One killed, seven injured, in cable car acccident

ANTALYA, TURKEY – A devastating accident involving a cable car in southern Turkey resulted in one fatality and seven injuries on Friday. The incident occurred when a cable car pod collided with a pole, causing it to rupture and its occupants to plunge onto the mountainside. The malfunction caused the entire cable car system to come to a halt, leaving many stranded late into the evening. Among the injured were two children, victims of the …

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Twenty-seven people killed after nightclub fire

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – A devastating fire erupted in Istanbul’s Masquerade nightclub during a renovation process, claiming at least 27 lives on Tuesday. The Istanbul governor’s office confirmed that one individual was admitted to the hospital following the incident. Situated in the Besiktas district on the European side of Istanbul, the nightclub is part of a 16-story residential building. The fire, which claimed numerous lives, was successfully extinguished, and several individuals, including nightclub managers, were taken …

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Gunman kills man at church during Sunday morning mass

ISTANBUL, TURKEY – A terrifying shooting incident occurred at the Church of Santa Maria during Sunday mass around 11:40 local time. Turkish officials promptly launched an investigation into the “vile attack”, as described by Turkey’s Interior Minister, while police commenced a manhunt for the suspects. Although the motive behind the shooting is currently unclear, officials believe it was a targeted attack. CCTV footage shared by Turkish media showed two gunmen entering the back of the …

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Turkey bombs targets in Iraq and Syria

ANKARA, TR – Following a deadly attack on a Turkish military base in Iraq, Turkey’s Defense Ministry has confirmed a series of retaliatory airstrikes in Iraq and Syria on Saturday. These strikes were specifically targeted at bases of Kurdish militants in the northern regions of Iraq, namely Metina, Hakurk, Gara, and Qandil. The defense ministry’s statement elaborated on the destruction of militant infrastructure, including caves, bunkers, shelters, and oil facilities, as a preemptive measure against …

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Russian Jet Collides With US Drone In International Airspace

On Tuesday, a remarkable event took place in the airspace over the Black Sea. A Russian SU-27 jet collided with a US drone that the Russians had been harassing. According to the U.S. European Command, the two SU-27 jets tracked the MQ-9 Reaper drone as it flew in international airspace. Prior to impact, the jets flew in an unsafe and reckless manner towards the drone and dumped fuel on it. At around 7 am, the …

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More Than 11,000 Confirmed Dead

A catastrophic earthquake with a magnitude of 7.8 struck southeastern Turkey and northwestern Syria in the early hours of Monday, leaving a trail of destruction and loss of life. The pre-dawn quake was centered in the town of Pazarcik and was followed by several powerful aftershocks that further exacerbated the damage. According to officials, the death toll has reached over 11,000, with many more missing and feared dead. The extent of the disaster has left …

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Wealthy Owner Of Tiffany and Co Turkey Fell Off Cruise Ship Under Suspicious Circumstances

In a mysterious case involving Tiffany’s jewelry in Turkey, the wealthy owner of the company’s empire plummeted to her death from a cruise ship while on holiday with her Swiss lover. 71-year-old Dilek Ertek fell off the Norwegian Spirit into the South Pacific off Tahiti on Oct. 26 and has not been found, according to Newsflash. Gokce Atuk, son of the tycoon, said jewelry had been stolen from her cabin’s safe. A closed-circuit camera shows …

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Putin Meets With Ayatollah Al Khamenei Of Iran and Erdogan Of Turkey

Russian President Vladimir Putin met with Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei in Iran on Tuesday and met with Turkey’s Tayyip Erdogan. Putin’s visit to Iran and Saudi Arabia sends a strong message to the West about Moscow’s plans to forge closer strategic ties with these countries. Khamenei said Putin had ensured Russia “maintained its independence” from the United States and that countries should start using their own national currencies when trading goods. Khamenei said Moscow …

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The Russia-Ukraine War Could Be Pivoting

Ukraine-Russia War – A Lot Of Developments Russia’s forces are retreating around Kharkiv and its offensive in the eastern Donbas region is faltering, as Finland and Sweden look to NATO for protection against Russian aggression. President Vladimir V. Putin of Russia has suffered a humiliating defeat in his bid to seize Kyiv, Ukraine’s capital, and other cities in northern Ukraine. Now he is also struggling in a scaled-back military campaign to seize more of eastern …

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Russian Aggression in Ukraine Drives Allies Away

(InformingNews.com) – A flood of sanctions by NATO allies met Russia’s aggressive actions toward Ukraine. But countries that were friendly with the Kremlin are backing away as well. Hungary and the Czech Republic have both now publicly condemned Putin’s actions. Up until the bombing began on February 24, the countries were two of the loudest voices backing Russia. But now, Czech President Milos Zeman and the prime minister of Hungary, Viktor Orban, spoke out about …

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