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Items filtered by date: September 2016


21st Annual Boston Turkish Arts and Culture Festival has started on October 29th with the traditional flag raising ceremony at the city center, celebrating the  93rd anniversary of the foundation of the Republic of Turkey.

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San Antonio police say an uninvited guest dressed as fictional serial killer Freddy Krueger shot five people at a Halloween party.

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The ex-wife of a Georgia man charged with murder after their toddler son died in a hot SUV shed tears for her boy on the witness stand Monday while testifying that her former husband would not have left him to die on purpose.

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Apple announced a new TV app for Apple TV, and it’s basically going to be useless. The TV app is supposed to keep track of all the shows you watch across apps available on Apple TV, but there’s a huge catch. The TV app will not include Netflix or Amazon Video, two of the most popular subscription video streaming services.

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Tens of thousands patients in Turkey are waiting in line with great hopes to undergo an organ transplant, notably for kidney and there are many considering organ donation or have delayed becoming a donor because of possible questions

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A retired electrician who kept nearly 300 Pablo Picasso artworks in his garage for almost 40 years told an appeal court Monday that the artist's widow wanted to keep the works hidden from his son Claude.

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As Indians wake Monday to smoke-filled skies from a weekend of festival fireworks, New Delhi's worst season for air pollution begins - with dire consequences.

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At least 14 people have been killed and 39 others have been wounded across Chicago since Friday evening, as the city prepared to celebrate Halloween.

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The angle of an 11th century mosque minaret near the eastern Turkish city of Elazığ has drawn comparisons with Pisa's famous leaning tower.

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Italian authorities said Monday they were taking care of more than 15,000 people left homeless by the country's most powerful earthquake in nearly 40 years.

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Fans will help to decide on the choice of the best players and coaches of the year 2016, FIFA said Monday in announcing the procedure for a new version of the world player of the year award.

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Greece condemned the European Union on Monday for failing to fulfil its commitments to help ease pressure on Athens over migrants, a year after a burden-sharing agreement came into force.

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Soldiers accused of killing, raping, torturing Muslim villagers while trying to track down those who attacked border police

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Ongoing operation to ‘liberate’ Daesh-held city enters second phase, Iraqi state TV reports

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Turkish banking sector's net profits increased by 56 percent in first 9 months of 2016 year-on-year

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Biometric passports was requirement for visa-free travel for Turkish citizens in EU's Schengen zone

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6 opposition fighters also killed and 18 others wounded, according to the military

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Revenue falls by nearly a third from same period in 2015, says Turkish Statistical Institute

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Celebrations erupt in Beirut after Michel Aoun is named Lebanon’s 13th president, ending two-and-half-year presidency vacuum

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Justice min.'s recent visit to US speeded up the extradition or provisional arrest process of FETO leader, Kurtulmus says

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In an interview with the Habertürk daily, AK Party Deputy and Chairman of Parliament's Constitution Committee Mustafa Şentop spoke about his party's presidential system proposal and said that a Turkish president would have less power than a U.S. president in their proposition, the so-called "Turkish model presidency."

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The new system will be based on one nation, one country, one flag, one state, and will not divide the country, says PM

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Iranian filmmaker Majid Majidi's highly anticipated tale of the origin of the Islamic Prophet Muhammad tells the story of the birth of Islam though majestic imagery

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Former US army colonel and diplomat calls $38B in aid to Israel over the next 10 years 'outrageous'

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Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş said Monday that Turkey will support the FSA to cleanse Manbij from the YPG/PYD if the terrorists do not withdraw from the Syrian city.

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Terrorist group opening schools in Iraq’s Sinjar district with view to indoctrinating local youth, acting governor says

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35th Annual Conference on U.S.-Turkey Relations to Honor Melih Abdulhayoglu, CEO and Founder of Global Cybersecurity Innovator Comodo

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A newly-built Muslim cultural center in Sept-Îles, Canada was vandalized earlier this week, revealing a very troubling sharp increase in reported incidents that are related to Islamophobia in the country.

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Germany's federal prosecutor is checking whether he should take over the investigation into a fatal stabbing in Hamburg earlier this month, his office said Sunday.

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As construction of the border wall continues, so does the flow of undocumented migrants hoping for a better life.

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The country’s Pirate Party hopes to make major gains in Saturday’s elections, with polls suggesting it could take enough seats in parliament to lead the next government.

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Tensions rose this week between the two countries over who will take care of the young refugees after bulldozers demolished the Calais camp.

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U.S. network security experts say Chinese hackers recently launched a network attack targeting people attending a U.S.-Taiwan Defense Industry Conference.

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President Barack Obama is visiting two national parks with his family to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the creation of America's national park system.

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Miami Marlins pitcher Jose Fernandez had cocaine and alcohol in his system when his boat crashed into a Miami Beach jetty in the southeastern U.S., according to toxicology reports released Saturday.

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Activists are opposing an oil pipeline project which threatens local water supplies. Police have responded with a millitarised use of force.

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Researchers have found injecting two different hormones into men every two months suppressed their sperm production enough to function as a birth control.

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In order to establish a democratic platform for youth, women and marginalized communities in the Arab World, the Munathara Initiative will gather in Istanbul for the third time.

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Şevki Bey, who lived in the Ottoman era in the 19th century, when the empire's state organization and its culture were going through a modernization and Westernization process, was one of the most popular musicians in Turkish classical music

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Even a single visit to Turkey is enough to reach the conclusion that you cannot turn a corner in the country without bumping into a kebab restaurant.

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New York - New York's Metropolitan Opera stopped a matinee performance half-way through on Saturday, after an audience member "sprinkled" what police believe could have been someone's ashes into the orchestra pit.

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A slim point separates Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump in the latest ABC News/Washington Post tracking poll results, cementing Trump's resurgence in the past week and marking the potentially critical role of turnout in the election’s outcome.

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As a boy, Ben Hooper wanted to join the British explorers he idolised for surmounting the impossible, and now as he prepares to swim across the Atlantic, he hopes to equal their daring feats -- and survive.

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Three astronauts landed safely in Kazakhstan Sunday following a 115-day mission aboard the the International Space Station, including US astronaut Kate Rubins, the first person to sequence DNA in space.

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Opposition forces have launched an operation to break regime siege on Aleppo

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Belgium region drops opposition to CETA but roadblocks remain

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In total, 63 pilots have been detained since arrest warrants were issued on Thursday

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