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  1. VisitandCare.com Announces Record Demand for Plastic Surgery in TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    19 hrs ago | PRWeb

    VisitandCare.com reports that revenue for its plastic surgery providers in Turkey has gone up more than 79 percent in 2014, marking five straight years of growth. The medical tourism company also reported total revenue tripled for its entirety of partnered medical providers since October 2012.


  2. An open letter to the mayor of GaziantepRead the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    Known for its famed cuisine, Gaziantep has much to offer in culture and tourism. But it has too few authentic restaurants serving its traditional cooking, writes Wilco Van Herpen Dear mayor of Gaziantep, Fatma Sahin: Last week I had the privilege of traveling around your beautiful city.


  3. Turkey: ESL Teachers Needed in Turkey! With Bonus and Benefits Included! Apply NowRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | TEFL.com

    I/We have read and accept the Terms and Conditions of TEFL Professional Network Ltd. and confirm this acceptance by entering my/our user name and password above and accessing the service. OXFORD ENGLISH ACADEMY We are an Oxford based language school franchise network.


  4. The ins and outs of international coffee diplomacyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 28 | Boston.com

    Ambassador Peter Selfridge, who leads the Office of the Chief of Protocol for the United States, during a recent chat at Juan Valdez, a cafe with an international flare in Washington, D.C. It would be a shame to squander world peace by serving tea to an Italian or espresso to an Asian. Perhaps it's a stretch.


  5. Eastern Turkey: Top ten destinationsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Sep 27 | The New Zealand Herald

    Commemorating the centenary of the 1915 Gallipoli ANZAC campaign, many New Zealand travellers will be visiting Turkey in 2015. Explore beyond Istanbul to the eastern regions of the country, which are fascinating and largely unvisited by foreign tourists.


  6. Clooney Nuptials Cause Rare Meteor Shower On Venice, Making ...Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 26 | Forbes.com

    "Back in the Pleistocene, at military school in the South, some of my dorm-mates and I started a mimeographed - remember mimeographs? - broadside called the Trusty Tribunal. We were pamphleteers in the 18th-century sense, with approximately the same tech, but at a military school -- M.A.S.H, basically, minus the operating rooms and the grownups.


  7. France wants Turkey to coordinate with EU's anti-jihadi fightRead the original story

    Thursday Sep 25 | Newkerala.com

    France has invited Turkey to sit in on a meeting of European Union interior ministers in Paris Nov 6 to improve coordination in the fight against jihadi networks in Europe. "It's a problem all European countries are facing," French Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve said in an interview Thursday with the Europe 1 radio station.


  8. Istanbul: This city of two cultures is alive with varietyRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Sep 25 | Times of Oman

    Given its perch at the brink of two continents and its provenance as the treasured capital of two empires, Istanbul seems perpetually at a crossroads. Yet it's perfectly at ease in its myriad personalities: as a buzzing European metropolis bedecked with classical Islamic architecture.


  9. Izmir, 1840-1880Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    'Ottoman Izmir: The Rise of a Cosmopolitan Port, 1840-1880' by Sibel Zandi-Sayek Somebody tried to convince me the other day that Izmir is the "pearl of Turkey," part of a kind of Turkish Riviera on the Aegean. It was late and he was drunk, but I've heard the same thing from plenty of others.


  10. Earnings for VisitandCare.com Hair Transplant Providers in Turkey...Read the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | PRWeb

    Inside the sleek and modernized clinics of Turkey, the greatest hair transplant doctors in the world are offering proven and permanent solutions to hair loss for men and women. Earnings for VisitandCare.com Turkish providers jumped to $3.4M, since last year.


  11. Have news will travelRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Sep 24 | Narooma News

    FOOTY SHOW: Rhonda Hill and Sharon Bate won two VIP tickets to the Footy Show and here they are with Paul "Fatty" Vautin and the Narooma News. MORNINGS ON NINE: Nine's morning show hosts David Campbell and Sonia Kruger with Rhonda Hill and Sharon Bate and the Narooma News.


  12. Review: 'Midnight at the Pera Palace' puts posh hotel at center of the making of modern TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Inside Bay Area

    If the Earth were a single state, Napoleon is reputed to have said, Istanbul would be its capital. He was likely referring to the ancient city's firmly rooted place as a crossroads and bridge between East and West, never entirely claiming either side as a parent.


  13. Turkey expands e-visa entry to Taiwanese passport holdersRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | ETaiwanNews.com

    Taipei, Sept. 23 Taiwanese passport holders can now travel to Turkey by land, air or sea with an e-visa to visit or do business in the country, Taiwan's Ministry of Foreign Affairs said Tuesday.


  14. Column: Blue Mosque: Domes and eggsRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Current in Carmel

    The Blue Mosque is one of Istanbul's most popular tourist destinations, often seen as an example of classic Islamic architecture. Ahmed I became Sultan of the Ottoman Empire in 1603, at age 13. After a series of military setbacks, Ahmed sought God's favor by building a mosque in Istanbul to rival the one built in 1558 by Suleiman the Magnificent, his much more successful predecessor.


  15. Wow! Turkey's Erdogan To Meet Jewish, Armenian Leaders In NYRead the original story

    Tuesday Sep 23 | Groong

    WOW! TURKEY'S ERDOGAN TO MEET JEWISH, ARMENIAN LEADERS IN NY! The Jewish Press Sept 22 2014 Turkey's President Erdogan is meeting with Jewish and Armenian leaders in New York -- but so what? By: Rachel Levy Roll out the red carpet! Make sure the horns are filled with lemon juice. Get out the brass band.


  16. U.S. envoy says Turkey's return of churches 'important priority'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | PanArmenian Network

    PanARMENIAN.Net - Advocating full respect for the rights of Turkey's ethnic and religious communities, including restoring ownership of religious property, will be a very important priority for me and my staff, U.S. ambassador to Turkey John Bass explained to Senator Mark Kirk in response to a series of questions posed by the Illinois legislator in the days leading up to the Ambassador's confirmation last week by the U.S. Senate, reported the Armenian National Committee of America . Senator Kirk's inquiries to ambassador Bass related primarily to U.S. policy regarding Armenian Genocide reaffirmation and Turkey's return of confiscated Armenian, Greek and Assyrian religious properties.


  17. Turkish electric car travels 2,500 kilometers for only $17Read the original story w/Photo

    Sep 13, 2011 | Turkish Daily News

    A Turkish-made electric car has travelled 2,500 kilometers to six cities in a journey, which began Sept. 15, and only cost 37.5 Turkish Liras .


  18. Turkey's President Erdogan is meeting with Jewish and Armenian leaders in New York -- but so what?Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday Sep 22 | The Jewish Press

    Roll out the red carpet! Make sure the horns are filled with lemon juice. Get out the brass band.


  19. Rudy Maxa's WorldRead the original story

    Sunday Sep 21 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    Building on five successful seasons of travel shows featuring Europe and the Pacific Rim, award-winning travel journalist Rudy Maxa broadens his horizons. Rudy offers his sophisticated take on a destination's history, culture, architecture, politics and cuisine, while also turning a journalistic eye to the people and lifestyles of Russia, Estonia, Turkey, India, Argentina, Japan and Thailand.


  20. Stefanie Dolson Cut From USA Women's Basketball TeamRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 21 | The Hartford Courant

    After leading by as many as 18 points, the USA lost to France 76-73 in the final game of the France International Tournament in Paris, a tune-up for the start of play in the FIBA World Championship next weekend in Turkey. Maya Moore sank her first 3-pointer of the game with just 17.8 seconds remaining to make it 71-70.