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That's a very soggy doggy! Goofy photo of dog covered in soap suds...
That's a very soggy doggy! Goofy photo of dog covered in soap suds beats snaps by 130,000 applicants in top photo competition Guy Martin, who won the Current Affairs category for his portfolio on the civil disorder in Istanbul, Turkey said: 'These pictures were made with no assignment in hand and no particular desire to even make a coherent body of ... (more)
Mon Jul 28, 2014
In Focus: Istanbul, Turkey.
Istanbul is a unique destination: Spanning two continents, the city is a meeting point between east and west and offers a mix of modern skyscrapers and shopping centres and historic sites; It is the cultural and financial centre of Turkey and attracts a good mix of leisure and business demand.
Ramadan around the world
A Kashmiri Muslim reads the Koran, Islam's holy book, during the holy month of Ramadan at a shrine in downtown Srinagar, July 6, 2014.
Sun Jul 27, 2014
Police arrest the police in Today in Pictures
Anti-terror and riot police surround former colleagues detained on suspicion of spying or of illegally wiretapping government officials, including prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkey's spy chief, inside a courhouse in Istanbul, Turkey.
Environmental News Network
How to encourage recycling and feed stray animals at the same time
Istanbul, Turkey recently unveiled awesome new machines that help both the environment and needy animals.
Nadine Valentine gets grant to research wellness tourism
THE Caribbean Tourism Organisation has awarded Nadine Valentine, an office manager at the University of the West Indies , a US$2,500 tuition grant to conduct research on wellness tourism in Jamaica.
Fri Jul 25, 2014
Ecology Global Network
Smart Recycling Bin Aids Istanbul's Stray Dogs and Cats
Istanbul, Turkey, a city of 11.3 million people is estimated to have a population of stray dogs and cats reaching 150,000.
The Daily Star
Turkish business world backs boycott of Israeli goods
A group of people stage a demonstration to protest Israeli ongoing onslaughts within the 'Operation Protective Edge', killed at least 828 people and injured 5300 others since July 7, after Friday Prayer outside the New Mosque, also known Eminonu Mosque, in Istanbul, Turkey on july 25, 2014.
Vending Machine That Feeds Stray Animals
Turkey has over 150,000 stray cats and dogs. The solution, pet vending machines , which are just THE CUTEST thing ever.
Protests in Turkey over Syrian refugees
Violent demonstrations in Turkey suggest the country is overwhelmed by the influx of over a million refugees from Syria, and feeling the strain.
Thu Jul 24, 2014
The Jewish News Weekly
Rocket fire halts filming in Israel
The television drama will move its operations to Istanbul, Turkey, Variety reported July 16. Air raid sirens and ongoing rocket fire from Gaza have disrupted the production, and members of the cast and crew have posted on social media about the stresses of running to bomb shelters.
Voice of America
Turkey Feeling Strain From Hosting Syrian Refugees
Syrian refugee children scuffle with a waiter as they try to get a pack of food at an iftar event open to public during the Muslim holy fasting month of Ramadan in central Istanbul, July 17, 2014.
Chalcedon was an ancient maritime town of Bithynia, in Asia Minor. It was located almost directly opposite Byzantium, south of Scutari and it is now a district of the city of Istanbul named KadA kA y.
HVS In Focus: Istanbul, Turkey
Spanning two continents, Istanbul is a unique destination. This article provides an overview of the supply and demand factors currently affecting the city and a review of the hotel market performance.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Recycle Plastic Bottles in This Machine, and It Will Dispense Food for Stray Dogs
In Istanbul, Turkey, where an estimated 150,000 stray dogs and cats reportedly wander the streets, a Turkish company called Pugedon believes it has come up with a way to feed the animals: "Smart Recycling Boxes," a machine that dispenses food and water in exchange for recycled plastic bottles , Big Think reports.
Tue Jul 22, 2014
The Daily Star
Turkey's top preacher calls new 'caliphate' illegitimate
From left, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Turkey's President of Religious Affairs, Mehmet Gormez and Deputy Prime Minister Emrullah Isler attend the 'World Islamic Scholars Peace, Moderation and Commonsense Initiative' conference at the Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul, Turkey on July 17, 2014.
Tyrant Production Moved Amid Israeli/palestinian Conflict
Production on new U.S. drama series Tyrant has been relocated from Tel Aviv, Israel to Istanbul, Turkey amid the ongoing political unrest in the Middle East.
Highlights from Humanitarian Innovation Conference
This was one of the debates happening in the run up to the UN's World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul, Turkey, in 2016, where one of the main themes will be "transformation through innovation".
First international flight since Crimea became part of Russia leaves for Istanbul
First international flight since Crimea became part of Russia leaves for Istanbul Economy July 20, 1:46 updated at: July 20, 2:54 UTC+4 SIMFEROPOL, July 20. /ITAR-TASS/.