#istanbul news roundup: Belgrade Forest being degraded while plans for artificial islands in Marmara Sea, Black Sea with Kanal Istanbul land…

Three artificial islands will be built in the Marmara Sea and the Black Sea with excavation from the construction of Istanbul’s controversial Kanal Istanbul project, aiming to build a “second Bosphorus,” daily Habertürk reported on Jan. 31.

Istanbul’s Belgrade Forest being degraded

Jose Bove, the French farm workers’ union leader, recently said the following: “As far as world leaders are concerned, the entire planet should submit to market laws.
A group of environmentalists on Jan. 29 protested the planned construction of a tramway line that is expected to tear through Istanbul’s Belgrade Forest, Doğan News Agency has reported.

Istanbul Modern exhibition opens to the sea

Istanbul Modern’s new exhibition, “Harbor,” focuses on ports and harbors. Emphasizing Istanbul’s relationship with the sea, “Harbor” takes a close look .
Istanbul: The True Crossroads of the World

Today, we are all reeling from yesterday’s terror attack that occurred at the true crossroads of the world: Istanbul’s Ataturk Airport. If you have ever had
International Istanbul Yarn Fair begins

The world second biggest Yarn Fair bringing the international textile industry together, this year the 14th International Istanbul Yarn Fair 2017 will

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