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Turkey to allow indoor dining as COVID figures drop

Turkey will roll back coronavirus restrictions to allow indoor dining and end weekend lockdowns, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Monday, Agence France-Presse reported. Erdoğan...

Police raid mosque to disperse members of anti-gov’t religious group in SE Turkey

Turkish police on Monday raided a mosque in the southeastern province of Gaziantep and detained eight followers of an anti-government religious group who wanted...

Turkish health minister attended funeral secretly to avoid criticism over violation of COVID measures

Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca attended the funeral of the mother of another minister in İstanbul secretly on Sunday to avoid public criticism due...

Turkey eases coronavirus restrictions, reopens most restaurants, schools

Turkey on Monday reopened most restaurants for indoor dining and allowed more students to return to school as it rolled back tough coronavirus restrictions,...

Thousands of businesses in İstanbul, Ankara halt operations amid COVID-19

A total of 20,000 businesses in İstanbul and 15,000 in the Turkish capital city of Ankara have had to halt operations, some permanently, due...

İstanbul Municipality takes new measures to contain pandemic

The Municipality of İstanbul, Turkey’s most populous city, has announced new measures aimed at bringing the surging number of coronavirus infections in the city...

Turkey to reopen universities on Oct. 1 under COVID-19 measures

Turkey will reopen universities on Oct. 1 with measures in place to counter the coronavirus, the country’s higher education board announced on Friday, the...

Turkey’s economic confidence rebounds by 11.8 percent in July

Turkey's economic confidence index rebounded 11.8 percent month-on-month in July to 82.2 points, Turkish Statistical Institute data showed on Thursday, the third month of...

Turkish parliament allows Erdoğan to extend layoff ban until July 2021: report

Turkey’s parliament on Thursday approved a law allowing President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to extend a layoff ban imposed to combat the economic impact of...

Turkey advises barbershop customers to be quiet under coronavirus measures

Turkey’s Health Ministry has updated a pandemic guideline for barbershops and hair salons, urging the absence of mobile phones while serving customers and minimum...

92 journalists prosecuted in Turkey amid coronavirus measures: report

Despite the coronavirus measures in effect in Turkey between March 17 and June 15, 92 journalists were prosecuted in 59 trials in nine provinces,...

Young people more skeptical of Turkish gov’t plan to ease COVID-19 restrictions: poll

Young people in Turkey have a relatively more negative view of the government’s move to reopen cafés, teahouses and restaurants aimed at normalization after...

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