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Bir kulüpte çılgın gibi dans ediyorsunuz. Birden bir genç yanaşıyor "Fotoğrafınızı çekebilir miyim?" diyor. Flaşlar patlıyor. Fotoğrafçı elinize bir kart tutuşturup uzaklaşıyor. Ertesi sabah karttaki internet adresine bakıyorsunuz: www.tilllate.com. Siteye girdiğinizde kendi fotoğrafınızla karşılaşıyorsunuz. Üç İsviçreli gencin kurduğu Tilllate.com, Türkiye’nin de aralarında olduğu 10 ülkede faaliyette. Tilllate.com’un klasik paparazzilerden tek farkı fotoğrafınızı çekmek ve yayınlamak için izin almaları.
Türkiye'nin Mavi Marmara saldırısıyla ilgili BM'ye sunduğu raporun tam metni:
WASHINGTON - A nutritious but calorie-restricted diet can increase life expectancy and reduce the risk of age-related diseases, according to recent research. The study, conducted over 20 years on dozens of rhesus macaque monkeys, provides new insight into the way the phenomenon works
Today, let me beg a little nostalgia for the tools that once defined our trade: manual typewriters, pneumatic tubes to send "copy" to linotype operators, and a device called a "scanograph" that would etch photographs onto press-ready plates.
ISTANBUL - Only one month is left before the 51st season of the Turkcell Super League, with the first week expected to be played under boiling heat. The calendar is set to give countries some time to prepare for the World Cup next summer, a federation official says.
İZMİR - Economic conditions and examples of foreigners renting out villas in Turkey are having a strong positive affect on Turkish villa owners, experts say. The villas once bought for investment purposes in Turkey are now ready for rent. Turkish villa owners are very quick to follow the trend with more and more Turkish people investing in rental villas.
ANTALYA - An animal rights activist has filed a complaint against an Italian circus that stopped in Antalya for a series of performances.
ISTANBUL - The tough and chewy Kahramanmaraş style ice cream is probably the most popular frozen dessert in Turkey. Yet in Istanbul, Italian style gelato ice cream parlors are making a big splash this summer. Here is a list of a few to enjoy.
ISTANBUL - Aslı Erdoğan is an author in the field of contemporary literature and whose book 'Kırmızı Pelerinli Kent' was released in Europe as part of the prestigious 'Marg Series' by Norwegian Gylendal Publishing House. She was sexually harrased at 10 years old and this was a turning point in her life. Her tales are based on her painful experiences and collected in her new book.
ALANYA - The Taurus Mountains are home to the oldest Turkish lifestyle. Yürüks have never given up their nomadic culture and have carried it through the centuries. Today, however, the Yürük lifestyle is eroding away and appears destined to die, only to remain in books and museums.
ISTANBUL - The ArkeoPera Art Gallery is hosting a ceramics exhibition by Belgin Şahin titled "Are We Trojan Women?" from now until June 13.
ALANYA - The Municipal Council of Alanya recently instituted a citywide summer siesta from 1-3 p.m. until Sept. 30. The suggestion came from Mayor Hasan Sipahioğlu, who said it is a necessity around noon, when the heat is the worst.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on May 30, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
SIVAS - Sivas, a small city in Central Anatolia, is polishing its image with the success of the local football club in this year’s Turkish Super League. Whether or not Sivasspor hoists the cup this weekend, many say Sivas can still claim victory for shedding its nationalistic reputation and giving people a reason to talk about the city other than the 1993 Madımak massacre
FETHİYE - A trip across the heartland of Anatolia is a pleasurable experience for one’s tastebuds. From mouthwatering kebabs with a style unique to their own region to desserts that will have one almost fainting with pleasure and seriously test one’s will power to resist that extra bite, the journey proves a not-to-be-missed experience as the modes of transport too are plentiful and economical.
ISTANBUL - The Amnesty International 2009 report proclaims a human rights crisis is striking the world but says when put together with the financial crisis these problems require global solutions based on international cooperation, human rights and the rule of law. In the report Turkey is criticized for breaching human rights with its political instability.
ISTANBUL - Turkey’s top businesspeople gathered at Istanbul’s Sabancı Center to discuss the country’s urgent need for a new economic growth plan at a meeting held Tuesday.
