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By Shailendra Bhatnagar and Nitin Luthra NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Police took over much of the running of the country's two main airports on Thursday as striking workers protested for a second day over ...
January 31, 2006 The Polyphonic Chorus of Ankara TRT (The Radio and Television Institution of Turkey) went to Greece for a series of concerts last October. In the bus on the way back, the chorus sin ...
February 1, 2006 The heads of the chamber of physicians affiliated with the Turkish Physicians' Association gathered in Ankara, the capital, to evaluate the developments related to the proposed bill ...
February 01, 2006 The Student Parents' Association's İzmir branch demanded a scientific and democratic oriented education to prevail in education rather than business mentality. ÖVDER (Student Paren ...
February 03, 2006 120 workers demonstrated at Bandırma to protest the Banvit AŞ company that started to lay off workers using the avian flu as an excuse. The Bandırma branch president of Öz Gıda-İş, ...
February 3, 2006 Public hospitals are now taking care of patients with medical equipments they bought on borrowed money. Deputy President of Turkish Physicians' Association, Metin Bakkalcı said the ...
February 2, 2006 Gökçen Grubu, a group of businesses, laid off the workers organizing for a union representation at Cey Plas. Previously, they had done the same at their BPO plant in Bursa. 30 out o ...
15.January 2006. Communists from the Nordic Countries: STOP THE WITCH-HUNT ON EUROPES COMMUNISTS The undersigned Nordic communist parties take in this statement very strong exception to the draft r ...
January 30, 2006 The rate of suicide of Kurdish women oppressed under poverty, fundamentalism, tradition and national pressures have risen to unprecedented levels. The newspapers are full of reports ...
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