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ISTANBUL - Another chapter started in Galatasaray’s Seyrantepe Stadium project saga yesterday, as the construction company is set to change.
KAŞ - People of Turkey’s coastal town of Kaş and the Greek island of Meis, two sister towns, come together once again to mark the friendship and brotherhood between them. The three-day Lycian-Kaş Culture and Art Festival raises hopes for peace and the high spirit of the event will live longer in the memories of the people.
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.
ISTANBUL - Thousands of Fenerbahçe fans cheered for Turkish international midfielder Mehmet Topuz on Monday to show that they no longer had hard feelings for the player.
ISTANBUL - Fenerbahçe has completed the signing of Turkish international Mehmet Topuz, ending a two-week long debate over the future of the star player.
MINSK - Firm relationship between Russia and its loyal ally Belarus experiences a sudden chill after Minsk’s overtures to the West and Kremlin’s effort to reclaim a dominant role in the former Soviet satellite. After a Russian ban on the Belarusian products and collapsed loan negotiations, the two old comrades find themselves in a wider conflict of interest.
ANKARA - NATO’s outgoing secretary-general hinted yesterday that Turkey could play an important role in the transatlantic alliance’s new strategy plan, reported the Anatolia news agency.
ISTANBUL - Turkish football star Tugay Kerimoğlu brings an emotional end to an illustrious career as he waves goodbye to his Blackburn Rovers fans. The midfielder earns himself a well-deserved name in both Turkish and English football history after eight years of play, a place that can be best seen in the teary eyes of Rovers fans.
ANKARA - Turkish President Abdullah Gul warned U.S. President Barack Obama on Afghanistan by citing the historic examples of three empires that collapsed in the Central Asian country, diplomatic sources said.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on May 25, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - One of the most important events on the Turkish university sports calendar, the Boğaziçi University Sports Fest 2009, starts this weekend, with the participation of 1,500 athletes from 35 colleges from all around the world
ISTANBUL - Fenerbahçe meets Beşiktaş at İzmir's Atatürk Stadium tonight for one of the most interesting finals in the Fortis Turkish Cup recently. While Fenerbahçe wants a win for consolation in an otherwise miserable season, Beşiktaş looks to force its bid for the trophy double
The first lady is spending a lot of time walking and training the 6-month-old Portuguese water dog who became a member of President Barack Obama's family. 'He loves to chew on people's feet,' Mrs. Obama divulged to more than 100 children invited to a program marking the annual Take Your Child to Work Day
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on April 17, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
The struggle to rein in torturers and bring conditions in Turkish interrogation rooms in line with international norms is a long and difficult one. And so we salute the Council of State for its order revealed yesterday to award a victim of torture 250,000 Turkish Liras and to collect that sum from the perpetrators.
ISTANBUL - Armenian President Serzh Sargsyan said he hopes the Armenian-Turkish border will be reopened before Oct. 7, when a return football match between the national teams of the two countries will take place, according to a report on Friday. (UPDATED)
The Obama administration on Tuesday mounted a full-scale push for government authority to shut down troubled institutions like insurer AIG to avoid the need for future bailouts.
ISTANBUL - Eurobank Tekfen becomes the latest lender in Turkey to post strong results for the past year. The bank, in which Eurobank EFGholds a 70 percent stake, reports 40.1 million Turkish Liras as net profit. Despite a heavy economic slowdown, the bank increased its staff from 609 to 744 in the period. Eurobank Tekfen also strengthened its capital base
TOKYO - Daiwa House Industry Co., Japan’s biggest homebuilder, and state-owned Development Bank of Japan plan to jointly bid for failed New City Residence Investment Corp., three people familiar with the matter said.
ISTANBUL - This weekend's highlight will be Fenerbahçe-Kayseri game. Not only because Fener wants to avenge a humiliating 4-1 loss in two teams' first game, but because it will be the premiere for Kayseri's brand-new Kadir Has Stadium.
Achieving $100 billion in exports in 2009 will be a great success for Turkey and the country has an attack strategy to reach this target, Turkish Trade Minister Kursad Tuzmen said on Tuesday.
ISTANBUL - Trabzonspor is happy to escape from İnönü Stadium with a draw against Beşiktaş. In a week when most of the Turkcell Super League's top teams are held to defeats or draws, one point away is almost as good as victory. Fenerbahçe is on a high as well crushing Hacettepe 7-0
ISTANBUL - While European football is trying to prevent racism, Turkey mostly tends to wash its hands of it and see the glass as half full. It may be true that there is little racism about skin color, but with recent abusive remarks toward Israeli player Pini Balili and former referee Oğuz Sarvan, Turkish football hardly has the cleanest record.
PANAJI - England players Kevin Pietersen and Andrew Flintoff fetched $1.55 million each at the Indian Premier League player auction Friday, setting a record for the highest amount paid for a player in the Twenty20 competition.
WASHINGTON - President Barack Obama slammed into Washington's unforgiving politics at the end of only his second week in office, as two of his key government nominees withdrew under a cloud of tax problems.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Jan. 28, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - Thanks to a project initiated by the Fire of Anatolia and Istanbul's Şişli Municipality, 15,000 students will be able to see a performance of 'Troy,' a story held in great acclaim in every corner of the world. The students will also be given history lessons before the performances.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Dec. 20, 2008. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - Fenerbahçe misses out on its last chance to continue its European campaign after a 1-0 loss to Dynamo Kiev. With its fourth defeat in the Champions League this season, Fener fails to find the consolation of a ticket to the UEFA Cup, the final of which will be played at its home ground next year.
LOS ANGELES - With 'Milk,' Van Sant boldly returns to mainstream filmmaking with a story that, on its surface, could have been shamelessly mawkish. Instead, he presents the last eight years in the life of politician Harvey Milk, with vivid detail
NEW YORK - Director Ron Howard’s 'Frost/Nixon' is based on Peter Morgan's Tony Award-winning play of the same name and stars the same actors who played the characters on stage in London and New York: Michael Sheen as Frost and Frank Langella as Nixon.
Along with the increasing violence in the country in general, Tte health policies and current situation in the health system provokes violence against doctors, who point out that authorities and their policies sometimes make doctors a target. In 2005, a doctor from Istanbul was shot dead in the parking lot of the hospital he worked.
FETHİYE - Despite the fact that Turkey lags behind the United Kingdom in assisting the special children, like Devrim who was born with Down Syndrome, Devrim’s mother has decided to move to Fethiye with her two sons. Devrim will continue his education in Fethiye.
The U.S. presidential campaign settled into a straight fight on the economy Monday as global financial turmoil focused both candidates on how to help Americans worried about their future.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on September 6, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Warren Buffett, the billionaire co-founder of a top private equity firm and a prominent voice for U.S. fiscal responsibility, called on the United States and its elected officials to combat the nation's fast-growing, multi-trillion dollar debt load.
Chrysler is in talks to lease U.S. production capacity and share retail distribution with Fiat SpA, allowing the Italian automaker to return the U.S. market for the first time in 25 years, people briefed on the talks said on Wednesday.
Merrill Lynch said on Monday it will take a $5.7 billion third-quarter write down as it unloads huge amounts of risky debt, and will raise $8.5 billion by selling new stock.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 22, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 9, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Colombian politician Ingrid Betancourt retreated Sunday from the media glare for a few days with her newly reunited family, before returning to Colombia to write a play about her six-year hostage ordeal.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on April 27, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.