Turkish Cargo Haberleri
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 9, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ANKARA - Pirates on Wednesday seized a Turkish cargo ship with 23 people on board off the coast of Somalia, the Turkish all-news television station NTV reported.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on May 26, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ANKARA-The immigrant traffic in the Mediterranean does not only hit neighboring Turkey and Greece but also other countries including European Union members Italy and Malta, said the spokesman for the U.N. refugee agency in Ankara yesterday.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on April 21, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - Italian port authorities on Monday have escorted ashore about 30 people in a larger group of migrants who had been stranded aboard a Turkish cargo ship in the Mediterranean for days, AP reported. (UPDATED)
ANKARA - The military says a Turkish warship has foiled a pirate attack on a Turkish commercial ship in the Gulf of Aden.
A Turkish frigate set sail Tuesday to join an international coalition against Somali pirates in the Gulf of Aden.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Feb. 17, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
RIYAD - A Saudi navy frigate helped prevent an attempt by pirates to hijack a Turkish cargo vessel near the Gulf of Aden yesterday, the Saudi Press Agency reported.
A Saudi navy frigate on Monday provided protection for a Turkish cargo ship after receiving a distress call from the ship early this morning as three small boats attempted to hijack it in the international waters near the Gulf of Aden, state news agency SPA reported. (UPDATED)
Turkey’s military said Friday it will dispatch a frigate to the Gulf of Aden to join the international fight against pirates off the shores of Somalia. (UPDATED)
Somali pirates have freed Turkish-owned cargo MV Bosporus Prodigy and its crew of 11 after holding it for seven weeks, the ship's owners said Tuesday. (UPDATED)
ANKARA - A Turkish cargo ship has not been allowed to leave a Venice harbor since Monday. The Panama-flagged "Sema Ana," operated by a Turkish maritime company, is being held at Porto Marghera after arriving from Morocco, Turkish Undersecretary of Maritime Hasan Naiboğlu yesterday said.
ISTANBUL - Pirates have hijacked another Turkish cargo ship in the Gulf of Aden, a global maritime watchdog said yesterday. The Turkish cargo ship "M/V Boğaziçi Harikası" was hijacked Tuesday in the Gulf of Aden by a gang of pirates who fired automatic weapons from two speed boats, said an AFP report yesterday. The ship belongs to the Isko Denizcilik company in Istanbul.
Eleven crew of a Turkish cargo ship captured by Somali pirates off the Gulf of Aden are safe and sound, the Turkish firm that owns the vessel said Wednesday. (UPDATED)
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Dec. 17, 2008. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISTANBUL - Bulgarian and Turkish cargo companies will pay a fixed fee of 43 euro each when passing through each other's countries, Bulgarian and Turkish transport ministers have agreed, the Bulgarian Transport Ministry's press service announced yesterday.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Nov. 24, 2008. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
A Turkish cargo ship with 20 crew members on board was taken captive by Somali pirates on Thursday. (UPDATED)
According to the Anatolian News Agency, a Turkish dry cargo vessel caught fire 100 km from the Black sea coastal town of Trabzon on Thursday. Fifty-three people on board had abandoned ship. The vessel was heading towards the Russian port of Sochi. The Turkish emergency coordination centre in Ankara sent two coastguard vessels and a helipcopter to the scene on Thursday evening. All crew members and passengers were safely taken to Trabzon, however, the fire was still not under control.
A Turkish cargo ship was detained by Georgian coastguards as it prepared to dock in the breakaway region of Abkhazia against a Georgian ban on docking there, officials said on Monday. Chief coastguard Koba Bochorishvili said that, the Tari Guner was detained outside the port of Sukhumi on Sunday, and was escorted with its eight passengers to the port of Poti which is under control of Georgia's central authorities in Tiblisi. Bochorishvili added that, "When the stop signal was issued the Vessel tried to change course and leave in the direction of the Russian port of Sochi."
