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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 02-08-10

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] MASUM TURKER TO REPLACE DERVIS
  • [02] ONE MORE INMATE DIES BECAUSE OF DEATH FASTING
  • [03] GERMAN INTERIOR MINISTER SCHILY SAYS DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKEY ARE
  • [04] CONSUMERS' RIGHTS ASSOCIATION CHAIRMAN CAKAR SAYS PARLIAMENT HAS
  • [05] MHP LEADER BAHCELI SAYS GIVING LEGAL STATUS TO LANGUAGES AND
  • [06] HISARCIKLIOGLU SAYS RESIGNATION OF DEVIS WAS EXPECTED AND IT
  • [07] YTP LEADER CEM SAYS HE RESPECTS DERVIS'S DECISION
  • [08] RECORD NUMBER OF PEOPLE VISIT ZEUGMA AND NEMRUT THIS YEAR
  • [09] STATISTICS SHOW THAT TURKEY IS A SAFER COUNTRY THAN GERMANY,
  • [10] DERVIS SAYS HE WILL TRY TO UNITE CENTRAL LEFT
  • [11] DTP LEADER BAYAR SAYS TURKEY'S PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED ONLY BY
  • [12] KIVRIKOGLU TO BE GIVEN STATE HONOUR MEDAL
  • [13] MINOR EARTHQUAKE IN MALATYA'S ARGUVAN TOWNSHIP
  • [14] DERVIS:''I STILL HAVE GREAT RESPECT FOR ECEVIT''
  • [15] STATE MINISTER DERVIS RESIGNS

  • [01] MASUM TURKER TO REPLACE DERVIS

    ANKARA - A decree proposing to appoint Democratic Left Party (DSP) Istanbul deputy Masum Turker to replace Kemal Dervis who announced his resignation on Saturday morning was sent to the Presidency.

    [02] ONE MORE INMATE DIES BECAUSE OF DEATH FASTING

    ANKARA - Thirty year old female inmate, Fatma Bilgin lost her life on Saturday at Ankara Numune Hospital where she was being treated because of death fasting.

    [03] GERMAN INTERIOR MINISTER SCHILY SAYS DEVELOPMENTS IN TURKEY ARE PROMISING

    HAMBURG - German Interior Minister Otto Schily said on Saturday that Vural Oger, the Executive Board President of Germany's leading travel agency Oger Tours is an extraordinary person.

    [04] CONSUMERS' RIGHTS ASSOCIATION CHAIRMAN CAKAR SAYS PARLIAMENT HAS TO CONVENE IMMEDIATELY TO ADOPT BILL ON PROTECTION OF CONSUMERS

    ANKARA - Consumers' Rights Association Chairman Turhan Cakar said on Saturday that the parliament has to convene immediately to adopt the bill on protection of consumers.

    [05] MHP LEADER BAHCELI SAYS GIVING LEGAL STATUS TO LANGUAGES AND DIALECTS SPOKEN BY TURKISH CITIZENS TRADITIONALLY AS A CULTURAL RIGHT TO BE HARMFUL FOR TURKEY

    ANKARA - Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) leader, State Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Devlet Bahceli said on Saturday that giving legal status to languages and dialects spoken by Turkish citizens traditionally as a cultural right will prepare basis for harming the social texture and national unity of the country.

    [06] HISARCIKLIOGLU SAYS RESIGNATION OF DEVIS WAS EXPECTED AND IT WOULDN'T AFFECT ECONOMY

    ANKARA /VAN - Commenting on the resignation of State Minister Kemal Dervis, Turkish Union of Chambers and Commodity Exchanges (TOBB) Chairman Rifat Hisarciklioglu said that his resignation was expected and it wouldn't affect the economy.

    [07] YTP LEADER CEM SAYS HE RESPECTS DERVIS'S DECISION

    ANKARA - New Turkey Party (YTP) leader Ismail Cem said on Saturday that he respected the decision of Kemal Dervis who resigned from State Ministry the same day.

    [08] RECORD NUMBER OF PEOPLE VISIT ZEUGMA AND NEMRUT THIS YEAR

    ANKARA - Record number of people came to Zeugma ancient city and Nemrut Mountain Tumulus, which are one of the most important archaelogical sites of Turkey, this year.

    [09] STATISTICS SHOW THAT TURKEY IS A SAFER COUNTRY THAN GERMANY, RUSSIA, BULGARIA IN TERMS OF ORDINARY CRIMES

    ANKARA - Statistics showed that Turkey is a safer country than Germany, Russia or Bulgaria in terms of the ordinary crimes

    [10] DERVIS SAYS HE WILL TRY TO UNITE CENTRAL LEFT

    ANKARA - Kemal Dervis, who resigned from State Ministry on Saturday, said that he would try to unite the central left.

    [11] DTP LEADER BAYAR SAYS TURKEY'S PROBLEMS CAN BE SOLVED ONLY BY RECONCILIATION

    ANKARA - Democratic Turkey Party (DTP) leader Mehmet Ali Bayar said on Friday that Turkey's problems can only be solved by reconciliation.

    [12] KIVRIKOGLU TO BE GIVEN STATE HONOUR MEDAL

    ANKARA - Chief of General Staff Huseyin Kivrikoglu whose term will be over on Aug. 30, 2002 will be presented a State Honour Medal.

    [13] MINOR EARTHQUAKE IN MALATYA'S ARGUVAN TOWNSHIP

    ISTANBUL - A minor earthquake occured in Malatya's Arguvan township at 9.22 on Saturday morning.

    [14] DERVIS:''I STILL HAVE GREAT RESPECT FOR ECEVIT''

    ANKARA - State Minister Kemal Dervis has said that he was working to remove the political dividedness of Turkish politics and he was told by Prime Minister Bulent Ecevit that having these efforts and staying in the government contradicted with each other.

    [15] STATE MINISTER DERVIS RESIGNS

    ANKARA - State Minister Kemal Dervis resigned from his post on Saturday.


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