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KOCAELIThe number of deaths in the boat rises to 21

In Turkiye’s Kocaeli, the number of immigrants who lost their lives in the boat sank rose to 21.

GAZIANTEP“Women and children most affected by war”

The Minister of Family and Social Policy, who continued her contacts in Gaziantep, pointed out the civil war in Syria and said that the most affected people were women and children.

NEWS CENTERHUDA PAR’s Hegira New Year message

HUDA PAR has issued a message on Hegira New Year.

ISTANBULPlane crash in Istanbul’s airport: 4 injured

Four people were injured in the accident during the land of a private jet registered as TC-KON.

NEWS CENTERTurkiye's parliament to hold an extraordinary session

AK Party Deputy Chairman Mustafa Elitaş has announced that Parliament has called for an extraordinary meeting on Saturday, September 23.

NEWS CENTERPro-Orphans Organization distributed sacrificed meat in 40 different parts of the world

The International Help Organization Pro Orphans [Avrupa Yetim-Der] gave information about the aid projects it has carried out in the Eid of Sacrifice, distributed aid to tens of thousands orphans and needy family in Asia, Africa and Europe (Refugees and Balkan countries).

NEWS CENTERErdoğan brings the US support to PKK up in Business Forum

Making statements in the Bloomberg Global Business Forum, President Erdoğan brought the US support to PKK up in Syria.

NEWS CENTERImportant statements from President Erdoğan

Attending to the meetings of the 72nd General Assembly of the United Nations, Turkiye’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan made important statements in his speech.

ANKARA“Girl students should be able to study in every school they want with their scarves”

HUDA PAR Education Department emphasized that girl students should be able to study in every school they want with their scarves by drawing attention to the many problems in education in the message which is published due to the beginning of the academic year.

GAZIANTEP“70 thousand Syrian children were educated in Gaziantep”

Metropolitan Mayor Şahin stated that while the schooling rate of Syrian children in Turkiye is 30 percent, Gaziantep has doubled this rate and said that 70 thousand Syrian children are educated.