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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-08-07

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] NUMBER OF IRAQI TRUCKS ENTERING TURKEY TO CARRY GOODS INCREASES
  • [02] EXPORTS FROM GAP REGION INCREASES BY 70 PERCENT
  • [03] NATIONAL ATHLETE AYHAN SAYS HER COACH AND DOCTORS DO NOT ALLOW HER TO ATTEND ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES DUE TO PROBLEM IN HER CALF
  • [04] MILITANT GROUP RELEASES A VIDEO TAPE OF A TURKISH TRUCK DRIVER
  • [05] BABACAN: ''WE FORESEE PERIOD OF STAND-BY ARRANGEMENT WITH IMF TO BE THREE YEARS''
  • [06] FOREIGN TRADE UNDERSECRETARY KAYALAR: ''TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM WITH KAZAKHSTAN IS SOLVED''
  • [07] ANKARA-ISTANBUL RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION RESTARTS
  • [08] AK PARTY TO ATTEND EPP
  • [09] PM ERDOGAN: ''NOBODY SHOULD PUT FORTH CYPRUS ISSUE AS A PRETEXT AGAINST TURKEY''

  • [01] NUMBER OF IRAQI TRUCKS ENTERING TURKEY TO CARRY GOODS INCREASES

    HABUR - The number of Iraqi plate trucks, which enter Turkey to carry goods to Iraq, increased after Turkish drivers were held hostage and murdered in Iraq, said officials on Saturday.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi - 16:19

    [02] EXPORTS FROM GAP REGION INCREASES BY 70 PERCENT

    GAZIANTEP - The export amount from Southeast Anatolia Project (GAP) region increased by 70 percent in the first seven months of 2004.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi - 15:10

    [03] NATIONAL ATHLETE AYHAN SAYS HER COACH AND DOCTORS DO NOT ALLOW HER TO ATTEND ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES DUE TO PROBLEM IN HER CALF

    ANKARA - National athlete Sureyya Ayhan Kop, who withdrew from the 28th Olympic Games, said on Saturday that she would like to attend the games but her aches, coach and doctors did not allow her participation.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi - 14:21

    [04] MILITANT GROUP RELEASES A VIDEO TAPE OF A TURKISH TRUCK DRIVER

    BAGHDAD - A militant group released a video tape on Saturday of a Turkish truck driver kidnapped in Iraq

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 13:49

    [05] BABACAN: ''WE FORESEE PERIOD OF STAND-BY ARRANGEMENT WITH IMF TO BE THREE YEARS''

    ANKARA - Turkish State Minister Ali Babacan said on Saturday that they foresee the period of stand-by deal with the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to be three years.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 13:29

    [06] FOREIGN TRADE UNDERSECRETARY KAYALAR: ''TRANSPORTATION PROBLEM WITH KAZAKHSTAN IS SOLVED''

    ANKARA - Turkish Foreign Trade Undersecretary Tuncer Kayalar said on Saturday that transportation problem with Kazakhstan was solved.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 12:23

    [07] ANKARA-ISTANBUL RAILWAY TRANSPORTATION RESTARTS

    ISTANBUL/ANKARA - Ankara-Istanbul railway connection, which stopped due to high-speed train derailment in Sakarya, resumed on Saturday.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 12:22

    [08] AK PARTY TO ATTEND EPP

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Justice and Development Party (AK Party) would attend European People's Party (EPP) group in the European Parliament (EP).

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 11:02

    [09] PM ERDOGAN: ''NOBODY SHOULD PUT FORTH CYPRUS ISSUE AS A PRETEXT AGAINST TURKEY''

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that nobody should put forth Cyprus issue as a pretext against Turkey.

    07 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 10:44


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