World-renowned Turkish-Armenian photographer Ara Güler, who went by the nickname “Eye of Istanbul,” passed away on Wednesday 17 October after suffering from kidney failure.
Ara Güler was Turkey’s most notable photojournalist and one of the best seven photographers according to the Photography Annual published in Britain in 1961. He assumed the title of “Master of Leica” in 1962.
To Deputy Minister Mustafa Saran, Turkey’s biggest problem in education is a practical one. Saran stated, “Do you know where the problem is? It is in practice.”
UEFA decision is sparking doubt and speculation amid football fans across Europe.
“It is fascinating that those who referred to atomic bomb as healthy children 73 years ago do not give a name to the children produced by science. Compared to this, killing hundreds of thousands of people by pushing a button is almost nothing. It is a shame to see that the humanity of today’s human producers is way behind Bainbridge and his colleagues.”
What was the role of Turkey’s Directorate of Religious Affairs during the July 15 coup attempt?
“The surge in violence towards Uber drivers in Istanbul has had a positive impact on the company, with reports that over 2,000 yellow taxi drivers having switched to work with Uber. All publicity may be good publicity after all.”
Not only Arabs but also Turkmens, Kurds and Assyrians have suffered from the PYD’s forced migration policy in Syria. The displaced people, now living in very hard conditions, are dreaming of the day they will return to their homes.
In comparison to Operation Euphrates Shield, there is undoubtedly more support for Operation Olive Branch in the border towns of Turkey.
Interpersonal violence needs to be taken into consideration on a serious level as it can result in not only lifelong physical and psychological health issues for the victim but also can generate societal as well as economic risks for society as a whole.