Black Sea region suffering due to the lack of tea-pickers

In the eastern Black Sea town of Rize the first tea plantations were laid out on the region’s steep, scrubby coastal slopes in Ottoman...

Grasshoppers pose a threat to Izmir farmers

According to the latest news, thousands of grasshoppers are invading the Akarca Plain in the Tire district of Izmir. They pose a serious danger to...

Nationwide security operation implemented to ensure citizens observed this weeks curfew rules

Yesterday (1st May) within the scope of the measures taken due to the Covid-19 outbreak, security teams across the country implemented various operations to...

Are we seeing the “light at the end of the tunnel”? Coronavirus cases ‘stabilising’...

Catherine Smallwood, WHO’s senior health emergency officer for Europe as said that the “overall trend in Turkey is that the number of cases is...

The Holy month of Ramadan begins today

This year, Ramadan starts on Thursday 23 April and ends on Saturday 23 May. The month is a time for reflection, fasting and to be...

One group photo saw people fined for not social distancing.

After the police became aware of the above photo in Elazig they were able to determine who five of the individuals were. They were fined...

The silent victims of the coronavirus outbreak: The animals

It has been reported in the Associated Press Television News that an increasing number of pets are being abandoned and that approximately 100 dogs...

Tomorrow’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day celebrations: will be honoured differently due to the...

Every year on April 23rd National Sovereignty and Children's Day (Ulusal Egemenlik ve Çocuk Bayramı) is celebrated and is a national holiday. Unfortunately this year...

Restrictions may be made in early June

Fahrettin Koca, Turkey’s Health Minister announced that officials are working on plans in order to prepare the way to ease the current restrictions in...

Nomads in Turkey migration hindered by the coronavirus

At this time of the year Turkey’s nomadic Yoruk tribe usually prepare to set off on the long trip north with their herd of...

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