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ISTANBUL - Signing a five-year, $53-million deal is only the beginning for Hidayet 'Hedo' Türkoğlu, as the Turkish star believes he can help the Toronto Raptors advance to the next level in the NBA. The Canadian team welcomes the signing of the all-around forward with remarkable fanfare. Toronto acquires Hedo in a deal that involves four teams so that it can open up salary cap space to sign a couple of more quality players
TORONTO - Andrea Bargnani welcomed the possibility of teaming up with Hidayet "Hedo" Türkoğlu at the NBA team Toronto Raptors.
NEW YORK - The Dallas Mavericks completed a surprise series victory over the higher-ranked San Antonio Spurs on Tuesday, while the Rockets' bid for a second-round berth was grounded when Houston lost to the Portland Trail Blazers.
ISTANBUL - The top two spots of the Turkcell Super League remains unchanged as Sivasspor and Beşiktaş win again. Fenerbahçe wins and continues its trail, while free-falling Trabzonspor was held to a draw again to complete a month without a win and slipped to the fourth spot.
U.S. President Barack Obama promised to work toward a "durable peace" in the Middle East during a phone call to Palestinian president Mahmud Abbas on Wednesday, Palestinian officials said. (UPDATED)
ISTANBUL - One of the most attractive tourism spots of the country, Cappadocia now becomes the target for many foreign companies looking to engage in team-bonding activities. The region is a great platform for treasure hunting.
The founder of the banned Islamist group India blames for the Mumbai attacks on Thursday condemned a move by the U.N. Security Council to list his charity as a terrorist organization.
WASHINGTON - As part of a striking rupture with the foreign policy priorities of Bush, US President-elect vows to draw down troops from Iraq, stamp out al-Qaeda and fulfill his promise on closing Guantanamo. ’Those are part and parcel of an effort to regain America's moral stature in the world,’ Obama says
LOS ANGELES - Tony Parker exploded for an NBA season-high 55 points to fire the San Antonio Spurs to a 129-125 double overtime victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday, their first win of the campaign.
White House hopefuls Barack Obama and John McCain accused each other of playing politics with the financial crisis on Saturday, stepping up their attacks one day after their first presidential debate ended in a virtual tie.
Republican presidential nominee John McCain said on Thursday a top Bush administration official should be fired for failing to regulate Wall Street and allowing markets to be used as a casino.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on June 28, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
Invoking Democratic nightmares of the 2000 Florida presidential recount, Hillary Clinton demanded the revival of two voided primaries as she sought to halt Barack Obama's march toward the party's nomination.
US Senator Edward Kennedy, a Democratic Party icon and scion of a powerful political dynasty, was in hospital Sunday undergoing a series of tests after suffering a seizure.
Desperate survivors of Cyclone Nargis poured out of Myanmar's Irrawaddy delta on Sunday in search of food, water and medicine but aid workers said thousands of them would die if emergency supplies do not get through soon.
Something catches my interest in the recent news stories published on the world media. They define the closure case against AKP as "the reaction of secularists".
A top former US military official has been sent by the Pentagon to Turkey to investigate charges that US owned weapons have been making their way into PKK hands in northern Iraq.
During testimony yesterday in Baghdad in the trial against former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, a chief prosecutor ordered that microphones to the press be cut when Turkey's name was mentioned in relation to new documents presented by the prosecution.
The FBI in the US is hot on the trail of 5 Turks who disappeared from Las Vegas with 2 million dollars following what authorities there say was organized cheating on the group's part. The group, composed of 4 men and 1 woman, looked like ordinary gamblers, but are accused of having used tricks like card marking and changing once they were in the gambling salons of Las Vegas.