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4G balloons bring hope of connectivity in remote Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya  The balloons carrying routers to allow 4G internet links to sleepy Baringo town and adjoining villages in Kenya have brought a new hope of connectivity in the region. This...

Saudi prince suspect in Khashoggi murder case: UN official

GENEVA  A UN official has said that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) was a prime suspect in the case of the murder of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi in...

Photography enthusiasts to bid for prized photos by Ara Guler

Late photographer's signature black and white views of Istanbul, portraits of writer Yasar Kemal to be up for bidding

Kashmir embedded in China’s goal for supremacy: Author

British author Humphrey Hawksley in his novel 20 years ago portrayed war between India, Pakistan and China

Algeria opposes Libya’s division

Algerian foreign minister told Anadolu Agency his country maintains good relations with all Libyan sides

Turkish staffers in Bangladesh pray for July 15 martyrs

DHAKA, Bangladesh Turkish officials in Bangladesh held special prayers in the capital Dhaka, marking the 4th anniversary of the 2016 defeated coup attempt in Turkey. "We do not forget our martyrs,"...

Focus on low-performing students will add $6.3T to Turkish economy

ANKARA Turkey has seen good progress over the last decade, not just enrolling more students in education but also raising the learning standards of these students, said Andreas Schleicher, founder...

Prison death spotlights Palestinian plight in Israel

GAZA CITY, Palestine The recent death of Palestinian prisoner Sa’di al-Gharabli in Israel has put the issue of long-serving Palestinian prisoners under the spotlight.  Al-Gharabli, 75, died at Assaf Harofeh medical...

Tanzania: Discovery of gemstones turns a miner rich overnight

DAR ES SALAAM, Tanzania A small-scale semiliterate artisanal miner in the East African country of Tanzania became a millionaire overnight after his mining team unearthed the world’s two largest rough...

Nepal: Death toll from floods climbs to 23

KATHMANDU, Nepal The death toll from floods in Nepal rose to 23, while 35 others were missing as torrential monsoon rains continued to lash the country, a government official said...

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UK 'stands with' all feeling Srebrenica genocide pain

LONDON British administration on Saturday “reiterated the UK’s commitment to supporting reconciliation across the Western Balkans,” on the occasion of the 25th anniversary of the...

Galatasaray long for win as 2020 brings agony

ANKARA The 2018 and 2019 Turkish champions Galatasaray are currently facing a nightmarish football season, having a winless streak for seven league matches. Turkish head coach...

4G balloons bring hope of connectivity in remote Kenya

NAIROBI, Kenya  The balloons carrying routers to allow 4G internet links to sleepy Baringo town and adjoining villages in Kenya have brought a new hope...

Saudi prince suspect in Khashoggi murder case: UN official

GENEVA  A UN official has said that Saudi Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) was a prime suspect in the case of the murder of...

Photography enthusiasts to bid for prized photos by Ara Guler

Late photographer's signature black and white views of Istanbul, portraits of writer Yasar Kemal to be up for bidding

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