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Stephen Curry scored 35 points as the Golden State Warriors bounced back from a disastrous first half performance to overpower the Philadelphia 76ers 124-116 on Nov. 18.
The Syrian army and loyalist militiamen on Nov. 19 retook full control of Albu Kamal from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), a military source said, ousting the jihadists from their last urban stronghold in Syria.
Turkish police filed a multi-million dollar lawsuit against prominent Fetullahist Terrorist Organization (FETÖ) members, security officials said on Nov. 19, state-run Anadolu Agency has reported.
Smiling, with a full head of curly, salt-and-pepper hair, Hamdi Ulukaya has a humble and friendly attitude.
Minority schools in Turkey, of which there are 24 currently, are struggling to survive as the populations of their communities dwindle.
The government has sought to downplay European Union funding cuts for Turkey over doubts about Ankara’s commitment to democracy and human rights.
Arab foreign ministers gathered in Cairo on Nov. 19 at Saudi Arabia's request for an extraordinary meeting to discuss alleged "violations" committed by Iran in the region.
The situation in Syria is much better compared to last year thanks to the Astana Process, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu has said, stressing that a “political solution” is needed for sustainability.
Zimbabwe President Robert Mugabe was on Nov. 19 facing the imminent end of his 37-year rule as the once-loyal ZANU-PF party sacked him as its leader and army generals piled pressure on him to resign.
Turkey bids farewell to ‘pocket Hercules’ Süleymanoğlu
Rating agency Moody’s has said Turkey’s credit profile balances resilient growth and relatively strong public finances against political risk and external vulnerability.
The recent scandal during a NATO drill in Norway was an attack targeting “Turkey and the Turkish nation,” President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Nov. 19.
Thousands of people attended a funeral ceremony on Nov. 19 in Istanbul as the nation bid farewell to legendary triple Olympic gold-medal winning Turkish weightlifter Naim Süleymanoğlu, who died at the age of 50 a day earlier.
The governor’s office of the Turkish capital Ankara has banned the public showing of all films, exhibitions and events related to lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) issues, citing “public sensitivities.”
A color drawing of Tintin and his faithful canine companion Snowy sold at a Paris auction on Nov. 18 for more than half a million euros.
Poland will build a museum focused on life and death in the infamous World War II-era Warsaw Ghetto, where Nazi Germany imprisoned nearly 500,000 Jews during the Holocaust, a minister said on Nov. 17.
Spray-painted in murals, wielded on anti-war banners, and even once hung as a tapestry at the United Nations, Pablo Picasso’s “Guernica” might be the world’s most famous political artwork.
Britain will submit its proposals on how to settle its financial obligations to the European Union before an EU Council meeting next month, finance minister Philip Hammond said on Nov. 19.
German automaker Volkswagen on Nov. 17 said it planned to invest more than 34 billion euros ($40 billion) over the next five years in new technologies to advance its push to become a global leader in electric cars.
A Turkey-made invisible fabric that cannot be spotted by radars and thermal cameras will soon be sold to NATO countries.