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  • In Syria, bombardment of Aleppo brings 'a feeling of paralysis'

    In Syria, bombardment of Aleppo brings 'a feeling of paralysis'
    When Omar Naasir wants a restful night's sleep in Aleppo, he says, he stays as close as possible to the front line of the ongoing clashes between Syrian rebel and government forces. Farther back in his rebel-controlled neighborhood, Naasir says, the...
  • Istanbul Cafe, New Haven

    Istanbul Cafe, New Haven
    Arguably, there’s no sexier dining experience in the New Haven area than timing a Friday or Saturday night meal at Istanbul CafĂ© to coincide with a live belly dancing performance. Although we had previously visited the Elm City restaurant, which has...
  • The Week in Pictures | Feb. 3-9, 2014

     
    Each week we bring you the very best in visual journalism. Russia was in the spotlight as they kicked-off the 2014 Sochi Olympics with a theatrical opening ceremonies at Fisht Olympic Stadium....
  • Foreign tourist office phone numbers and websites

    For tourist information about foreign destinations, contact the government offices below. Several no longer list phone numbers, so information is available only through their websites. For information about a country not listed, call the United Nations at...
  • Cyprus reunification talks resume after 18-month freeze

    Cyprus reunification talks resume after 18-month freeze
    ATHENS -- Breaking an 18-month stalemate with the help of the United States, the leaders of Cyprus' divided Greek and Turkish enclaves resumed talks Tuesday aimed at reunifying the Mediterranean island and ending one of Europe's most enduring conflicts....
  • In Turkey, troubling signs of authoritarianism

    In Turkey, troubling signs of authoritarianism
    When Recep Tayyip Erdogan came to power in 2003 as Turkey's prime minister, questions arose about how his Islam-rooted Justice and Development Party might alter a nation accustomed to nearly a century of official secularism. It turns out the world...
  • Pictures in the News | February 5, 2014

     
    Flying squirrel -- need I say more? Wednesday's Pictures in the News in Australia, where wildlife carer Justine Coplin releases a Grey Headed Flying Fox in Centennial Park in Sydney. Each year thousands of native wildlife are rescued by volunteers when...
  • Wild Bunch Germany Takes Rights to 'Millionaire Dog'

    Wild Bunch Germany has acquired German-speaking territory rights to "Millionaire Dog," a live-action canine comedy that is proving a breakout sales hit for DeAPlaneta. The Wild Bunch deal was struck at Berlin and adds to an impressive string of pre-sales...
  • From his Pa. compound, Fethullah Gulen shakes up Turkey

    SAYLORSBURG, Pa. — Fethullah Gulen, a frail 75-year-old Islamic preacher with a gift for oratory, leads an ascetic life in a 26-acre compound tucked into rolling farmland and woods here, far from the political crisis and international intrigue he is...
  • Al Jazeera Expands Global Footprint With Turkish Digital Operation

    Al Jazeera is expanding its global footprint, bringing its brand to Turkey and the world's 140 million Turkish speakers with Al Jazeera Turk, which will launch as a digital operation with plans for a TV channel to follow roughly a year from now. Al...
  • Discop Istanbul TV Mart Boasts Booming Expected Attendance

    Reflecting the booming Middle East TV market, the Discop Istanbul TV mart is boasting a twenty percent increase in pre-registered attendees including, for the first time, a group of broadcasters and producers from Iraq and also reps from all pubcasters in...