Can an apology start with 'if needed be'? Is the venue of an official apology the meeting of the heads of provincial branches of the ruling party? How much of an apology is it that does not have a concrete response? How consistent is it when the Turkification policy, which cannot be limited only to history, is still alive?
I genuinely consider the Dersim debate important. It really does not matter whether the prime minister has disclosed already known documents or he has brought up this topic to wear down the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP).
Disbelief, even a scoff or two, was my reaction when I read the argument by daily Milliyet columnist Can Dündar connecting a WikiLeaks embassy cable from Kabul on media management to this past week’s buzz on the cover of Time magazine.
Ratings agency Moody’s slashed Hungary’s credit note, sending the economy to ‘junk’ status for the first time since 1996. The forint plummeted against the euro, while the government in Budapest complained of a ‘financial attack’ against the economy.
25/11/2011 BUDAPEST, Hungary - The Associated Press
Denizli State Theater, the 55th State Theater, opened its curtains for the first time Nov. 24 with a play written and directed by playwright Haldun Dormen.
25/11/2011 DENİZLİ - Anatolia News Agency
Tel Aviv’s recently expanded modern art museum, with its dazzling new building no less an attraction than the art showcased inside, has given a home to hundreds of displaced Israeli works and helped boost the city’s cultural scene.
25/11/2011 TEL AVIV - Reuters
Ottoman classical music was nurtured at Topkapı Palace from earlier traditions in the court at Edirne. While early compositions remain a mystery, the customs of the Ottoman classical style are still used to ring in the new year.
25/11/2011 Turkish Daily News
French President Nicolas Sarkozy said Friday it would be madness to reduce his country's huge reliance on nuclear power, despite worldwide wariness after Japan's Fukushima disaster and protests this week over the dangers of waste.
25/11/2011 PIERRELATTES, France - The Associated Press
A traditional form of weaving by Bedouin women and a healing prayer sung by Peru’s Huachipaire people were added Friday to UNESCO’s list of “intangible heritage” in need of preservation.
25/11/2011 DENPASAR, Indonesia - Agence France-Presse
A Moroccan art company sells Arab, Turkish and Iranian contemporary artists’ photographs Nov. 26. Comprised of 70 photos, the sale includes works by Turkish artists, such as Burçak Bingöl and Zerrin Göktan.
25/11/2011 CASABLANCA - Turkish Daily News
Gilles Peterson is taking the stage at Babylon on Nov. 26.
25/11/2011 ISTANBUL- Turkish Daily News
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