“Air pollution in #İstanbul, Ankara well above updated WHO limit values…

Turkey does not sufficiently measure air quality and has no national limit value for PM2.5, says Greenpeace.

Why Men Everywhere Are Going to Istanbul for Hair Transplants – Bloomberg.com

The nation’s hair treatment industry, centered on Istanbul, is worth more than $1 billion. But the clinics that provide such services are lightly regulated

What Istanbul’s hidden Roman cisterns taught me about human survival – The Telegraph

In Istanbul I found myself welcomed into the restoration works of the incredible, underground late Roman Basilica Cisterns – walking 10 metres below modern

212 Photography Istanbul across the city – Hürriyet Daily News

The festival expands across Istanbul, including numerous venues both on the Asian and European sides. These include some of the most important historical and

Istanbul Airport Brings Art to the World with IGART – RaillyNews

Istanbul Airport has hosted many exhibitions, workshops and live music performances, as well as innovative projects such as the airport museum and airport

In Turkey, environmentalists struggle to preserve the city’s remaining green spaces

Validebağ Grove is among last remaining green spaces in Istanbul Originally published on Global Voices Local residents

Construction equipment enters İstanbul’s Validebağ Grove: ‘This is a murder’

The Municipality of Üsküdar entered the Validebağ Grove with excavators and lorries at 5.30 in the morning. Speaking to

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