Toplam 1.107 haberi bulunmuştur.
Ümit Milli Futbol Takımı'nın, İsviçre ve Estonya ile yapacağı maçların aday kadrosu açıklandı.
Ermenistan ile 2011 Avrupa Şampiyonası eleme grubu maçında karşı karşıya gelecek Ümit Milli Futbol Takımı'nın aday kadrosu belli oldu.
Avrupa'da 16 ülkenin birinci ve ikinci liglerinde yer alan 96 takımda 139 Türk kökenli futbolcu forma giyiyor. Avrupa'daki Türklerin futbol piyasasındaki değeri ise 150 milyon Avro'ya yaklaşıyor.
2011 UEFA Avrupa Ümitler Şampiyonası eleme grubunda 9 Eylül Çarşamba günü deplasmanda Gürcistan ile karşılaşacak Ümit Milli Takımımızın aday kadrosu, İstanbul'da toplandı.
Ümit Milli Takım'ın 9 Eylül'de Gürcistan ile deplasmanda yapacağı 2011 UEFA Avrupa Ümitler Şampiyonası grup eleme maçının aday kadrosu ile programı açıklandı.
Ümit Milli Futbol Takımı, Valeri Lobanovskiy Turnuvası için Ukrayna'ya gitti.
Ümit Milli Futbol Takımı'nın, 11-12 Ağustos tarihlerinde Ukrayna'da katılacağı Valeri Lubanovskiy Turnuvası aday kadrosu ve programı belli oldu.
Ülker Grubu’nun çatı şirketi Yıldız Holding, 2008 nisan ayında 850 milyon dolara aldığı Godiva’yı krize rağmen yüzde 6.5 büyüterek, cirosunu 470 milyon dolardan 500 milyon dolara yükseltti. Yıldız Holding ve Ülker Grubu Başkanı Murat Ülker, “Krizin gerektirdiği adımları atamayanlar sistem dışına çıkıyor. Biz Godiva’yı şimdi Çin ve Rusya’da da yaygınlaştıracağız” dedi.
Today, let me beg a little nostalgia for the tools that once defined our trade: manual typewriters, pneumatic tubes to send "copy" to linotype operators, and a device called a "scanograph" that would etch photographs onto press-ready plates.
These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in the Turkish press on July 10, 2009. Hurriyet Daily News does not verify these stories and does not vouch for their accuracy.
URUMQI - China’s top leaders vow to maintain stability in the riot-hit Xinjiang-Uighur Autonomous Region and promise punishment to those responsible for bloodshed. The statement comes as residents in Urumqi tentatively emerge to go about daily life after the worst ethnic violence in decades.
ISTANBUL - The Tırtıl Kids Bookshop is considered by many to be a premier shop to buy children’s books in Istanbul.
LOS ANGELES - Michael Jackson's fans and family bid him farewell at the Staples Center on Tuesday in a somber, spiritual ceremony, watched by millions around the world as they celebrated a man whose immense talents almost drowned beneath the spectacle of his life and fame
ISTANBUL - Anesthesiologist Ercan Türeci from Cerrahpaşa Medical School, the only active Turkish member of Doctors Without Borders, recently returned from a mission to the Gaza Strip. He says it is not hard for any doctor working in urban hospitals to work in conflict areas.
PARIS - Europe’s service industry contracted at a faster pace in June as rising unemployment damped spending.
ISTANBUL - Images in which the concentration of the Asian population is visible through the architecture of Hong Kong are presented in two series, 'Transparent City' and 'Architecture of Density,' in Istanbul's Çukurcuma.
ISTANBUL - Piano virtuoso and composer Tayfun Erdem examined the verses of the Torah, Bible and Koran for 16 years with the accuracy of a theologian and composed music for the verses he selected for 'El.' ’An inside voice guided me. I chose the verses offering rhythm and feeling to my soul,’ said Erdem.
VIENNA - European Central Bank council member Ewald Nowotny warned against raising interest rates and ending emergency policy measures too soon, saying the top priority must be to revive economic growth in the euro region.
A survey of the male staffers at the Daily News yesterday revealed that all had broken the law. None of us were charged. None of us expect to be. Our crime? We did not wear hats.
KABUL - Turkey, the Muslim nation with the highest number of troops and civilian workers in Afghanistan, has suffered only one attack in almost four years. Turkish troops and a separate team of 140 civilians are located in a region where US troops have faced dozens of attacks this year.
ISTANBUL - An Istanbul court that assigned a lip-reading expert to assess a video recording of Engin Çeber’s final hours in jail has raised more controversy with the report’s support for statements by one of the leading defendants.
SOFIA - During Nazım Hikmet’s years in exile, the most bitter moments are spent close to home on visits to Bulgaria. The similarities of the place drive him crazy: the smells, the food, the Turkish spoken by the minority. On the 46th anniversary of his death, one cannot help but salute his poetry.
"Kulak’tan kulağa," literally "from ear to ear," is a popular game among Turkish children, one with equivalents in many cultures. It involves 20 or so youngsters sitting in a row. The first one utters a phrase to his neighbor, and ear to ear the sentence passes down the line. Invariably, "Ahmet wears red shorts" becomes something like, "Ahmet is short and red" by the time the message reaches the end of the line.
WASHINGTON - The U.S. economy sank at a 5.7 percent pace in the first quarter as the brute force of the recession carried over into this year.
Actor, lawyer and writer Pekcan Türkeş will appear with Aydan Şener at the Abdullah Şahin Halk Theater in the Profilo Culture Center. In his role as a lawyer, Türkeş is on bookshelves with his legal guidebook "Avukat Sizsiniz" (You Be the Lawyer).
ISTANBUL - Born in Palestine and since making a home in Beirut, St. Louis, Denmark and now Istanbul, an international preschool director is most at home as a foreigner abroad and holds a special affinity for Turkey. Christina Heath extends the lessons of her own multilingual upbringing to the children at Eden’s Garden Preschool, where she is the director and a teacher.
MERSIN - This year’s Mersin International Music Festival, launched Thursday with a performance of renowned Turkish pianist Fazıl Say, gathers in the city also other prominent musicians, such as the guitarist Al Di Meola. The event, which aims to ’bring polyphonic universal music to the denizens’ and contributes to the dialogue among cultures, will run through June 2.
ISTANBUL - A 19th century American newspaper editor once advised a person, "Go West, young man, go west" and that could apply to Aykut Eken as well. His West was not America but Latin America although he also looks elsewhere for business opportunities.
In spite of the global financial crisis that continues to ravage humanity, not to mention the flu epidemic, you humans insist on playing games and creating tensions.
ISTANBUL-’I'm afraid of words,’ says Palestinian poet Mourid Barghouti, one of the guests at this year's International Istanbul Poetry Festival. The event, taking place at various locations, features poetry readings, including one by Barghouti tonight