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  1. A trio of Turkish delightsRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Iol.co.za

    The day before my trip to Turkey, my friend Sharlene demanded I stop in Greme, and reluctantly I did. And for that I am eternally grateful.

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  2. The view over the pool and to the sea beyond at nightRead the original story w/Photo

    9 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

    So busy we kept muttering to ourselves throughout our stay at the five-star Kempinski Hotel Barbaros Bay. So busy we hardly stopped for breath.

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  3. Traveling like sultans in Rome, Athens and IstanbulRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | The Washington Post

    A brief rain shower in Istanbul forced the McGill family underground to the subterranean Basilica Cistern. Then they channeled characters from the Ottoman empire.

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  4. Ready, steady, goRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | Turkish Daily News

    Amid the heated debates about NATO's collective defense capabilities' relevance in new, evolving security challenges in its eastern and southern flanks, NATO Foreign Ministers' Summit met in Antalya, Turkey between 13-14 May 2015. The two-day gathering was the first time since April 2011 that ministers met outside Brusels' NATO headquarters.

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  5. Even unplugged teens can still savour Turkish delightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday | The Peninsula

    By Brigid Schulte As I stood in the basket of the hot air balloon at dawn in the fantastical landscape of Cappadocia, Turkey, clutching my 13-year-old daughter's arm in terror, I realised that this is the very reason why travelling with teenagers can be such an adventure. Just as they so expertly know how to push your buttons at home, they can also push you out of your comfort zone on a trip.

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  6. Christin Pschichholz: Germany Was Well Aware Of Armenians' MassacresRead the original story

    Tuesday May 19 | Groong

    CHRISTIN PSCHICHHOLZ: GERMANY WAS WELL AWARE OF ARMENIANS' MASSACRES May 19, 2015 08:50 EXCLUSIVE Studying the materials in the German Foreign Ministry archive, fellow associate and historian at the University of Potsdam Christin Pschichholz asserts that the secular and religious authorities of the German Empire were well aware of the Armenian Genocide committed in the Ottoman Empire. Mediamax had an exclusive interview with Christin Pschichholz.

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  7. The California Courier Online, May 21, 2015Read the original story

    Monday May 18 | Groong

    The California Courier Online, May 21, 2015 1 - Commentary US Lawmakers Violated Laws, Taking Trips to Azerbaijan & Turkey By Harut Sassounian Publisher, The California Courier www.TheCaliforniaCourier.com 2 - AIWA to Celebrate Seroon Yeretzian at L.A. Exhibit of Art and Poetry, May 21 3 - AUA Receives $1 Million Gift for Student Scholarship Endowment 4 - New Armenian Genocide Monument Unveiled at Scottsdale, Arizona College 5 - Armenia Named Winner of Venice Biennale Festival 6 - U.S. Purchase of Armenian Power Plants Completed 7 - Chilean Parliament Recognizes Armenian Genocide on April 14 8- Egypt Seeks Closer Ties With Armenia 9 - Etchmiadzin May Also File Claims Against Turkey for Properties 10 - 12 `Hidden' Armenians Baptized to Complete Return to their Identity 11 - NFL Pro Bowl Kicker Garo Yepremian Dies of Cancer ... (more)

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  8. Turkey achieved better than Obamacare: Deputy PMRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | Turkish Daily News

    Deputy Prime Minister Ali Babacan has said the Turkish government has passed health reforms that could not even be realized by U.S. President Barack Obama. "Obama tried to carry out a health reform, but the draft law didn't pass Congress.

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  9. The top 10 coffee shops for a first date in TorontoRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 18 | BlogTO

    Coffee shops for a first date in Toronto should provide an ambiance that suits your personalities. They may even reveal a bit about you or your potential hook-up and lend topics of conversation to save you from awkward silences.

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  10. Hackaday Links: May 17, 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | Hack a day

    Here's a worthwhile Kickstarter for once: the Prishtina Hackerspace . Yes, that's a Kickstarter for a hackerspace in Kosovo.

