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Aydinli becomes Pierre Cardin's Main License Holder (daha)

 Kat: GT NEWS, GT ACT, GW NEWS, General, SHOPPING 05/2006
 

Aydinli became the main licensor of Pierre Cardin in Russia, Ukraine, Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Bulgaria as well as Turkey. The partnership contract covers 21 different sectors such as men's and women's ready-wear, cosmetics, socks, underwear, home textile and china. (daha)

| 2403 Okuma
 

2007 Declared 'International Rumi Year' (daha)

 Kat: GT NEWS, GT MANIF, GW NEWS, GW MANIF, General 03/2006
 

United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), evaluating the Culture and Tourism Ministry’s offer, has decided to commemorate the 800th birthday of Mevlana Jalaladdin-i Rumi, a prominent mystic of Islam, in all member countries.(daha)

| 1613 Okuma
 

Financial Times praises " Istanbul Modern" museum (daha)

 Kat: General, GT MANIF, GT NEWS 02/2006
 

One of the leading newspapers in Britain, Financial Times, issued a comprehensive article about Istanbul Modern Museum. (daha)

| 1476 Okuma
 

Intellectuals to discuss ‘Military, Society and Conscientious Objection’ (daha)

 Kat: General, GT ACT, GT NEWS 02/2006
 

The statement noted that openly discussing conscientious objection offers a chance to deepen and spread the current criticism of the military, already being discussed by different segments of society(daha)

| 1649 Okuma
 

Doğan Holding signs agreement with mail2web.com (daha)

 Kat: General, GT ACT, GT NEWS 02/2006
 

mail2web.com, a world-wide application provider for consumers and businesses and a brand of Softcom Technology Consulting Inc., today announced a strategic alliance with Turkey's media giant, Dogan Media Group.(daha)

| 1743 Okuma
 

Turkey Hits Bottom of Doctors List in Europe (daha)

 Kat: General, GT NEWS 02/2006
 

The Turkish Physicians Union, TTB, is opposed to Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s proposal to bring in medical doctors from abroad. Annually, 4500 students graduate from medical faculties, making the yearly rise in the number of Turkish physicians 3,000. (daha)

| 1526 Okuma
 

Erdoğan and Spanis PM Zapatero issue call for common sense (daha)

 Kat: General, GW ACT, GW NEWS, GW MANIF, GT ACT, GT MANIF, GT NEWS 02/2006
 

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Spanish Prime Minister Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, two leaders of the UN Alliance of Civilizations initiative, released a letter yesterday to calm the tension caused by cartoons depicting the Prophet Muhammed.(daha)

| 1676 Okuma
 

Arrest over Turkey priest killing (daha)

 Kat: General, GW NEWS, GT ACT, GT NEWS, GT MANIF, GW ACT 02/2006
 

After a major manhunt, police detained a 16-year-old high school student early on Tuesday morning. A gun was seized at the house they raided.(daha)

| 1572 Okuma
 

Priest's murder sparks press anguish (daha)

 Kat: General, GW NEWS, GW ACT, GT NEWS, GT ACT 02/2006
 

Turkish newspapers fear the murder of an Italian priest in the northern town of Trabzon on Sunday may have damaged Turkey's standing in the eyes of the world. Some commentators hope the killing is not linked to the furore in the Muslim world over the cartoons satirising the prophet Muhammad.(daha)

| 1639 Okuma
 

Shooting kills priest in Trabzon, Turkey (daha)

 Kat: General, GW ACT, GW NEWS, GT ACT, GT NEWS 02/2006
 

It was unclear if the shooting was connected to widespread Muslim outrage over cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. (daha)

| 1636 Okuma
 
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