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Pirates Who ya gonna call Russia

Pirates? Who ya gonna call? Russia!

ANKARA - Russia has urged Turkey to take joint steps against the surge of piracy off the coast of Somalia that threatens international trade, it has been revealed.

20.11.2008Gündem
Crew unharmed on Turkish ship hijacked off Somalia coast- captain

Crew unharmed on Turkish ship hijacked off Somalia coast- captain

Twenty crew members have been unharmed on a Turkish ship hijacked off Somalia coast, the lawyer of the company that owns the ship quoted Saturday the captain as saying. (UPDATED)

1.11.2008Gündem
GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON SEPT 29

GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON SEPT 29

These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on Sept. 29, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy. (UPDATED)

29.09.2008Gündem
Georgian ship sinks in Turkey, crew rescued

Georgian ship sinks in Turkey, crew rescued

A Georgian-flagged cargo ship sank off the northwestern province of Kocaeli on Saturday.

28.09.2008Gündem
Ukrainian boat sinks in Black Sea, 10 crew missing

Ukrainian boat sinks in Black Sea, 10 crew missing

A Ukrainian ship sank early Saturday off Bulgaria's Black Sea coast in bad weather, and 10 crew members are still missing, the Bulgarian transport ministry said. (UPDATED)

27.09.2008Gündem
Azerbaijans Socar declares force majeure on 3 export cargoes

Azerbaijan's Socar declares force majeure on 3 export cargoes

Azeri state oil firm Socar has declared force majeure on three crude export cargoes it had sold to traders Sumato and Glencore after BP cut oil output at a major Azeri deposit, a Socar source said on Wednesday.

24.09.2008Gündem
Panama-flagged cargo ship sinks in Turkey

Panama-flagged cargo ship sinks in Turkey

A Panama-flagged cargo ship sank during loading at TCDD Derince Port in the northwestern Turkish province of Kocaeli on Saturday.

14.09.2008Gündem
Turkeys TAV wins Macedonia airports tender -report

Turkey's TAV wins Macedonia airports tender -report

Turkish TAV Airports Holding has won a tender for the operation of two airports and construction of a new cargo terminal in Macedonia, Turkey's Milliyet newspaper reported on Wednesday.

3.09.2008Gündem
Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline back to normal operations, BP says

Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan oil pipeline back to normal operations, BP says

A major fire-damaged oil pipeline carrying crude from Azerbaijan to Turkey has returned to normal operations, BP's spokesperson in Baku said on Monday. The first cargo would be lifted on Tuesday. (UPDATED)

25.08.2008Gündem
Second U.S. aid ship bound for Georgia passes Turkish straits

Second U.S. aid ship bound for Georgia passes Turkish straits

Second of three U.S. Navy warship carrying relief supplies to Georgia passed through Turkey's Canakkale Strait, also known as the Dardanelles, on Sunday. Another U.S. warship arrived in a Georgia's main Black Sea port of Batumi as Russia ignored Western demands to pull its remaining troops from the Caucasus country's heartland. (UPDATED)

24.08.2008Gündem
First BTC oil to be loaded at Ceyhan on Aug 25-26

First BTC oil to be loaded at Ceyhan on Aug 25-26

The first cargo of Azeri Light crude oil will be loaded at the Turkish port of Ceyhan on Aug. 25-26 following the restart of Baku-Tbilisi-Ceyhan (BTC) pipeline, trading sources told Reuters on Thursday.

21.08.2008Gündem
United States to abide by Montreux Convention

United States to abide by Montreux Convention

The United States reiterated its hope to ship humanitarian aid to Georgia through Turkey’s Bosporus Straits, but added it would abide by the Montreux Convention.