A museum of Istanbul’s Princes' Islands will be established on Büyükada (Big Island). The Adalar (Islands) Museum will highlight the islands' political and cultural past. There will be a special section in the museum for different ethnic cultures that lived on the islands
PESHAWAR - More than 100,000 people fled Pakistan’s battle-torn northwest Sunday after the government eased a curfew to allow trapped families to escape a military onslaught against the Taliban.
Monday, May 3, is "World Press Freedom Day," an occasion that deserves notice. I am writing on the morning of May 1, an occasion that a few blocks from my house will soon transform into a test of wills over freedom of expression. So let me deal with both dates.
GALLIPOLI-Many of the approximately 8,000 foreign visitors from all over the world began arriving at the commemoration site near ANZAC Cove on Friday night, some as early as 9 p.m., to take part in the traditional dawn service, which started at 5:30 a.m. Saturday, drawing fewer people than before
ISTANBUL - Turkey is an ideal family holiday location. It offers a reliable climate, beach resorts, good quality accommodation, water sports and land-based activities, all at a lower cost compared to Western Europe. Figures report a 12 percent rise in overseas visitors.
CANNES, France - Crisis or no crisis, the usual cast of A-list stars, hot directors and Hollywood studios are jetting in for the Cannes Film Festival on May 13-24, the world's biggest media event after the Olympic Games. Seventy percent have frozen their room rates compared to last year.
MARMARIS - Residents and authorities in Turgut Village in Marmaris have been discussing the future of the waterfall that is biggest source of income. But, it is not the waterfall that is up for discussion, it is the road leading up to the tourist attraction that has everyone in a tizzy.
Fethiye - With their bright tablecloths and charismatic waiters, the restaurants encircling Fethiye’s daily market vie for customers. The pervasive and addictive smell of garlic, spices and olive oil floats above the inevitable fishy odors of the seafood stalls, luring tourists and locals alike to this intrinsically Turkish spot.
BODRUM - Cumhuriyet Caddesi, also informally known as ’Barlar Sokağı’ (steet of bars) where many pubs and bars are located, is still calm despite the fact that bars are starting to open. Bar owners hope business will improve by June. The head of the Turkish Association of Travel Agents confirms that foreign visitors have started trickling in
WASHINGTON -As US employers lay off hundreds of thousands of people each month, those laid off months ago are facing the exhaustion of their unemployment benefits, just when it has never been harder to find a job. Economist Wayne Vroman says that 700,000 Americans could exhaust even their extended benefits in the second half
ISTANBUL-While US President Barack Obama is getting ready to set foot in Istanbul today, local residents are also preparing for two days of traffic nightmares. Presidential visits in the past like Iranian Mahmoud Ahmadinejad last summer, as well as Thursday’s rehearsals to meet Obama, have blocked off roads in the city for hours.
ISTANBUL - Azerbaijani Aliekper Aliyev, the author of a controversial gay-themed love story between two schoolboys, one Armenian and the other Azerbaijani, asks why romanticizing homosexuality is better than romanticizing war.
ISTANBUL - In 2008, Kimberly Clark posted an annual growth of more than 50 percent in Turkey. For the first three months of this year, there has been continuous growth with the Huggies and Kotex brands, the firm’s managing director says
GAZİANTEP - Turkish denim producers said they see a window of opportunity in global markets as inventory costs rise for Europe’s big denim companies.
KHARTOUM - Sudan said yesterday that foreign warplanes carried out a deadly strike on an arms convoy headed for Gaza in January as Israel refused to comment on reports that it was responsible.
PARIS - Hot German-Turkish director Fatih Akın and his new comedy ’Soul Kitchen’ is in the running for a Palme d’Or nomination at the Cannes Film Festival, which will take place May 13 to 24 this year. For the first time in the festival's history, a 3D animation by US studio Pixar, 'Up,' will open the festival
LOS ANGELES - Well-known British actress Natasha Richardson, who was hospitalized in New York for suffering a severe brain injury after she fell on a beginners slope during a private ski lesson at the Mont Tremblant resort in Canada, died on Wednesday at age 45. Her death has reignited the debate among medical groups over helmets on ski slopes.
VERBIER, SWITZERLAND - Situated in a wide sunny area above the Rhine Valley, with breathtaking views of the mountains, there is a true alpine charm. As the season comes to an end, pine trees extend around the resort, which, after fresh snowfall, give an entrancing winter wonderland touch to this attractive resort.