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When despair becomes a way of life
By Jane Louise Kandur*
First meeting in 15 years for an Iranian president, Jordanian king
On the sidelines of the special summit of the OIC, the Iranian and Jordanian heads of state held a brief meeting on Friday, in the first meeting between the two countries’ heads of state in 15 years.
The year's most delicious festival returns to Istanbul
The International Chocolate Festival, which is being sponsored by the Toyota Hybrid this year, will transform the historic Sirkeci Train Station in Istanbul into a chocolate heaven. The festival is taking place until May 6 — aiming to bring professional chocolatiers together with chocolate lovers.
Turkey's largest youth festival takes over Istanbul
Turkey's biggest and most comprehensive festival — the Istanbul Youth Festival (İGF) — targeted at young people kicked off at the Eurasia Show and Art Center. The festival brings Turkey's beloved brands, NGOs and public enterprises to the public though art exhibitions, workshops, sports activities, panel sessions and live concerts.
Debt headache for Ankara as S&P warns Turkish growth to plummet
Credit ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) warned that Turkey was “particularly vulnerable” to rising global interest rates because of the strain of having to finance a debt burden that had widened the current account deficit to $47 billion, above five percent of GDP.
Major fire engulfs Istanbul hospital, patients evacuated
A huge fire has engulfed a hospital in Istanbul, forcing patients to evacuate as firefighters battle the smoke and flames.
Erdogan slams US' Quds move at Istanbul summit
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on countries that follow international law to recognize Holy Quds as the 'occupied capital' of Palestine.
Hundreds protest in Istanbul, Ankara over Trump's al-Quds move
Hundreds of protesters gathered outside US embassy in Ankara and US consulate in Istanbul on Wednesday, December 6, to denounce Washington's move recognizing al-Quds as the capital of Israel.
Istanbul police detain dozens over Daesh ‘links’
Istanbul police detained 62 foreigners suspected of having links to the Daesh terror group in overnight raids, Turkish media reported Friday.
US failed to fulfill its aims in Mid-East: Turkish expert
Professor of political science, Istanbul University Nuray Mert, believes the US and its allies failed to fulfill their regional aims to disintegrate the Middle East.
Iranian Parliament speaker arrives in Istanbul
Parliament speaker Ali Larijani arrived in Istanbul, Turkey, on Tuesday to participate in the 10th plenary session of the Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA).
Iranian Parliament speaker off to Istanbul
Parliament speaker Ali Larijani left Tehran for Istanbul, Turkey to participate in the 10th plenary session of the Asian Parliamentary Assembly (APA).
Iran warns of adopting violent policies to resolve world problems
Iran’s first vice president said violent policies should not be allowed to be replaced by dialogue-based solutions, stressing that Tehran strongly supports negotiation as the best solution to problems in the world.
One student killed, 2 wounded in Istanbul gun attack
A man in Turkey has shot dead a female student and wounded two other students in a school in Istanbul.
Iran to hold exhibition in Istanbul in October
An exhibition of Iranian products and goods is planned in the Turkish city of Istanbul in late October, announced the Iranian embassy in Turkey.

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