Istanbul’s Pera Palace Hotel Jumeirah is hosting the “Black Week” event in honor of the 125th anniversary of the birth of popular novelist Agatha Christie’s birth, featuring a week of crime fiction-themed events.
Almost everyone at some time during their youth has seen and experienced a form of bullying; some may have even been a bully themselves. It might …
The 14th Istanbul Biennial is heading into final act, having welcomed 400,000 viewers at 36 venues over the past eight weeks.
Thirty-seven shipwrecks discovered underwater during the Marmaray subway construction in Istanbul’s Yenikapı shed light on ship production technology in ancient eras
44 mayors to meet in İstanbul for international dialog conference
Forty-four mayors from 10 countries will meet in İstanbul on Oct. 24-25 at an international convention hosted by the city’s Maltepe Municipality in order .
Istanbul’s new airport important for D-8 countries
ISTANBUL – Istanbul’s third airport, expected to be the world’s largest, will be “the apple of the Developing Eight countries’ eye,” Turkish Airlines CEO …
Afghans in Istanbul park a microcosm of refugee crisis
A suburban park a short distance from Istanbul’s European shore, sitting between the city’s international airport and the tourist sights of Sultanahmet,
Beyond Istanbul: When Superheroes Rule Our World Christian Batikian’s ‘Captain America’
His false pretenses enable him to partake in various types of adventurous and mischievous schemes throughout the city of Istanbul with his friends, …
ISTANBUL — A British aid worker and former journalist found was found dead inIstanbul’s main airport. Now friends and colleagues are demanding to …
Family sees no foul play in death of British journalist
The family of a British woman who died in an Istanbul airport bathroom while in transit to Iraq says it agrees with Turkish authorities that there were no signs of foul pla
An ISIS training camp for children has reportedly been discovered in Istanbul, according to the English-language Turkish newspaper the Hurriyet Daily .
ISIL child training camp discovered in Istanbul: Report
…of Tajik and Uzbek origin have been revealed to be children being trained in basement apartments in Istanbul’s Pendik and Başakşehir district
Mevlut is 12 when he arrives in Istanbul. It is the summer of 1969, and he has left his mother and sisters back home in the Anatolian village to join his …
Istanbul’s lost island of Vordonisi has been recently photographed by six divers sent by the Maltepe Municipality. Its purpose: to draw attention to the long-forgotten, sunken island
Pressure is growing on German chancellor Angela Merkel to ease Germany’s refugee crisis ahead of a far-right march this evening in Dresden and the …
Turkey could join the EU sooner after helping with the refugee crisis says Angela Merkel – Daily Mail
As Istanbul’s burgeoning startup scene continues to develop, the members of the community are constantly on the lookout for the best locations to
As one of the highlights of the Qatar Turkey 2015 Year of Culture, the international exhibition ‘Pearls, Jewels from the Sea’ opens at the Museum of Turkish and Islamic Arts in Istanbul
And recently in İstanbul, artist Rahşan Düren occupied the Haydarpaşa train station from May through early October with her intriguing kinetic art .
My wife Özge recently got a temporary transfer to Beylerbeyi, a palace on the Asian side of the city. Located in the shadow of the Bosphorus Bridge,
Designers, design exhibitions and conferences on design have all come together under the same roof during Istanbul Design Week, which opened on Oct. 14 at the Old Hat Factory (Eski Şapka Fabrikası).
He added: “I’m not into conspiracies, but if the Turks say a security camera atIstanbul-Ataturk was ‘malfunctioning’, then Jacky Sutton was murdered.”.
British woman ‘found hanged in toilet at Istanbul Airport after missing connecting flight’ – Mirror.co.uk
First picture of British woman ‘found hanged in toilet at Istanbul Airport’ after missing connecting flight –Mirror.co.uk
In his new novel, “A Strangeness in My Mind,” Nobel laureate Orhan Pamuk imagines the life of a humble Istanbul man whose life parallels the life of ..