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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-08-22

Anadolu Agency: News in English Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] ALEPPO METROPOLITAN YAZICI: ''PROBLEMS AMONG COUNTRIES SHOULD BE SOLVED THROUGH DIALOGUE''
  • [02] GONUL: ''WE HAVE BEEN EXPENDING EFFORTS TO IMPROVE OUR RELATIONS WITH SERBIA-MONTENEGRO''
  • [03] BOAT CARRYING ILLEGAL MIGRANTS SINKS IN EDREMIT, KILLING ONE AFGHAN
  • [04] BOTAS INITIATES TENDER PROCESS FOR TURN-KEY DELIVERY OF TURKEY-GREECE NATURAL GAS PIPELINE PROJECT
  • [05] JOURNALIST-WRITER MUMCU COMMEMORATED
  • [06] THREE TURKISH SPORTSMEN TO COMPETE IN THREE CATEGORIES TOMORROW
  • [07] GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING NATIONAL TEAM LEAVES FOR ATHENS
  • [08] TURKISH GENDARMERY CAPTURE ONE TERRORIST IN MARDIN
  • [09] A MONUMENTAL FOUNTAIN UNEARTHED IN ANCIENT CITY OF SAGALASSOS
  • [10] DIYARBAKIR TO HOST THIRD INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE EAST INDUSTRY FAIR
  • [11] GUL: ''THERE IS NOT ANY MILITARY OPERATION IN NORTHERN PART OF IRAQ''
  • [12] GONUL RETURNS TO TURKEY
  • [13] ISRAELI MOUNTAINEER HANELIRUR DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL
  • [14] ROCK'N COKE FESTIVAL STARTS
  • [15] KILIC: ''KOSOVO WANTS TO FURTHER IMPROVE ITS RELATIONS WITH TURKEY''
  • [16] ARTIST KARABABA PAINTS WORLD'S LARGEST PORTRAIT
  • [17] STARBUCKS COFFEE OPENED IN ANKARA
  • [18] NUMBER OF TOURISTS VISITING TRABZON INCREASES
  • [19] FIRST TOILET AND SEWER SYSTEM OF PREHISTORIC PERIOD FOUND IN VAN
  • [20] TRNC FOREIGN MINISTER DENKTAS SENDS A LETTER TO PAPADOPOULOS: -''NEGATIVE ATTITUDE OF GREEK CYPRIOTS HAS CONSTITUTED OBSTACLE IN
  • [21] OTTOMAN COSTUMES TO BE DISPLAYED IN BURSA
  • [22] ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES -THREE TURKISH ATHLETES TO COMPETE TOMORROW
  • [23] EXPORTS OF FURNITURE FROM IZMIR INCREASE
  • [24] ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES -GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING NATIONAL TEAM DUE TO ATHENS
  • [25] TRABZON STATE THEATRE DUE TO RUSSIA

  • [01] ALEPPO METROPOLITAN YAZICI: ''PROBLEMS AMONG COUNTRIES SHOULD BE SOLVED THROUGH DIALOGUE''

    ISKENDERUN - Bolis Yazici, Syria's Aleppo Metropolitan, said that problems among countries should be solved through dialogue.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar - 14:27

    [02] GONUL: ''WE HAVE BEEN EXPENDING EFFORTS TO IMPROVE OUR RELATIONS WITH SERBIA-MONTENEGRO''

    BURSA - Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul said on Sunday about the Defense Industry Cooperation Agreement between Turkey and Serbia-Montenegro, ''we have been trying to improve our relations with Serbia-Montenegro.''

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar - 14:01

    [03] BOAT CARRYING ILLEGAL MIGRANTS SINKS IN EDREMIT, KILLING ONE AFGHAN

    EDREMIT - One Afghan died when a boat carrying illegal migrants sank off Altinoluk hamlet of Edremit town in western Balikesir province on Sunday.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar - 12:49

    [04] BOTAS INITIATES TENDER PROCESS FOR TURN-KEY DELIVERY OF TURKEY-GREECE NATURAL GAS PIPELINE PROJECT

    ANKARA - Another energy project aiming to contribute to further improvement of existing economic and commercial relations between Turkey and Greece will be put into practice in the coming days.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 12:40

    [05] JOURNALIST-WRITER MUMCU COMMEMORATED

    ANKARA - Journalist-writer Ugur Mumcu, who was killed in a bomb attack on January 24, 1993, was commemorated on Sunday.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 12:08

    [06] THREE TURKISH SPORTSMEN TO COMPETE IN THREE CATEGORIES TOMORROW

    ATHENS - Three Turkish sportsmen will compete in three categories in the tenth day of the 28th Summer Olympic Games in Greek capital Athens on Monday.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 12:04

    [07] GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING NATIONAL TEAM LEAVES FOR ATHENS

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Greco-Roman wrestling national team left for Greek capital Athens on Sunday to participate in the 28th Summer Olympic Games.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 11:59

    [08] TURKISH GENDARMERY CAPTURE ONE TERRORIST IN MARDIN

    MARDIN - Turkish gendarmery captured one member of PKK/Kongra-Gel terrorist organization in Dargecit town of eastern Mardin province on Sunday.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 10:56

