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Bu şehirde hafta sonu, cuma günü öğle saatlerinde şık giyimli bir öğle yemeği güruhunun Fransız Mahallesi’ndeki Galatoire’s adlı restorandan ellerinde kokteyl kadehleriyle çıktığı anda başlar.
ST. POELTEN - Josef Fritzl was convicted of homicide, enslavement, incest, rape and other charges yesterday and sentenced to life in a psychiatric prison for holding his daughter captive for 24 years and fathering her seven children.
Amerikalı aktör Brad Pitt’in, Katrina Kasırgası mağdurlarına yardım için New Orleans’ta yaptırdığı konutların ilk altısı, hak sahiplerine teslim edildi.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on March 29th, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
52. Eurovision Şarkı Yarışması'nda Kenan Doğulu ’nun seslendirileceği "Shake it up Shekerim" şarkısı basın toplantısı ile tanıtıldı.
Atlantic Records owner Ahmet Ertegun had words of praise for Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan following a successful iftar dinner hosted by Ertegun for Erdogan, who had newly arrived in New York for a quick official visit to the US. Speaking about how Ramazan affected his plans for hosting the PM, Ertegun explained:
Müzik endüstrisinin en önemli ödüllerinden kabul edilen, MTVVideo Müzik Ödülleri’nin bu seneki adaylarını açıkladı. Ariana Grande ve Taylor Swift, ‘Yılın Müzik Klibi’, ‘Yılın Şarkısı’ ve ‘En İyi Pop’ kategorileri dahil, 10 dalda aday oldular.
Türkiye'nin Mavi Marmara saldırısıyla ilgili BM'ye sunduğu raporun tam metni:
Beyaz Saray sözcüsü PJ Crowley'nin Wikileaks krizinin ardından, 2 Aralık 2010 tarihinde düzenlediği basın toplantısının tam metni...
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 11, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - With her trailblazing company run by women for women, Bedriye Hülya was named one of the most successful entrepreneurs by the New York-based group Endeavor in May. Going from 0 to 60 franchises across Turkey in three years, B-fit fitness chain’s 20,000 members have lost 10 tons.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 10, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - A cinema platform that brings together Turkish and Armenian filmmakers to develop intercultural dialogue and cooperation will once again unite the artists next week at the International Golden Apricot Film Festival in the Armenian capital of Yerevan.
ANKARA - The president approves a new law to bring certain military crimes under the jurisdiction of civilian courts and the AKP signals that steps will be taken to ease the military’s concerns. Opposition parties, however, vow to fight the legislation. ’The president’s approval was wrong... It is technically flawed and unconstitutional,’ says a CHP deputy.
ISTANBUL - Turkish officials on Wednesday called on China to show restraint in dealing with Xinjiang unrest, while the Foreign Ministry summoned the Chinese charges d'affairs in Ankara for consultations.
ISTANBUL - The European consortium involved in the Ilısu dam project in southeastern Turkey denies for the last time funding for environmental and cultural reasons. Environmentalists rejoice but the government says it is determined to complete the dam.
LONDON - New coach Carlo Ancelotti wants to deliver success early in his reign at Chelsea to ensure he is not left facing questions over his future by the end of the first season.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 6, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
TORONTO / PORTLAND - Turkish star Hidayet Türkoğlu is reported to have agreed to sign a five-year deal with Toronto Raptors. While the $53 million he we will get will make him the top-earning Turkish athlete, the main reason behind the move is told to be Türkoğlu’s wife.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 5, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. (UPDATED)
BAGHDAD - Iraqi forces were in control of towns and cities nationwide on Wednesday after the pullout of US troops six years after the invasion, but a bloody car bombing underscored the tough challenge ahead.
ISTANBUL - Lawyers in many main court districts in Istanbul are halting their free bar-appointed defense attorney services in response to an order from the Finance Ministry to pay taxes on the money they receive for case-related expenditures such as transportation and photocopies. Lawyers say the order prevents them from defending the rights of the poor
Palsgraf v. Long Island Railroad is unquestionably the most famous case in American tort (which includes personal injury) law, at least as far as lawyers and law students are concerned. It deals with the related issues of proximate cause, the extent to which a person is liable for their negligence, and foreseeability, the significance of whether a person can foresee the consequences of their actions.
ISTANBUL - As part of a series of events organized in support of the band’s latest dual album, Turkish rock band Duman (Smoke) performs a concert Saturday night at Turkcell Kuruçeşme Arena. Following a couple of songs from the new albums, lead singer Kaan Tangöze’s voice begins to crack and takes the form of his much loved arabesque tone.
TEGUCIGALPA - The Honduran army ousted and exiled leftist President Manuel Zelaya on Sunday in Central America's first military coup since the Cold War. Angry Zelaya supporters took to the streets and set up barricades.
ISTANBUL - Contrary to some media reports that the ongoing case on the alleged Ergenekon gang divided Parliament’s only socialist party, the newly elected head of the party has rejected claims that the case is the cause for disagreement within the party.
JOHANNESBURG - Brazil, which needed a late free kick Thursday to beat host South Africa in the Confederations Cup semifinals, will need to find a solution to its lack of creativity if it wants to beat the United States at Ellis Park on Sunday. The South Americans aim to become the first nation to win three Confed Cup titles, one more than France.
ISTANBUL - Turkish cuisine is one of the richest cuisines in the world. It owes this to the large geography of the Ottoman Empire and the different ethnic identities within it. Also, we live in a very lucky climate with four seasons and many delicious ingredients. Given all of this, there is so much to do and to improve.
LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson died Thursday after suffering a cardiac arrest, sending shockwaves sweeping across the world and tributes pouring in for the tortured music icon revered as the "King of Pop."
WASHINGTON - German Chancellor Angela Merkel and US President Barack Obama ready to discuss a hefty agenda in various controversial issues including global financial meltdown and Germany’s contributions in US-led war in war-torn Afghanistan. The talks are also expected to cover Iran, North Korea and preparations for next month's G8 summit in Italy.
ISTANBUL – Turkey's main opposition party and the ruling Justice and Development Party, or AKP, held a meeting over a constitutional amendment that will pave the way to bring the leaders of the military coup in 1980 before the courts. (UPDATED)
ANKARA - The reference made to Turkey in a EUdocument is not reflective of our partnership understanding, says a Foreign Ministry spokesman. 'We want to share the illegal immigration burden on our country with our European partners. This would be the right approach,' he argues.
BLOEMFONTEIN - Labeled as the world’s best football team, according to FIFA rankings, Spain takes on United States in the Confederations Cup semifinal game tonight, hoping to set the record of longest unbeaten streak in international football. This achievement is mainly owed to coach Vicente Del Bosque’s skill to get the best out of a star-studded squad.
TEHRAN - Iranian police attack hundreds of protesters with tear gas and fire live bullets in the air to disperse a rally in Tehran. Fresh violence comes after the country’s most powerful security force threatens to crush any further protests over the disputed vote, warning a ’revolutionary’ response
ADANA-Despite the president’s goodwill in seeking a solution to the Kurdish problem, the rest of the political establishment is dragging its feet on the matter, said the co-chairman of the Democratic Society Party, or DTP.
ISTANBUL - International mediators hope to reach a deal between Azerbaijan and Armenia on the principles of a peace deal on the disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region at talks tentatively planned for mid-July in Russia, the U.S. negotiator told Reuters in an interview published Monday.