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Greek Footballer Celebrates Winning Turkish League With Greek Flag

Kostas Mitroglou, a striker for Turkish football club Galatasaray, celebrated winning the Turkish League championship by unfolding a Greek flag on Sunday at Istanbul's...

Halki Summit III on Ecological Awareness to be Hosted By Ecumenical Patriarch

His All-Holiness Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew will host the third Halki Summit from May 31st to June 4th, 2019 in Turkey, according to a press...

”Sea Wolf”: Turkey’s Largest Military Exercise Begins Amid Rising Tensions

Turkey launched its largest annual military exercise, dubbed ''Sea Wolf,'' (Denizkurdu in Turkish) on Monday. The exercise is currently taking place across three fronts, including...

Turkish Official Repeats Ankara’s Will to Defend its ”Blue Homeland”

Colonel Tamer Zincir, an official belonging to the Turkish Defense Ministry, repeated on Monday the Turkish position regarding Ankara's rights to their so-called ''Blue...

Turkey Sends Letter to UN Declaring Drilling Intentions Inside Cyprus’ EEZ

Media reports disclosed on Sunday afternoon that Turkey sent a letter to the United Nation's (UN) Secretary General Antonio Guterres on March 28, informing him...

3,600-Year-Old Bronze Age Shipwreck Discovered Off Southern Turkey

A team of Turkish underwater researchers last week discovered what they believe to be the world’s oldest shipwreck, from approximately 1600 B.C. According to the...

US Warns Tourists of Terrorism Danger in Turkey

The US State Department raised the travel advisory level for Turkey to Level 3 this week, urging Americans to “reconsider travel to Turkey due...

Turkey Angry at Italian Parliament’s Vote to Recognize Armenian Genocide

The Turkish Foreign Ministry on Thursday strongly condemned the passing of a motion by the Italian parliament to recognize the 1915 Armenian genocide. “The motion...

Historic Sumela Monastery to Finally Reopen in May

The first section of the historic Greek Orthodox Sumela monastery, dedicated to the Virgin Mary, will re-open to the public on May 18, Turkish...

Hagia Sophia: The Center of Greek Orthodox Faith Through the Ages

Hagia Sophia in Istanbul (Constantinople) remains the symbolic center of the Greek Orthodox faith, even almost six centuries after its fall to the Ottomans....