    [09] A MONUMENTAL FOUNTAIN UNEARTHED IN ANCIENT CITY OF SAGALASSOS

    BURDUR - A monumental fountain including a statue of Apollon was unearthed in the ancient city of Sagalassos near Aglasun town in southern province of Burdur.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 10:54

    [10] DIYARBAKIR TO HOST THIRD INTERNATIONAL MIDDLE EAST INDUSTRY FAIR

    DIYARBAKIR - All preparatory works were completed for the Third International Middle East Industry Fair to be held in southeastern province of Diyarbakir.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 10:34

    [11] GUL: ''THERE IS NOT ANY MILITARY OPERATION IN NORTHERN PART OF IRAQ''

    KAYSERI - Turkish Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul said on Saturday, ''some newspapers claimed that five thousand Turkish soldiers launched an operation in northern Iraq. These press reports are totally baseless.''

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 10:26

    [12] GONUL RETURNS TO TURKEY

    ISTANBUL - Turkish National Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul returned to Turkey late on Saturday after completing his official visit to Serbia-Montenegro.

    22 Ašustos 2004 Pazar -- 10:26

    [13] ISRAELI MOUNTAINEER HANELIRUR DISCHARGED FROM HOSPITAL

    RIZE - Conat Hanelirur, an Israeli mountaineer who was rescued and hospitalized after felling from the Kackar Mountains in northern Turkey, was discharged from hospital on Saturday.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 16:21

    [14] ROCK'N COKE FESTIVAL STARTS

    ISTANBUL - The second Rock'n Coke Festival started at Hezarfen Airport in Istanbul on Saturday.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 15:55

    [15] KILIC: ''KOSOVO WANTS TO FURTHER IMPROVE ITS RELATIONS WITH TURKEY''

    PRISTINA - Metin Kilic, the undersecretary of Turkish Coordination Bureau in Kosovo said on Saturday that Kosovo wanted to further improve its relations with Turkey.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 15:54

    [16] ARTIST KARABABA PAINTS WORLD'S LARGEST PORTRAIT

    ANKARA - Cemil Karababa, known as ''Painter of Kings'', painted the largest portrait of the world.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 14:47

    [17] STARBUCKS COFFEE OPENED IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - Famous coffee shop Starbucks Coffee opened a branch in Ankara.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 13:47

    [18] NUMBER OF TOURISTS VISITING TRABZON INCREASES

    TRABZON - The number of Turkish and foreign tourists visiting northeastern province of Trabzon increased by 11.16 percent in the first six months of 2004 when compared to the same period last year.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 13:33

    [19] FIRST TOILET AND SEWER SYSTEM OF PREHISTORIC PERIOD FOUND IN VAN

    VAN - The first toilet and sewer system of prehistoric period was found in an Urartian castle in Gurpinar town of eastern province of Van.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 12:16

    [20] TRNC FOREIGN MINISTER DENKTAS SENDS A LETTER TO PAPADOPOULOS: -''NEGATIVE ATTITUDE OF GREEK CYPRIOTS HAS CONSTITUTED OBSTACLE IN FRONT OF OPENING OF SECONDARY SCHOOL IN KARPAZ''

    LEFKOSA - As preparatory efforts have been continuing for opening of a Greek Cypriot secondary school in Dipkarpaz with permission of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) government, Greek Cypriots' negative attitude about technical details has jeopardized the process.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 11:37

    [21] OTTOMAN COSTUMES TO BE DISPLAYED IN BURSA

    BURSA - A total of 70 costumes and 350 pieces of jewelry, which were used in Anatolia and Rumelia parts of the Ottoman Empire in the 17th century, will be displayed in Uluumay Ottoman Costumes and Jewelry Museum in northwestern province of Bursa.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 11:11

    [22] ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES -THREE TURKISH ATHLETES TO COMPETE TOMORROW

    ATHENS - A total of three Turkish athletes will compete in two categories on Sunday in Athens Olympic Games.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 10:59

    [23] EXPORTS OF FURNITURE FROM IZMIR INCREASE

    IZMIR - Izmir Young Businessmen's Association (IGID) Executive Board Chairman and Alfemo Furniture Director General Ramazan Davulcuoglu said on Saturday that exports of furniture from western province of Izmir increased 43 percent to 12.6 million U.S. dollars in the first seven months of 2004.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 10:57

    [24] ATHENS OLYMPIC GAMES -GRECO-ROMAN WRESTLING NATIONAL TEAM DUE TO ATHENS

    ISTANBUL - Turkish Greco-Roman wrestling national team will leave for Greek capital Athens on Sunday to participate in the 28th Summer Olympic Games.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 10:40

    [25] TRABZON STATE THEATRE DUE TO RUSSIA

    TRABZON - The Trabzon State Theatre (TDT) will stage William Shakespeare's ''Twelfth Night'' in Voronej, Russia, between September 23 and 28, 2004 as the guest of the Koltsov Drama Theatre.

    21 Ašustos 2004 Cumartesi -- 10:31


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