• FIFA reveals 2021 football awards’ nominees

    The nominees for the Best FIFA Football Awards 2021 were revealed Monday by the world football’s governing body.  FIFA said fans can cast votes on FIFA.com until Dec. 10 and winners will be unveiled Jan. 17 in an online ceremony. The three finalists in each category will be announced in early January but the nominees for the FIFA Puskas Award (the best goal) will be revealed later. The nominees for the 2021 awards are as Read More

  • Over 85,000 vehicles registered in Turkey in October

    Number of road motor vehicle registrations in Turkey slipped by 25.1% on annual basis, shows official data A total of 85,691 road motor vehicles were registered in Turkey through October, marking a 25.1% decrease compared to the same month last year, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) said on Tuesday. Cars accounted for 50.8% of total registrations, followed by motorcycles 22.8%, small trucks 15.4%, tractors 7.0%, trucks 2.9%, minibuses 0.5%, buses 0.4% and special purpose vehicles Read More

  • ANALYSIS – Space, the new address of global competition

    While space activities are expanding and diversifying by day, the space economy is getting deeper Global competition heats up as the space economy grows. While space activities are expanding and diversifying day by day, the space economy is getting deeper and deeper. At present, the new address of global competition in space. As a result of this dramatic competition, the space industry is growing and the space economy is expanding. Russia has announced that it Read More

  • Turkey recycles 1.1M-ton plastic annually

    Turkey saves $1 billion every year by recycling 1.1 million tons of plastic waste, according to Turkey’s Recyclers Association (GEKADER). With Turkey’s Zero Waste project which started in 2010, the recycling ratio has increased to 22.4% from 13%. Turkey aims to reach its zero-emission target by 2053 and recycling plastic waste is the way forward. The plastic waste sector generates $1 billion annually by employing around 350,000 personnel in 1,300 firms. Fatih Eren, the head Read More

  • Turkish president gets COVID-19 vaccine

    With launch of nationwide vaccination campaign, Recep Tayyip Erdogan gets COVID-19 vaccine at Ankara City Hospital Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday got the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Arriving at Ankara City Hospital, Erdogan received the first dose of China’s CoronaVac vaccine. “I got vaccinated as well,” Erdogan said on the Telegram social network.https://www.youtube.com/embed/5yUFGyTWoVo Early Thursday, health workers in Turkey launched the first phase of the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive. Health Minister Read More

  • Qatar to continue investing in Turkey: Ambassador

    All components are available in Turkey to attract investors, says Qatari envoy Qatari Ambassador to Turkey Salem bin Mubarak Al Shafi said on Tuesday that relations between Qatar and Turkey are “exceptional, permanent, and enduring,” setting an “example to be emulated” on relations based on solid foundations. In an interview with Turkish daily Hurriyet, the ambassador also hailed Turkey’s relentless support for Qatar, which he said dates back to the era of the Ottoman Empire. Read More

  • Turkish drones real threat to enemies: UK defense chief

    Turkey’s unmanned aerial vehicle, the Bayraktar TB2, has been responsible for the destruction of hundreds of armored vehicles and even air defense systems in Syria, Libya, and elsewhere, the UK’s defense secretary said on Friday. “The roots of these drones are born out of Turkish innovation,” Ben Wallace said in a webinar organized by the Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security Studies (RUSI), a British security think tank. “Prevented from gaining access to Read More

  • Turkish craftsman forges unique silver, gold facemasks

    Glam face coverings available for around $200 for silver masks or $2,500 for gold With facemasks part of our standard attire in the age of coronavirus, a Turkish metalsmith has stepped up to serve the niche market with something a bit more glam than your basic two-ply: masks made of precious silver and gold.  Sabri Demirci, 43, has been working as a skilled metalsmith for over three decades in the Turkish metropolis of Istanbul.  He Read More

