Turkey to leave the sinking EU before it was even invited

As the European Union seemingly crumbles under the weight of the economic crisis that is engulfing country after country, questions have...

New law raises number of foreign house buyers

Foreigners from different countries have bought almost 11,000 properties across Turkey since the reciprocity law came into effect nine months ago, according to...

Turkey’s population increased to almost 75 million in 2011

Turkey was already one of the most populous nations in Europe, and the country's population increased in 2011, by more than...

Students from abroad double in ten years

The number of foreign students receiving education in Turkey doubled over the last decade, according to Student Selection and Placement Center (OSYM) data....

Turkish Airlines defends alcohol policy

Turkish Airlines (THY) released a statement Feb. 13 in response to the ongoing debate over company policies on serving alcohol during flights, citing...

What the New Airline Regulations Mean to You

By now, you have probably heard about the new airline regulations that were set to go into force at the end of January...

Turkish waiter admits murdering two women from Northern Ireland

A 22-YEAR-OLD man has admitted murdering two Co Down women in Turkey in August 2011. Recep Cetin, who had been accused of stabbing...

Turkey’s largest private airline goes public

Pegasus Airlines has applied to markets board for public offering. Pegasus, Turkey’s largest private air carrier, is planning to open up its shares...

Panic over – at least for the moment

The latest news regarding the Universal Health Insurance (as of 25th January 2011) from the British Government is as follows: Latest Update on Turkish...

Bookseller claims Ryanair baggage policy affects sales

THE DIRECTOR of an independent Irish-owned book chain has blamed Ryanair’s baggage allowance for a drop in sales, saying it is discouraging people...

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