Turks gathered to mark 100 years since the victory of the Battle of Dumlupinar, which liberated the country from the occupation of the allied forces at the conclusion of World War I.
Turkish scientist Serhat Tozburun and team patent blood flow monitor device to expedite diagnosis process – the technology improves on existing ones and allows doctors to image and measure flow in different blood vessels at the same time.
Ankara and international human rights groups have repeatedly condemned Greece's illegal practice of pushing back asylum seekers, which violate humanitarian values and international law.
Tribute is offered in memory of those who paid the ultimate price for their nation's freedom, while honouring the bravery and courage that foiled a terrorist coup plot.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reiterated that Türkiye will not relinquish its rights in the Aegean Sea and warned Athens to refrain from “dreams and actions that will result in regret just as it was a century ago.”
Bankrolling a high-speed rail line between Turkish capital Ankara and port of Izmir is UK's biggest-ever civil infrastructure export finance deal that it says is "strongly sustainable."
Asylum seekers, who were rescued off the Aegean coast, were taken to land before being transferred to the provincial migration office.
Archaeologists have discovered bones and tools from the Epipaleolithic era, also known as Mesolithic, in a cave in Turkey's historically rich Izmir province.
An ancient Greek and Roman city called Metropolis within the borders of Turkey’s Izmir province has yielded many precious gifts over three decades, the latest being the statue of a noblewoman.
Acting as surrogates, ceramic ‘ushabti’ figurines meant to accompany Egyptians in their travels and work in the afterlife. Kept in the vaults of Izmir Archaeological Museum for 80 years, they are now on display for the first time in Turkey.
An excavation led by Felix Pirson and assisted by Guler Ates has found Kybele terracotta figurines dating back to two millennia in and around the Bergama site, suggesting the cult of the Anatolian mother goddess was going strong during ancient times.
Ancient Ephesus Theater will host three different international events between August 24 and September 3 as part of the festival.
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