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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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
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
Lone unionist fights on and on and on...

Lone unionist fights on and on and on...

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.

21.11.2008Gündem
Turkish, Israeli, Indian ministers to meet for Med Stream project

Turkish, Israeli, Indian ministers to meet for Med Stream project

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)

24.11.2008Gündem
Life full of bumps for motor couriers

Life full of bumps for motor couriers

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.

27.11.2008Gündem
GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON DEC 6

GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON DEC 6

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)

6.12.2008Gündem
Turkeys Tofas to suspend production due to lack of demand

Turkey's Tofas to suspend production due to lack of demand

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.

26.12.2008Gündem
THY 2008 passenger numbers up 15 percent

THY 2008 passenger numbers up 15 percent

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.

18.01.2009Gündem
Pirates free Turk ship

Pirates free Turk ship

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.

3.02.2009Gündem
Nine dead, 84 injured in Turkish Airlines plane crash in Amsterdam

Nine dead, 84 injured in Turkish Airlines plane crash in Amsterdam

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)

25.02.2009Gündem
A history of Turkish air disasters and near disasters

A history of Turkish air disasters and near disasters

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.

25.02.2009Gündem
GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON MAR 16

GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON MAR 16

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.

16.03.2009Gündem
Danish and Turkish warships foil attempted pirate attack off Yemen

Danish and Turkish warships foil attempted pirate attack off Yemen

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.

17.03.2009Gündem
Turkish warship foils pirate attack on ship off Yemen

Turkish warship foils pirate attack on ship off Yemen

A Turkish warship foiled a pirate attack on a Turkish commercial ship in the Gulf of Aden, the army said on Friday.

20.03.2009Gündem
Turkeys Celebi wins cargo terminal run tender in India

Turkey's Celebi wins cargo terminal run tender in India

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.

14.04.2009Gündem
Foça to Marseille route to be revisited

Foça to Marseille route to be revisited

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.

14.04.2009Gündem
US says Turkey’s controversial Ergenekon probe details murky

US says Turkey’s controversial Ergenekon probe details 'murky'

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.

1.05.2009Gündem
Sadık Elmas: Flying high in turbulent times

Sadık Elmas: Flying high in turbulent times

ISTANBUL - The global economic crisis is on everybody’s mind whether it is affecting one’s own pocketbook or those of relatives and neighbors.

8.05.2009Gündem
Port firm takes extra precautions on outbreak

Port firm takes extra precautions on outbreak

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.

13.05.2009Gündem
Turkish FM meets Pakistani officials in Islamabad

Turkish FM meets Pakistani officials in Islamabad

ISLAMABAD - Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu met with Pakistani Foreign Minister Mehmood Qureshi in Islamabad on Tuesday. (UPDATED)

9.06.2009Gündem
GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON JUNE 17

GOOD MORNING--TURKEY PRESS SCAN ON JUNE 17

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.

17.06.2009Gündem
Paying money to prevent retaliation

Paying money to prevent retaliation

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

7.07.2009Gündem
Türkiyenin Mavi Marmara saldırısı raporu

Türkiye'nin Mavi Marmara saldırısı raporu

Türkiye'nin Mavi Marmara saldırısıyla ilgili BM'ye sunduğu raporun tam metni:

26.01.2011Gündem

Yazar Sonuçları

Pakistan and the lack of soft power in Turkish foreign policy

It would be fair to say that for the past 10 or so years, Pakistan has not really been on Turkey’s radar screen. But those who are familiar with both countries know that there is a special bond between them.

11.06.2009

Incirlikization

Oftentimes, lecturing on Turkey to audiences across the United States, I find myself amiss, in need of a map to identify Turkey’s geographic location. In such cases, I resort to a virtual map, using my fingers to sketch Turkey’s surrounding regions: the Middle East, Europe, Black Sea, Mediterranean and Caucasus. However, this virtual map often further confuses my audience, leaving people wondering where Turkey really is.

30.06.2009