  • Turkish minister slams despicable Greek news headline

    The Turkish defense minister on Sunday slammed a despicable headline in a Greek newspaper about President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. “The shameful record will remain a black mark in Greek press history,” Hulusi Akar was quoted in a statement by National Defense Ministry on Twitter. He condemned the “extremely worthless statement” that appeared in Demokratia’s Friday edition, saying it was “not even related to journalism.” The minister said anyone with common sense, including the clear-headed Greek Read More

FIFA reveals 2021 football awards’ nominees

23 November 2021 0

The nominees for the Best FIFA Football Awards 2021 were revealed Monday by the world football’s governing body.  FIFA said fans can cast votes on FIFA.com until Dec. 10 and winners will be unveiled Jan. 17 in an online ceremony. The three finalists in each category will be announced in early January but the nominees for the FIFA Puskas Award (the best goal) will be revealed later. The nominees for the 2021 awards are as Read More

Over 85,000 vehicles registered in Turkey in October

23 November 2021 0

Number of road motor vehicle registrations in Turkey slipped by 25.1% on annual basis, shows official data A total of 85,691 road motor vehicles were registered in Turkey through October, marking a 25.1% decrease compared to the same month last year, the Turkish Statistical Institute (TurkStat) said on Tuesday. Cars accounted for 50.8% of total registrations, followed by motorcycles 22.8%, small trucks 15.4%, tractors 7.0%, trucks 2.9%, minibuses 0.5%, buses 0.4% and special purpose vehicles Read More

ANALYSIS – Space, the new address of global competition

23 November 2021 0

While space activities are expanding and diversifying by day, the space economy is getting deeper Global competition heats up as the space economy grows. While space activities are expanding and diversifying day by day, the space economy is getting deeper and deeper. At present, the new address of global competition in space. As a result of this dramatic competition, the space industry is growing and the space economy is expanding. Russia has announced that it Read More

Turkey recycles 1.1M-ton plastic annually

23 November 2021 0

Turkey saves $1 billion every year by recycling 1.1 million tons of plastic waste, according to Turkey’s Recyclers Association (GEKADER). With Turkey’s Zero Waste project which started in 2010, the recycling ratio has increased to 22.4% from 13%. Turkey aims to reach its zero-emission target by 2053 and recycling plastic waste is the way forward. The plastic waste sector generates $1 billion annually by employing around 350,000 personnel in 1,300 firms. Fatih Eren, the head Read More

Turkish president gets COVID-19 vaccine

14 January 2021 0

With launch of nationwide vaccination campaign, Recep Tayyip Erdogan gets COVID-19 vaccine at Ankara City Hospital Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Thursday got the first dose of the COVID-19 vaccine. Arriving at Ankara City Hospital, Erdogan received the first dose of China’s CoronaVac vaccine. “I got vaccinated as well,” Erdogan said on the Telegram social network.https://www.youtube.com/embed/5yUFGyTWoVo Early Thursday, health workers in Turkey launched the first phase of the nationwide COVID-19 vaccination drive. Health Minister Read More

Qatar to continue investing in Turkey: Ambassador

30 December 2020 0

All components are available in Turkey to attract investors, says Qatari envoy Qatari Ambassador to Turkey Salem bin Mubarak Al Shafi said on Tuesday that relations between Qatar and Turkey are “exceptional, permanent, and enduring,” setting an “example to be emulated” on relations based on solid foundations. In an interview with Turkish daily Hurriyet, the ambassador also hailed Turkey’s relentless support for Qatar, which he said dates back to the era of the Ottoman Empire. Read More

Turkish drones real threat to enemies: UK defense chief

12 December 2020 0

Turkey’s unmanned aerial vehicle, the Bayraktar TB2, has been responsible for the destruction of hundreds of armored vehicles and even air defense systems in Syria, Libya, and elsewhere, the UK’s defense secretary said on Friday. “The roots of these drones are born out of Turkish innovation,” Ben Wallace said in a webinar organized by the Royal United Services Institute for Defense and Security Studies (RUSI), a British security think tank. “Prevented from gaining access to Read More

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