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  11. Turkish naval visit to Hong Kong sends message of its global ambitionsRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 17 | South China Morning Post

    The Turkish navy is paying a rare visit to Hong Kong and mainland waters this week, in a four-day trip that analysts describe as a shrewd move by the European nation to show its traditional allegiance to the West, but also its desire to build ties in Asia, particularly with China. Last night, Turkey's top diplomat in Hong Kong, Haldun Tekneci, hosted a reception aboard the frigate TCG Gediz, which docked on Friday in the country's first naval visit for four years.

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  12. On an international vacation, even unplugged teens find Turkish delightsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday May 14 | The Washington Post

    As I stood in the basket of the hot air balloon at dawn in the fantastical landscape of Cappadocia, Turkey, clutching my 13-year-old daughter's arm in terror, I realized that this is the very reason why traveling with teenagers can be such an adA venA ture. Just as they so expertly know how to push your buttons at home, they can also push you out of your comfort zone on a trip.

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  13. Viking Star Towed into LondonRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Marine News

    Kotug Rotortugs RT Ambition and RT Evolution were charged with a special task this morning as they towed new cruise ship Viking Star on her first call to the Port of London. RT Ambition and RT Evolution towed Viking Star through the Thames Tidal Barrier on the Upper River Thames and assisted her to swing and berth at Greenwich, towage operator Kotug said.

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  14. The New Aircraft Design That Could Solve Boarding NightmaresRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday May 12 | Skift

    We need more tomorrow thinking like this if the passenger experience is really going to improve in the coming decades. But no one wants to build a new aircraft around a CIGAR just now.

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  15. British-Canadian couple cycles 20,000 km from UK to JapanRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday May 11 | Daily Mail

    Personal butlers, a barge used by the Queen and African wildlife outside the bedroom window: The most extravagant river cruises revealed Inside the 10,000 a night suite at the Shard: Super-luxury hotel room comes with the best view in London Actor Jeremy Piven among passengers held 'hostage' on British Airways plane for hours after bad weather forced London to New York flight to divert Bottoms up! World's most expensive tasting flight allows passengers to sip tequila in Gulfstream private jet for $500,000 Now that's an all-you-can-eat buffet! Spectacular moment hundreds of dolphins cause mayhem during feeding frenzy off coast of South Africa Passenger sues United Airlines for $5MILLION after claiming $7.99 subscription to watch TV on board only worked for 'last ten minutes' of four-hour flight Stay on an alpaca farm or spend the night an old school bus: The rental website that shuns ... (more)

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  16. Businesses not yet seeing tangible deals from Turkey tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday May 10 | Concord Monitor

    Nearly a year after Gov. Maggie Hassan's controversial trade mission to Turkey with representatives from seven New Hampshire businesses, there are few tangible results such as new sales, contracts or distribution deals. But when it comes to international trade, officials say it's too early to see any deals inked and that the weeklong trip last June launched new relationships that are likely to prove beneficial down the line.

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  17. Travel: Exploring the treasures of TurkeyRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | Scotsman.com

    Congratulations, you're now registered! Let us know what news and updates you want to hear about and we'll send them straight to your inbox. A WALKING holiday along part of the Lycian Way offers spectacular views, historic sites, lovely beaches - and time to relx, finds Alison Gray A spring walking holiday in Corsica that led us from the mountains to the sea, following old drovers' paths, first got us hooked on the concept of trekking breaks.

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  18. Businesses not yet seeing tangible deals from Turkey tripRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | KVBC-TV Las Vegas

    New Hampshire's economy has yet to see tangible benefits from Gov. Maggie Hassan's trade trip to Turkey last year, which state officials and businesses say provided a solid footing for future deals. Republicans are still critical of the Democratic governor's decision to lead the trip, which cost the state $15,000, after she imposed a ban on out-of-state travel.

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  19. New Hampshire Businesses Not Yet Seeing Tangible Deals From Turkey Trade MissionRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday May 9 | New Hampshire Public Radio -

    New Hampshire's economy has yet to see tangible benefits from Gov. Maggie Hassan's trade trip to Turkey last year, which state officials and businesses say provided a solid footing for future deals. Republicans are still critical of the Democratic governor's decision to lead the trip, which cost the state $15,000, after she imposed a ban on out-of-state travel.

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  20. DC --Read the original story w/Photo

    Friday May 8 | Ask MetaFilter

    My sister-in-law is getting married in Ankara, Turkey in August. I plan to go, but need help with making travel arrangements or just general Ankara help.

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