- Türk Havacılık ve Uzay Sanayi (TUSAŞ), uçak ve helikopter ana gövdelerinin yapıldığı birim olan Yapısal Grup’un kapılarını ilk kez Hürriyet’e açtı. Yapısal Grup, şu anda başta ‘Uçan Kale’ diye adlandırılan askeri nakliye uçağı Airbus A400M olmak üzere birçok hava aracının parçalarının üretimini sürdürüyor. A400M Program Müdürü Aydın Şenol, sorularımızı yanıtladı.
Türkiye'nin Mavi Marmara saldırısıyla ilgili BM'ye sunduğu raporun tam metni:
ISTANBUL - Blood money is compensation murderers or their families pay to their victims’ families in order to prevent blood feuds between them. Although this tradition prevents many vendettas, it does not offer an escape from law suits in Turkey. On the Arabian Peninsula, it differs
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on June 17, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
ISLAMABAD - Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Pakistani Foreign Minister Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad on Tuesday. (UPDATED)
ISTANBUL - In hopes to ease concerns over the global swine flu outbreak, Global Port is taking extra measures at Turkey’s southern ports. Besides buying thermal cameras and protective equipment, the firm is also training staff at the ports.
ISTANBUL - The global economic crisis is on everybody’s mind whether it is affecting one’s own pocketbook or those of relatives and neighbors.
WASHINGTON - The details of the Ergenekon legal case are murky, according to the U.S. State Department in a report released Thursday. It is the first comment on the investigation from Washington.
İZMİR - Ships inspired by ancient vessels will set sail from the Turkish Aegean town of Foça on May 2 to travel the historical trade route to Marseille, in the south of France, over the course of two months.
ISTANBUL - Turkish airport ground handling company Celebi A.S. has won a tender to run a cargo terminal at India's Delhi Indra Ghandi International Airport, the company said in a statement on Tuesday.
A Turkish warship foiled a pirate attack on a Turkish commercial ship in the Gulf of Aden, the army said on Friday.
Danish and Turkish warships have foiled an attempted attack by pirates on a Vietnamese cargo vessel in the Gulf of Aden, the allied naval force said in a statement late on Monday.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on March 16, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
May 1, 2008 an Onur Air flight taking off from Antalya made an emergency landing back where it started after passengers reported a loud noise shortly after take-off and the aircraft began to fall. The pilot dumped most of the fuel over water and landed back at Antalya. No one was hurt in the incident. The aircraft had 166 passengers on board, most of whom were Dutch tourists returning to the Netherlands.
A Turkish Airlines (THY) plane crashed during landing at Amsterdam’s main Schiphol Airport on Wednesday, killing at least nine people and injuring 84 others, Dutch officials said. The plane's black boxes have been recovered. (UPDATED)
NAIROBI - Somali pirates have freed the Turkish-owned cargo ship MV Bosphorus Prodigy and its crew of 11 after holding it hostage for seven weeks, a nongovernmental organization said yesterday.
ISTANBUL - Turkish Airlines, or THY, said Friday its passenger numbers rose 15 percent to 22.5 million in 2008 from 19.6 million a year earlier, as it continues to expand to new destinations.
Turkish carmaker Tofas, a joint venture between Italian Fiat and Turkey's Koc Holding, would temporarily stop car production due to shrinkage in auto market, company officials said on Friday.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Dec. 6, 2008. Hurriyet Daily News Online does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. (UPDATED)
ISTANBUL - Trying to get from a point A to point B in a gridlocked traffic is a constant struggle for the motorcycle couriers of Istanbul. However, that is not the only battle they must face each and every day, as firms struggle against unregistered activity.
Turkey's Energy Minister Hilmi Guler said he would meet his Israeli and Indian counterparts in the coming days over the Med Stream oil pipeline project. (UPDATED)
ISTANBUL - A female textile worker has been protesting in front of her workplace for the past 139 days. She claims she was fired for pursuing and encouraging labor union activity at her workplace.