• Turkey: Death toll rises to 62 as flood hit in northwestern Black Sea provinces

    Published on : Monday, August 16, 2021

    Turkey has sent evacuation ships to evacuate people and vehicles from a northern town on the Black Sea that was hard hit by flooding. This deadly flooding snatches 62 lives and many residents are still missing. The torrential rains batters …

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  • Turkey Bus Disaster kills four Russian tourists; 16 injured

    Published on : Tuesday, August 3, 2021

    A bus carrying foreign tourists overturned in the Turkish province of Antalya, killing four Russian tourists and injuring 16. The accident happened in the Side area on Monday evening, August 2 at about 6PM local time, near the town of Manavgat …

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  • Offbeat places to visit in Turkey for a post pandemic getaway

    Published on : Friday, June 25, 2021

    After the COVID-19 pandemic wrecked havoc across the world, the travel and tourism industry came to a standstill. However, several countries around the world have started to open its door to tourism again after a long period of lockdown and …

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  • Exploring the top tourist attractions in Turkey

    Published on : Wednesday, June 2, 2021

    Known for its history, nature, and gastronomy, Turkey is one of the most-love tourist places in the world today. The country has always been a hub for cultural interaction and reflects the diversity of civilizations it has welcomed for centuries. …

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  • Turkey eases strictures on travel for tourists despite lockdown

    Published on : Tuesday, May 18, 2021

    A 17-day confinement remained in effect in Turkey on Sunday, ahead of the easing of some restrictions on Monday, while restaurants and cafes will remain closed, the Interior Minister said. Other restrictions that are to remain in effect include a …

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  • Tourism promotion video sets off severe anger in Turkey

    Published on : Monday, May 17, 2021

    Recently, a tourism promotion video of the Turkish government showing airline and hospitality staff wearing yellow masks with a logo saying “Enjoy! I am vaccinated” has prompted extensive hatred and anger across the country. The opposition leaders have explained that …

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  • Turkey fears cancellation of CL final will hurt tourism

    Published on : Monday, May 10, 2021

    Turkey is in talks with European soccer’s governing body UEFA about the Champions League final, which is due to be played in Istanbul but was thrown into doubt after the United Kingdom government placed the country on its travel “red …

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  • Turkey to exempt foreigners from curfew

    Published on : Thursday, May 6, 2021

    Turkey, which is under lockdown since April 26, has decided to keep out foreign travelers from curfew, who are visiting the country. The lockdown will last until May 17th to curb virus cases across the country. Turkey’s Culture and Tourism …

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  • Turkey not taking any chances despite decline in virus cases

    Published on : Friday, April 30, 2021

    The daily number of new COVID-19 infections in Turkey has declined from more than 60,000 to 43,000 in the past week. However, in spite of that, the Turkish government is no longer taking any chances. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has …

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  • Turkey asked to think on tighter lockdown in order to save tourism season

    Published on : Tuesday, April 27, 2021

    Turkey’s cabinet will discuss adopting a tighter lockdown on Monday as President Tayyip Erdogan tries to prevent a second lost year of tourism revenues, officials said. After the last cabinet meeting two weeks ago, as coronavirus cases surged, Erdogan reined …

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