It was the Teachers’ Day

Posted by on November 24th, 2010
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One of the most popular photos for the day. Atatürk teaching…
I don’t know if university professors are eligible for the day – since “öğretmen” in Turkish mostly mean educative personnel until the level of university, many of my students keep celebrating my teachers’ day. Well, thank you. Whether I am a teacher or not, I love teaching:)

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and social roundup:

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from Hurriyet Dailynews
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Traffic terror on Turkey?s roads

by FATMA DİŞLİ ZIBAK
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Turkish military denies asking for ‘photo proof’ of homosexuality

from Hurriyet Dailynews
Turkey?s military is asking for ‘photographic’ proof that people seeking an exemption from compulsory military service on the grounds of their homosexuality are actually gay, reports say.

The Turkish army’s ‘show and tell’ policy – By Mohammad Sagha

from FP Passport by Mohammad Sagha

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