20.08.2008Gündem
GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON JULY 25

GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON JULY 25

These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 25, 2008. Hurriyet English does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

25.07.2008Gündem
Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan launch project to revive Silk Road on rails

Turkey, Georgia, Azerbaijan launch project to revive "Silk Road" on rails

Leaders of Turkey, Georgia and Azerbaijan launched Thursday a railway project between the three countries, with laying the foundation of the railway's 76-kilometres part. Turkish president called the project is open to "all other regional countries", implying Armenia. (UPDATED)

24.07.2008Gündem
A400M military transport aircraft introduced

A400M military transport aircraft introduced

Europe's biggest and most modern military transport aircraft, a powerful turboprop plane built to supply seven NATO countries with urgently needed strategic transport capacity, the A400M, in which Turkey also participated in the project process, was introduced in Seville, Spain, on Thursday.

26.06.2008Gündem
US to provide Turkey intelligence on terrorism

US to provide Turkey intelligence on terrorism

A U.S. report on terrorism said U.S. President George W. Bush has committed to provide Turkey "real-time, actionable intelligence" to counter terrorist organization PKK in the north of Iraq. PKK directs its forces to target mainly Turkish security forces, the report said.

1.05.2008Gündem
45 people injured in a train crash in Turkey

45 people injured in a train crash in Turkey

Forty-five people were injured when a passenger train and a freight train collided early Saturday near the town of Sarkisla in central Turkey.

23.02.2008Gündem
45 people injured in a train crash in Turkey

45 people injured in a train crash in Turkey

Forty-five people were injured when a passenger train and a freight train collided early Saturday near the town of Sarkisla in central Turkey.

23.02.2008Gündem
30 killed as plane from Turkey crashes in Iraq

30 killed as plane from Turkey crashes in Iraq

"The plane which was carrying Turkish workers crashed probably due to bad weather conditions," Ali Ariduru, Deputy DG of Civil Aviation of Turkish Transportation Ministry, told reporters on Tuesday.

9.01.2007Gündem
Near-disaster for Onur Air flight revealed in photographs

Near-disaster for Onur Air flight revealed in photographs

A flight which could have turned disastrous for a Turkish Onur Air jet that took off from Istanbul's Ataturk International Airport on December 31 has been revealed in photographs taken by a German photographer on vacation at the time in Istanbul.

9.01.2007Gündem
Ankaras last minute move on ports snaps EU to attention

Ankara's last minute move on ports snaps EU to attention

Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul reportedly called Finnish Foreign Minister Erkki Tuomioja two nights ago, and mentioned possible steps which Ankara was considering taking on the Cyprus matter. Finland then, acting as term president of the EU, spoke of these suggestions in Brussels the COREPER meeting, a gathering of EU state permanent members.

8.12.2006Gündem
Government bill decoded

Government bill decoded

Hürriyet has obtained detailed information about Turkey’s logistical role should parliament vote yes to joining the peacekeeping mission in Lebanon.

3.09.2006Gündem
Turkey press scan

Turkey press scan

These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on December 3rd, 2005. The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

3.12.2005Gündem
12 immigrants dead in boat accident

12 immigrants dead in boat accident

At least 12 people are known to have died when a boat carrying would-be immigrants sank off Turkey’s west coast while trying to reach neighboring Greece, authorities said yesterday. Two more bodies have been found since the sinking on Wednesday, and authorities warned the death toll may yet rise.

5.11.2005Gündem
Cargo ship sinks in Turkish waters

Cargo ship sinks in Turkish waters

A cargo ship belonging to the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (DPRK), sank off northern Turkey on Friday, the semi-official Anatolia news agency reported. The cargo ship named "Melissa" was en route from Russia to Turkish metropolis of Istanbul, said the report, adding the ship was found half-sunken in the middle of the sea off Sinop province. Eight crew members were rescued and brought to Sinop.

