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  • Ancient theater to host art lovers again

    A theater in the ancient city of Laodicea is being restored and officials plan to present the first theater play there after centuries at the end of August this year

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  • Global warming changes biodiversity of Mediterranean Sea

    Local fish population has been declining in the Mediterranean Sea, while tropical species migrating from the Suez Canal and the Indian Ocean have been on the rise, according to a Turkish marine scientist.

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  • Inter-city travel restrictions may be lifted early June

    Inter-city travel restrictions introduced in early April as part of wide-ranging measures to arrest the spread of the coronavirus may be abolished next month, Hürriyet daily has reported.

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  • Kirkuk tribesmen rally as IS launch new wave of attacks

    As Islamic State sleeper cells continue to carry out attacks south and west of oil-rich Kirkuk, local tribesmen made efforts to show unity while other factions showed off “resistance” to the United States and Israel.

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