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Items filtered by date: May 2016


President of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) Prof. Dr. Mehmet Görmez issued a statement on the barbaric terrorist attack at the Atatürk Airport.

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Canned foods may expose consumers to BPA, a new study found.

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Nobel laureate Malala Yousafzai and her family have become millionaires in less than four years owing to international appearances and sales of a book she co-authored about her life.

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Google says it expects to have Google Calendar up and running normally following widespread reports of an outage.

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BOTAŞ, a state-owned energy company, has ranked first on the Fortune 500 Turkey list, which determines Turkey's top 500 largest firms, with a net sales income of TL 37.1 billion ($12.9 billion).

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Like many high-profile figures, the renowned pop icon Cher took to social media to offer their prayers for the victims of a terrorist attack at Istanbul's Atatürk International Airport.

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The organisers of the Oscars said on Wednesday that they have invited almost 700 new members to the movie award's voting board, with the focus being placed on female and minority talent. The move comes after the academy received a strong backlash over a lack of diversity on its voting board.

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Moment of silence to be observed at Euro 2016’s first quarter-final game between Poland and Portugal Thursday evening

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Former US marine also indicted on charges of rape, dumping woman’s body on island hosting most of US military in Japan

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Charges against 6 officers come after son of former president pleads guilty in related case

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Annual US Trafficking in Persons Report upgrades Thailand from lowest tier, but warns problem ‘remains large’

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Strategy to retake northern city from Daesh is changed after original plan is leaked by MPs

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In 2016 alone, 1,654 people were held, of which 791 were foreigners, Turkish interior minister tells parliament

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Motorcycle racer Kenan Sofuoglu breaks land speed record at 400 km on 2,682-meter-long bridge named after Ottoman leader

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New York’s famed Empire State Building will go dark on Wednesday in tribute to the 41 people killed and 239 wounded in a suicide attack at Istanbul’s main international airport.

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U.S. Vice President and his wife, Dr. Jill Biden, sign a condolence book at the Turkish Embassy in Washington after an attack at an Istanbul airport that left 44 killed.

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Members of a Turkish American community in Dayton, Ohio, have raised concern over the rise of Daesh attacks on Turkey, saying the terrorist group has nothing to do with Islam.

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Russia is ready to 'gradually' lift economic sanctions against Turkey, says Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev

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An adoring father of his four "princesses." A young man working to support his sisters' education. Two women looking forward to a few days' vacation with their husbands and their infant children. Victims of Tuesday's terror assault at Istanbul's main airport have left behind mourning friends and relatives struggling to deal with their loss.

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Chapter 33 covers Turkey's economic and financial provisions

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25-year-old Turkish man succumbs to wounds at Istanbul hospital

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The New York Yankees and Texas Rangers held a moment of silence for the victims of the terrorist attack at Istanbul's Atatürk International Airport with a moment of silence before their game at Yankee Stadium.

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UN 'stands firmly with people and government of Turkey in fighting against terrorism and extremism,' UN chief says

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Attackers identified as Russian from Dagestan along with Kyrgyzystan, Uzbekistan nationals

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A man has picked his iPhone as his soulmate and married his smartphone at a Las Vegas chapel, bringing the concept of marriage to a new level.

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Russian President Vladimir Putin signs decree lifting charter flights ban to Turkey

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Senior Air Force intelligence commander rates coalition air performance 5 on 10-point scale

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EU should not distinguish between terrorist-declared groups such as Daesh and the PKK, Turkish Foreign Minister says

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At least 41 people killed in terror attack at Ataturk International Airport Tuesday.

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In the aftermath of the deadly Istanbul Atatürk Airport terror attacks, striking similarities were observed in the ways the attacks were carried out in Brussels and Istanbul, both two major European cities.

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Police temporarily evacuated a terminal at New York City's John F. Kennedy International Airport on Wednesday as they investigated a report of a suspicious package, authorities said.

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One of the victims of Tuesday's Istanbul Atatürk Airport terror attack has passed away on Wednesday after declaring 'I am safe' on Facebook's featured notification.

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Toyota said on Wednesday that it is recalling 3.37 million vehicles due to a pair of defects, in the latest hit for the Japanese auto industry already hit by fuel-efficiency scandals and an exploding airbag crisis.

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World leaders were not the only ones to condemn and offer condolences for the deadly terrorist attacks on Istanbul's Atatürk Airport, which killed 41 people.

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CIA Director John Brennan Wednesday said that signs show that triple terror attacks at Istanbul Atatürk Airport was likely to be carried out by Daesh and warned that the group might be planning to conduct similar large-scale attacks in the United States.

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Joint letter by 31 scientific organizations offer to work alongside lawmakers on issue

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Parliament that usually gathers in April convened in follow-up to rare Workers' Party of Korea congress held in May

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The project sets out to provide for some 30M people in the region who go hungry, says African Union official

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Tell Mama annual report shows 200 percent increase in anti-Muslim crimes or incidents in 2015 compared to previous year

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The PYD, the Syrian arm of the PKK terrorist group, captured Tal Abyad from Daesh last year

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President Erdogan and Prime Minister Yildirim expected to attend opening ceremony

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Right after phone conversation between Putin and Erdogan, the two countries will resume dialogue to find a solution to Syrian crisis, says Russian FM

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Angela Merkel says EU project remains on course despite Britain's exit from the bloc

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Flights continue at one of Europe's busiest airports hours after it was struck by terrorists

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Over 3,800 turn themselves in to police in southern Mindanao alone ahead of President-elect Rodrigo Duterte’s inauguration

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More than double that figure will live in poverty, says UNICEF report

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Report accuses CIA, military of not being prepared for 2012 attack.

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Campaign says candidate never intend all Muslims to be barred

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