Ten graduates of Turkish schools in Bosnia, which were opened right after the Bosnian war and are among the top educational institutions in the country, are now working as teachers at the schools they attended as students, the Anatolia news agency has reported.
Being president of the Africa Union, which consist of 54 African countries, Esono said Africa can only solve its current problems through education and the demand for schools is increasing day by day, Turkish schools play an important role in meeting this demand, but more Turkish schools are needed. 18 December 2011 / AYTEN ÇİFTÇİ, […]
Pedro Bayeme Bayeme Ayingano Guine, from Equatorial Guinea, says, “A Turkish construction company built the largest convention center in our country and there is a Turkish school which provides quality education. … TUSKON also is a bridge between us and Turkey… We are keen to engaging in partnerships with Turkish firms.” 16 December 2011 / […]
It was the 25th in a series of gatherings organized by Zirve University and the Abant Platform, yet this time participants found a rare opportunity to discuss political developments elsewhere and the possible role Turkey might have in this political turmoil. 4 December 2011 / MAHİR ZEYNALOV , GAZİANTEP A large gathering of Turkish and […]
The author says his book offers documents and detailed data on smear campaigns against religious people, including publications such as “Haliç’te Yaşayan Simonlar” (Simons in the Golden Horn) by Hanefi Avcı, “İmamın Ordusu” (The Imam’s Army) by Ahmet Şık, news portal Odatv and other websites used as tools in such smear campaigns. 11 December 2011, […]
Kazakh Ambassador Canseyit Tüymebayev thanked the businessmen who invested in his country and the educators who opened schools in Kazakhstan despite the risks right after the nation declared its independence 20 years ago. Tüymebayev presented medals to Harun Tokak and Ali Tokul among others. AHMET TEMİR , İSTANBUL Turks who have contributed to Turkish-Kazakh relations […]
“The Turkish schools in the country have made a big contribution to expanding the qualified human capital in Kazakhstan,” Nazarbayev was quoted as saying during a visit to Astana’s Nur Orda Kazakh-Turkish High School, where he attended a ceremony marking the start of the 2011-2012 school year in the country.
Indicating that students who graduate from Turkish schools in Afghanistan are those who will save the country, Niazi said: “Since the opening of the schools, children from different tribes are sitting at the same table and praying together. These schools have allowed these children from tribes we once thought impossible to reconcile to grow up as brothers.”
Kimse Yok Mu humanitarian aid organization, a Hizmet-initiative, distributed meat to more that 230,000 families in about 45 different countries during the recent Feast of Sacrifice celebrations. Feast of Sacrifice is an important religious holiday celebrated by Muslims to commemorate the willingness of Abraham to sacrifice his son as an act of obedience to God. […]
In a statement, Gülen said he has never worked to block the publication of a book even though they are many books on the shelves that target him personally. “Many books against me personally have been published. But I have never been engaged in efforts to prevent the publication of a book.
The ex-president of Comoros Abdallah Mohamed Sambi in whose country there is not a Turkish School, said: “Turkish Schools have changed the way Africans see the white people and I can’t wait to see a Turkish School in my own country”.
Joanne Dwyer, left, director of food industry relations and business development for the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York, Veysel Ucan, center, executive director of the Turkish Cultural Center Albany, and State Assemblyman Bob Reilly participate in a news conference on Tuesday at the Regional Food Bank of Northeastern New York in Albany. Members […]
Nigerian Minister of Federal Education Prof. Ruqayyatu Ahmed Rufai also spoke at the inauguration of the conference organized with the participation of several scholars from Africa and other countries and the sponsorship of 6 Nigerian Universities. Kerim Balcı, Abuja – November 19, 2011 Turkish ambassador to Nigeria Rıfat Köksal has said that seventeen Turkish Schools, […]