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Article n°1 “Hanligil believes that a city can change with sports and started his journey in Hakkari, where there are almost no social and sport activities for youth.” I agree with him. Sports is a powerful tool indeed. The turkish government supports sports activities in order to help the young people to integrate better into… » read more

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Le gouvernement chypriote grec excelle dans l’art du mensonge et de la manipulation. Le plan de paix de Kofi Annan en 2004 prévoyait le retrait progressif des militaires turcs de Chypre du nord. Mais les Chypriotes grecs ont quand même voté contre ce plan de paix (alors que les Chypriotes turcs ont voté “Oui”). Les… » read more

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Turkey is sailing to the European Union slowly, but it is sailing. That is very important. The Finnish Mr Olli Rehn (a friend of the turkish president Mr Abdullah Gül) does know that many politicians in the EU are subjective regarding the negotiations between Turkey and the EU. But he repeated a few times that… » read more

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As I wrote in my previous article, the ones within the military who planned a coup not only do not represent the turkish army, but also are traitors against the republic and Atatürk. They are traitors against Atatürk because a coup would have only caused huge damage to Turkey. I do believe that those traitors… » read more

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Well I didn’t find any news on euractiv (.fr, .com, .com.fr, and com.tr) regarding the election of the new president of the Council of Europe. It’s very surprising. As there is no article dealing with that subject on Euractiv, here is an article from the Hürriyet daily news (a turkish site in english where I… » read more

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Message to some politicians of the European Union who seem to forget the important role of Turkey during the cold war: Turkey never deserted the European Union. The European Union “adventure” of Turkey dates back to more than 40 years. Turkey always wanted to be a member of the EU for political reasons. Turkey is… » read more

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