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Electricity cuts spark controversy in the southeast

2014-09-19

Companies say consumers must pay their bills, while farmers say their crops are drying out.

In the News

2014-09-17

Survey: Turks worried by waves of immigration from conflict zones

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A recent survey revealed that Turks are concerned about the government's handling of refugee issues and favour more restrictive policies.

2014-09-17

Turkey to boost its air firepower with a new generation of missiles

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In order to boost its defence, Turkey seeks to extend its air-to-air capability with the purchase of more modern aerial equipment.

2014-09-16

Armenian Akdamar Church hosted its fifth annual religious service

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Thousands of people from all around the world attended the holy service in Van.

2014-09-16

Countries co-operate to form Balkan roaming-free zone

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Experts praise the recent agreement to end high roaming charges for cell phone users next year.

2014-09-15

NGOs call for unification against censorship

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International and domestic NGOs issued a joint declaration condemning internet censorship and violation of press freedom in Turkey.

Spotlight

2014-09-16

Experts debate Turkey's role in anti-ISIL coalition

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Turkey foreign minister hints that Ankara will co-operate, but some experts call for tougher action.

What do you think?

Is the government doing enough, especially along the southern border, to block activities that support ISIL?