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Suspect Alparslan K. (49), who was shopping on e-commerce sites with the card information he obtained through the fake traffic ticket payment site he established on the Internet, was taken into custody. The suspect was caught on the police camera while taking his purchases from the cargo. An operation was carried out to see a person who shopped with the stolen card information by the Fraud Bureau of the Istanbul Police Department Public Security Branch. As a result of the studies, it was determined that the suspect received the card information of the people through the fake traffic ticket payment…

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A fire broke out in the IETT bus on the Istanbul Sultangazi TEM Highway.Y.U. The IETT bus under his administration started to burn for an unknown reason. Police, firefighters, and medical teams were dispatched to the scene upon the notification of the people around. As a result of the long efforts of the groups, the fire, which also frequently exploded, was extinguished. No one was killed or injured at the scene.) https://twitter.com/gchahal/status/1619593799491260416

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Tensions between Turkey and Greece continue. Greek politician Georgiadis, who also serves as the Minister of Development and Investment, spoke harshly about Erdoğan. As each country prepares for the elections, the tension between the two countries does not decrease. Making fun of Erdogan’s threats against Greece, Georgiadis said, “We laugh whenever we hear Erdogan’s statements that he may come suddenly one night.”Georgiadis said, “I want to say to Mr. Erdogan that if he comes at night, in the morning, or in the afternoon, our Rafale and Viper jets will defeat the Turkish air force, and we will seize air superiority…

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Turkey Issues New Travel Advisory for the US and Europe, in response to similar advisories from Western countries. The Turkish Foreign Ministry warned citizens against “dangerous levels of religious intolerance and hatred in Europe” and cited recent incidents of verbal and physical attacks against foreigners and racist acts in the United States. The move comes after anti-Islam comments by far-right activist Rasmus Paludan, who set fire to the Koran outside Turkish embassies in Stockholm and Copenhagen, led to protests in Turkey and increased diplomatic tension with these countries. In response, Norway, Sweden, and Denmark have urged their citizens in Turkey…

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Following reports that a Quran would be set ablaze during a series of protests in Copenhagen, Turkey summoned the Danish ambassador on Friday. https://twitter.com/gchahal/status/1619010243329142784?s=20&t=zS23BmxrODTf-YXJcBmMxg Rasmus Paludan, a far-right activist with Danish & Swedish citizenship, infuriated Turkey on January 21 by staging a Quran-burning protest in Sweden. He told a Swedish newspaper that he planned to hold a similar protest in front of the Turkish Embassy in Copenhagen every Friday until Sweden is admitted to NATO. He set fire to a copy of the Qur’an outside a Copenhagen mosque on Friday. As he spoke, the mosque’s loud music blared in an…

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While the burning of the Qur’an in front of the Turkish Embassy in Stockholm, Sweden, was condemned in the strongest terms by all of Turkey, Sweden said, “Sweden is a country with freedom of expression.” explanation came.Ziv Nevo Kulman, Israel’s Ambassador to Stockholm on his official Twitter account, said that the Torah burning action planned to take place in front of the embassy was canceled due to the Swedish government’s obstruction. After this announcement, relations between Sweden and Turkey are expected to become more strained.

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Turkey and Bulgaria are negotiating to improve their trade relations. Bulgarians want to increase their trade volume to 10 billion dollars. The Bulgarian delegation states that the agreement with BOTAŞ will be fruitful. Bulgarian Investment Agency InvestBulgaria organized a purchasing delegation program in Istanbul to develop cooperation and investment opportunities with Turkey. Bulgarian Minister of Technological Development and Development Alexander Poulev said, “There were meetings between the Presidents, there were historical agreements. This gives us great opportunities. We want to go further than the agreement with BOTAŞ and make more extensive agreements. We especially want to attract investors from Turkey.…

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A new one has been added to the news of violence in health in Turkey. After the hospital staff attacked the doctor with a knife, a lawsuit was filed against the team. That case is settled. Health Minister Fahrettin Koca made a statement on his official Twitter account. “The case regarding the knife attack by hospital staff on a physician working at the Istanbul Training and Research Hospital on June 4, 2022, was concluded at the Heavy Penal Court. he attacker was sentenced to 11 years in prison for attempted murder. We thank the judiciary.” they said.

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Mike Pompeo, who served as the Secretary of State of former President Donald Trump between 2018-2021 in the USA, published his memoirs in a book called “Never Give an Inch: Fighting for America I Love.” There are also parts about Turkey in the book.He described the meeting of then-Vice President Mike Pence and Erdoğan as follows; The United States announced on October 6, 2019, that it would withdraw its troops from northern Syria, and Turkey began Operation Peace Spring on October 9, 2019. Pence and Pompeo’s visit took place on October 17. Pompeo described the holiday with these words: “When…

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