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Rio 2016: Greece-Turkey Olympic Medals Posted Aug 18, 2016 By admin

Updated 17 August 2016 Greece Anna Korakaki Gold 25m pistol, Bronze 10m pistol Shooting Lefteris Petrounias Gold, Rings Gymnastics Spyros Gianniotis Silver, 10km Marathon Swimming   Turkey Rıza

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Scholarships for postgraduate studies by the Greek Ministry of Foreign Affairs Posted Jul 23, 2016 By admin

The announcement of the scholarships granted by the Greek Government and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs to foreign citizens has been published by the Greek

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Call for Applications: Greek-Turkish Young Leaders Symposium on Security Posted Jul 20, 2016 By admin

Greek-Turkish Young Leaders Symposium on Security 19-23 October 2016 Within the framework of the “Greek-Turkish Young Leaders Partnership Initiative”, the CIES is organizing the 2nd Greek-Turkish

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‘Melting Point’ extended in Venice Posted Jun 08, 2016 By admin

“Melting Point,” an exhibition by Turkish artist and designer Aslı Kutluay, was held as a preview show for early visitors to the Venice Architecture Biennial

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World’s wonders at sand sculpture festival in Antalya Posted Jun 08, 2016 By admin

The International Antalya Sand Sculpture Festival is hosting 14 “wonders of the world,” as well as mythological heroes in its latest edition to the Mediterranean

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Jameel Art Prize goes to Pakistani artist in Istanbul Posted Jun 08, 2016 By admin

Ghulam Mohammad has won the fourth Jameel Art Prize, the biennial award for contemporary art and design inspired by Islamic tradition. The prize was presented

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Orhan Pamuk says he misses Turkey’s ‘good old days’ Posted Jun 08, 2016 By admin

Turkey’s Nobel laureate writer Orhan Pamuk, speaking to Italian daily La Repubblica, has said he “sometimes misses the good old days when Turkey’s problems were

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Millions of dollars of artwork smuggling prevented in Istanbul Posted Jun 08, 2016 By admin

Police have raided a house in Istanbul’s Ataşehir district and seized 55 stolen paintings, lecterns and calligraphic works, valuing at least $20 million. The Istanbul

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Call for Applications: Master of Arts (MA) in Mediterranean Studies Posted May 15, 2016 By admin

The Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese (Greece), in partnership with the Department of Cultural Heritage and the Department

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Call for Applications: Master of Arts (MA) in Mediterranean Studie Posted May 11, 2016 By admin

The Department of Political Science and International Relations of the University of Peloponnese (Greece), in partnership with the Department of Cultural Heritage and the Department

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‘Revolutionary’ draft regulations on judicial system planned: Justice minister Posted Apr 22, 2016 By admin

Turkish Justice Minister Bekir Bozdağ has said they were preparing to submit three separate legislative packages of draft regulations, which he referred to as “revolutionary,”

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Turkey fulfills 61 of 72 benchmarks for visa-free travel to Europe Posted Apr 22, 2016 By admin

Turkey has fulfilled 61 of 72 criteria required for its citizens to travel to Schengen countries without a visa and plans to complete the adoption

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1,200 buildings damaged in İdil Posted Apr 22, 2016 By admin

Some 1,200 buildings were damaged during a 43-day curfew imposed to conduct security operations against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the southeastern district

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Researchers set to discover Istanbul’s lost island Posted Apr 22, 2016 By admin

A team of Turkish archeologists are set to unearth a lost underwater island off the coast of Istanbul. Vordonosi was an island in the Byzantine-era,

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