Daily Sabah staff picks: Turkey's top 5 in
Daily SabahDaily Sabah staff picks: Turkey's top 5 in 2015Daily SabahHatay (Antakya): Hatay, also known by its ancient name of Antakya (Antiocheia ad Orontem), lies on the border between Turkey and Syria, and it is off the coast of the Mediterranean Sea. It is about an hour flight from Istanbul, but you can also take ...and more »
Posted on 23 January 2015 | 5:41 pm
Amnesty says convictions fail to bring
Today's Zaman (press release) (blog)Amnesty says convictions fail to bring justice in Korkmaz murder caseToday's Zaman (press release) (blog)The amnesty group elaborated on these cases, saying that the trial concerning the death of Abdullah Cömert, who was hit by a tear gas canister in Antakya, continues and that Turkish prosecutors have failed to identify the policeman who fired the tear ...
Posted on 22 January 2015 | 5:14 am
Woman Architect of the Year shortlist: Gonca
Architects' JournalWoman Architect of the Year shortlist: Gonca PasolarArchitects' Journal... Airport in south-west Turkey, which it won after completing the international terminal at the airport. In 2014 the practice picked up awards at the World Architecture Festival in Singapore for the Yalikavak Marina Complex and for the Antakya Museum ...and more »
Posted on 22 January 2015 | 12:59 am
Two Turkish police jailed for 10 years over
Yahoo NewsTwo Turkish police jailed for 10 years over protester's killingYahoo NewsKayseri (Turkey) (AFP) - Two Turkish police were jailed Wednesday for at least 10 years for beating to death a teenager in 2013 protests against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, sparking fresh protests as critics slammed the verdicts for being absurdly ...Amnesty International: convictions fail to bring justice in Korkmaz murder caseCihan News AgencyJustice denied? Uproar as two Turkish police jailed for only 10 years for ...Malay Mail Onlineall 103 news articles »
Posted on 21 January 2015 | 2:51 pm
US Signals Shift on How to End Syrian Civil
New York TimesUS Signals Shift on How to End Syrian Civil WarNew York TimesTarek Fares, a secular Syrian Army defector who long fought with the loose-knit nationalist groups known as the Free Syrian Army but who has lately quit fighting, joked bitterly about American policy one recent night in Antakya, Turkey. “This is how ...Syrians fear US policy shift away from ousting of President Bashar AssadIrish Timesall 107 news articles »
Posted on 19 January 2015 | 6:11 pm
Syrians fear US policy shift away from
‘Red line’ issues seem to have fallen from focus as Washington revises initial policy
Posted on 20 January 2015 | 11:40 am
The smallest victims: Portraits of Syrian
Five-year-old Qamar likes jumping rope and watching Tom and Jerry cartoons. Her favorite color is red, and she loves horses. When it comes dinnertime, she will never turn down roasted chicken. And even though she isn't even old enough to attend school, Qamar knows she wants to be a doctor when she grows up. Today, Qamar and her family live in a tent in a makeshift refugee camp in Bekaa Valley ...
Posted on 16 January 2015 | 1:17 am
U.S. Signals Shift on How to End Syrian
Tarek Fares, a secular Syrian Army defector who long fought with the loose-knit nationalist groups known as the Free Syrian Army but who has lately quit fighting, joked bitterly about American policy one recent night in Antakya, Turkey. “This is how the ...
Posted on 26 January 2015 | 1:38 am
Since when did religion become a bad word?
The following is a revelation given to Marshall Vian Summers on July 20, 2009, in Antakya, Turkey. Reprinted with permission. At this time and place, it is important to speak about the purpose of religion. Religion is part of the human experience ...
Posted on 22 January 2015 | 6:29 am
Syrians fear US policy shift away from
Tarek Fares, a secular Syrian army defector who fought with the loose-knit nationalist groups known as the Free Syrian Army, joked bitterly about US policy in Antakya, Turkey. “This is how the Americans talk,” he said. “They say, ‘We have a red ...
Posted on 20 January 2015 | 4:55 am
Islamic State renews push to claim Syrian
ANTAKYA, Turkey — Islamic State fighters waged street-by-street battles against militiamen in embattled Kobane on Thursday after pushing into the heart of the Syrian border town despite intense U.S. airstrikes.
Posted on 8 October 2014 | 6:00 pm
Plague bomb data found on seized Islamic
ANTAKYA, Turkey, Aug. 29 (UPI) --An Islamic State laptop computer found in Syria allegedly contains plans to build chemical weapons for spreading bubonic plague. The computer, now in Antakya, Turkey, belonged to a Tunisian militant named Muhammad S.,
Posted on 29 August 2014 | 4:27 am