February 05, 2023 20:15 (IST)
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Turkish Airlines suspends nearly 240 flights after snowfall alert in Istanbul

Istanbul: Turkey's flag carrier Turkish Airlines said on Saturday that it had canceled 238 flights scheduled for Sunday and Monday due to the snowfall expected in Istanbul.

Over 90 pc of Turkish oppose Sweden's NATO membership after quran burning: Reports

Ankara: Some 92.5% of Turkish citizens have spoken against Ankara's greenlighting of Sweden's membership in NATO following the controversial demonstration with the burning of the Quran in Stockholm, a survey conducted by Turkish news agency Anadolu showed on Tuesday.

Turkey condemns 'Quran burning' act in Sweden

Istanbul: Turkey has condemned the act of burning a Quran during a protest in Sweden recently, media reports said on Sunday.

Protest held in various US cities against China's human rights abuse 

Seattle: Condemning the Chinese government for committing human rights abuses amounting to crimes against humanity, various groups, including Tibetans, Uyghurs, Hong Kongers, protested in different cities on the West Coast of the US.

Chinese atrocities in Xinjiang: Protests erupt across Turkey

Istanbul: Uyghur and Turkish NGOs recently demonstrated in several parts of Turkey on Sunday to protest against the atrocities carried out by Chinese authorities in the Xinjiang region in the pretext of controlling COVID-19.

Turkey: Authorities detain 46 people, including a Syrian national, in Istanbul blast case

Istanbul: Turkish authorities have detained 46 people, including the prime suspect who is a Syrian national, for the bomb blast which rocked Istanbul on Sunday and left six people dead.

Turkey: Istanbul's Istiklal Avenue reopened for public

Istanbul: Istanbul's Istiklal Avenue, the site of Sunday's deadly blast, has been reopened to the public, media reports said on Monday.

Turkey: Suspect arrested hours after blast rocks Istanbul

Istanbul: Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu said the suspect who planted the bomb which exploded in Istanbul's busy Istiklal Street on Sunday, which left six people dead and over 80 others hurt, has been detained.

Turkey: Six die as blast rocks busy street in Istanbul

Istanbul: The blast in Turkey's Istanbul city left six people dead and 53 others hurt on Sunday with country's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan saying it could be a suspected 'act of terrorism'.

Turkey: Four die as blast rocks Istanbul

Istanbul: At least four people died and over 30 others were hurt as a blast rocked Turkish city Istanbul’s Istiklal Avenue on Sunday.

Turkey: 40 people die as explosion rock coal mine

Ankara: As many as 40 people have died due to an explosion which rocked a coal mine in Turkey on Friday, media reports said.

Türkiye: Concern mounts over human rights implications of ‘disinformation bill’

New York: The UN human rights office (OHCHR) expressed growing concern on Friday over the adoption by Turkiye’s Parliament of a package of amendments to various laws “that risk curtailing freedom of expression” in the country.

Turkey: Explosion rocks coal mine in Bartin, 22 die

At least 22 people died as an explosion rocked  a coal mine in Turkey's Bartın on Friday evening, media reports said.

Türkiye: Ukraine grain export deal among UN’s greatest recent accomplishments

The landmark agreement to export grain out of war-torn Ukraine is among the UN’s greatest accomplishments in recent decades, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan told the General Assembly on Tuesday.

Anti-China protests in Turkey gather pace, proscribed Hizb-ut-Tahrir now takes up Uyghur cause

Istanbul: The protests against China's 'Hunger Genocide' in East Turkestan under the pretext of controlling the Covid-19 pandemic, continues to gather support from Islamist groups and local Turkish populace.