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President Abdullah Gül has stated Turkey’s courtrooms will arrive at the decision on whether to release from prison deputies presently under arrest in light of the information they have and under laws presently in effect.  “Now courts will construe the newly adopted laws.

President Abdullah Gül has stated Turkey’s courtrooms will arrive at the decision on whether to release from prison deputies presently under arrest in light of the information they have and under laws presently in effect. “Now courts will construe the newly adopted laws.

President Abdullah Gül denounced on Monday an Egyptian court decision to sentence 683 people to death, saying such rulings are “incomprehensible, unbelievable and impossible to accept.” Speaking at a press conference with his German counterpart, Joachim Gauck, in Ankara, Gül also said such rulings “harm” Egypt’s future as well. “Egypt needs stability, peace and rapid economic […]

President Abdullah Gül denounced on Monday an Egyptian court decision to sentence 683 people to death, saying such rulings are “incomprehensible, unbelievable and impossible to accept.” Speaking at a press conference with his German counterpart, Joachim Gauck, in Ankara, Gül also said such rulings “harm” Egypt’s future as well. “Egypt needs stability, peace and rapid economic […]

The name of the bridge was announced by President Abdullah Gül as the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, in honor of Ottoman Sultan Selim I (1470–1520), who expanded the Ottoman Empire into the Middle East and North Africa in 1514–1517 and obtained the title of Caliph of Islam for the Ottoman dynasty after his conquest of Egypt in 1517. He was nicknamed Yavuz, traditionally translated in English as "grim," but closer to "stern" or "implacable" in meaning.

The name of the bridge was announced by President Abdullah Gül as the Yavuz Sultan Selim Bridge, in honor of Ottoman Sultan Selim I (1470–1520), who expanded the Ottoman Empire into the Middle East and North Africa in 1514–1517 and obtained the title of Caliph of Islam for the Ottoman dynasty after his conquest of Egypt in 1517. He was nicknamed Yavuz, traditionally translated in English as "grim," but closer to "stern" or "implacable" in meaning.

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Pink Taxi is a response to widespread sexual harassment but critics say it segregates women without addressing the problem

Egypt's women-only taxi service promises protection from male drivers

Pink Taxi is a response to widespread sexual harassment but critics say it segregates women without addressing the problem

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