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Current News in Turkey

Posted by on January 16, 2014 – 08:51 am

Current News in Turkey

A really nice house, so it would seem. I wonder if their Escalade has spinners? Seattle welfare recipient lives in million-dollar home A Seattle woman who is receiving welfare assistance from Washington state also happens to live in a waterfront house on Lake Washington worth more than a million dollars. Federal agents raided the home this weekend but have not released the woman or her husband s name because they have not officially been charged with a crime. However, federal documents obtained by KING 5 News show the couple currently receives…

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Group Tours to Turkey

Posted by on November 20, 2013 – 11:17 am

Group Tours to Turkey

My first 2 trips overseas I went alone so I decided to book a tour, and Contiki was the cheapest. I did Egypt & Turkey with them; and though the makeup of both groups was mostly younger (say, early to mid 20s) there were a couple of 30s people in each one. Turkey was a bit more partying than Egypt (in terms of the group I was with). I m not a total party girl and tended to shy away from hanging with the crowds. Lots of Australians use them. Their Europe tours are supposed to be a nightmare in terms of drunk kids throwing up on the bus and whatnot…

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Travel Turkey and Greece

Posted by on January 4, 2014 – 10:37 am

Travel Turkey and Greece

I m going to Europe, and a little bit of Africa, maybe Asia, for a few months this summer and fall. Anyone from Europe, or anyone who s done a LOT of traveling there have some tips on how best to get around? Like the best times to travel to certain countries, and whether to take a train, bus, or a plane between them? I d love to pick your brain if you have lots of tips! Or if you know of any helpful websites, a local who lives around where I m going (Greece, Turkey, Hungary, Italy, Germany and probably a few other places around there) it would be…

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World Travel Guide Turkey

Posted by on December 14, 2013 – 05:24 am

World Travel Guide Turkey

I agree w/been all over that Europe, Africa and Asia in 3 months is at least one too many continents. My wife and I did Central America, Mediterranean (mostly Spain, Greece & Turkey dipped into Morrocco and Portugal) and SE Asia in 6+ months and that was rushed. You can hit all three if you limit yourself to one country or region in each but that seems unduly expensive in terms of airfares (and travel time). You could also do all three if you did like we did on the Europe/Africa front (i.e. dipping into N. Africa from S. Europe, or vice versa…

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Foreign universities in Turkey

Posted by on May 1, 2014 – 11:54 am

Foreign universities in Turkey

You are right about one thing, islam is a moutain that you cannot shake but you can claim and reach the top and raise your self from ignorance and darkness and hate you have in your heart. what civilisation are you talking about, the civilisation of weapon of mass destraction that the west invented, or the civilisation of colonisation and Massacre of other nations like what happened in africa and asia and america. when the church was ruling in europe and burning alife european thinkers and scientists that they dare to say that the earth is around…

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Ministry of Education in Turkey

Posted by on April 13, 2014 – 05:38 am

Ministry of Education in Turkey

Another organization hopes to help consumers through education but takes a position that s more moderate than Ramsey s. The root issue is not that credit cards are evil. The issue is that a person needs to have self-control, said Chuck Bentley, CEO of Crown Financial Ministries. His radio program, MoneyLife, is carried on 800 stations. If you have self-control, the credit card can be a very meaningful tool to manage your money wisely, Bentley said. Prudent use of a credit card means taking advantage of reward programs and paying off the…

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Gender and Society in Turkey

Posted by on November 11, 2013 – 01:20 pm

Gender and Society in Turkey

Turkey becomes more fundamentalist Islamic . Some 66 women were murdered in Turkey in 2002, but the numbers have been steadily increasing since then, Justice Minister Sadullah Ergin said in response to a parliamentary question from Peace and Democracy Party, or BDP, Van Deputy Fatma Kurtalan. But in 2009 there were 953 murders .(No figures available for 2010 .) For Professor Aysel elikel, head of the Support for Contemporary Living Association, or YDD, the high increase in the number of murdered women stems from gender inequality and Turkeys…

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