24.09.2005Gündem
Remote controlled bomb explodes underneath cargo train headed for Erzurum; no one hurt

Remote controlled bomb explodes underneath cargo train headed for Erzurum; no one hurt

No one was killed but 1 wagon was toppled over and 6 wagons derailed in yesterday's remote controlled bombing of a Turkish train headed from Erzincan to Erzurum. The train, carrying metal and grain, had 6 personnel on it, none of whom were hurt in the incident. Authorities suspect that the bomb, found on the rails of the track, was in fact intended for the "Eastern Express," a more crowded passenger train that goes from Istanbul's Haydarpasha Station to Kars. As a result of a 50 minute delay in the Eastern Express, the cargo train which was hit was on the rails when normally the Eastern Express would have been passing through.

8.07.2005Gündem
Handcuffs at Incirlik: Tension between US and Turkish forces at the base a reality

Handcuffs at Incirlik: Tension between US and Turkish forces at the base a reality

The secrecy surrounding 10 minutes of high tension between US and Turkish soldiers on the Incirlik Base in Adana has been lifted by Hurriyet sources. A US authority speaking to Hurriyet sources has said that an emergency landing made by a US C-17 airplane caused enough disagreement between US and Turkish soldiers present that a US soldier was even handcuffed at the base by a Turkish counterpart. Though the Turkish General Staff confirms that a C-17 did in fact land without permission at the base, they deny the handcuff incident.

30.06.2005Gündem
Turkey and US come to an agreement on Incirlik use

Turkey and US come to an agreement on Incirlik use

The US government announced its recently reached agreement with Turkey over wider logistical use of the base at Incirlik in a one page declaration yesterday. Significantly, the agreement specificies that the US will respect the final authority of Turkey in decisions regarding the base, and that US forces will not use the base for any action in either Syria or Iran.

22.04.2005Gündem
Turkish vessel grounds near Bandirma

Turkish vessel grounds near Bandirma

A Turkish vessel carrying sulphuric acid hit rocks near Bandirma, Sunday. The 19-person-crew vessel was carrying cargo from Samsun to Bandirma when it ran aground as it hit the Trak Rockies on Fener Island. None of the sulphuric acid leaked into the sea.

11.04.2005Gündem
Two ships collide off Bozcaada

Two ships collide off Bozcaada

A Turkish-flagged ship collided with a Georgian-flagged ship off Bozcaada island in the Aegean Sea, the search and rescue coordination center of the Maritime Undersecretariatsaid on Tuesday. The center stated that Turkish ship ''Sude 1'' collided with Georgian ship ''Aras 1'' off Bozcaada.

29.03.2005Gündem
Turkey press scan

Turkey press scan

These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on March 25th, 2005. The Anadolu Agency does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.

25.03.2005 Gündem
Turkish Plane Comes Within An Inch Of Crash In Israel

Turkish Plane Comes Within An Inch Of Crash In Israel

A charter airplane belonging to Turkish Fly Air and an Israeli cargo airplane were about to crash at the Ben Gurion Airport of Israel, last Saturday. Israel asked from the Turkish company not to send the pilots in the relevant airplane to Israel, anymore.

7.07.2004Gündem
The first purebred Turkish truck

The first purebred Turkish truck

Ford Otosan produced a truck and a diesel engine owned completely by the firm. The truck was also produced under the license of Ford Otosan.

11.06.2003Gündem
Rumsfeld went without even saying Hello

Rumsfeld went without even saying Hello

"U.S. Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfeld did not consider arriving in Ankara instead of Incirlik and talk with Turkish offfcials, and then fly to Incırlık. He departed Turkey without saying hello to any body.

4.05.2003Gündem

Yazar Sonuçları

Uçaklar lale açacak

Türk Hava Yolları'nın Yönetim Kurulu Başkanı Dr. Candan Karlıtekin, uçağa ilk defa 23 yaşında binmiş.

25.06.2005

AIrex kabına sığmıyor

Bu yıl beşincisi düzenlenecek bölgenin en büyük sivil havacılık fuarı Airex’e sayılı günler kaldı.

22.05.2004