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Istanbul capitale européenne de la culture en 2010 12 avril 2006

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Les Echos (France), no. 19646, mercredi 12 avril 2006, p. 20

Karl De Meyer, Bruxelles

C’est avec des cris de joie et un tonnerre d’applaudissements que le camp turc a salué, hier, à Bruxelles, la désignation d’Istanbul comme capitale européenne de la culture pour 2010, avec Essen (Allemagne), et Pécs (Hongrie). (suite…)

Les élèves de l’école publique écrivent un livre 12 avril 2006

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Ouest-France (France)

mardi 11 avril 2006, p. 18

Développer le goût de lire, tel est le projet d’année de l’école publique. Mais comment adhérer à un tel projet, comment intéresser les enfants ? (suite…)

L’Europe hésite sur l’intégration de la Bulgarie et la Roumanie dès 2007 12 avril 2006

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La Tribune (France)
Economie, mercredi 12 avril 2006, p. TR07
Lysiane J. Baudu

La Commission envisagerait l'entrée de la Roumanie, mais retarderait celle de la Bulgarie. Une fois les adhésions réalisées, des clauses de sauvegarde pourraient être activées. (suite…)

AKP increasingly defining the Turkish identity 12 avril 2006

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Turkish Daily News, Tuesday, April 11, 2006 

Cüneyt Ülsever

A nationalism survey conducted by Bilgi University and Infakto Research Workshop for the weekly Tempo journal highlights, in my opinion, a very important development. (suite…)

Professor Machteld Mellink (October 26, 1917 – February 23, 2006) 12 avril 2006

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Times Online, March 22, 2006

Eminent archaeologist who led crucial excavations in Turkey and campaigned to end the traffic in stolen antiquities

Machteld Mellink was internationally renowned for her leadership in the archaeology of Turkey. With a deep interest in the interconnections between Ancient Greece and the Near East, she exemplified a scholarship that drew no boundaries but embraced the Old World in all its historical and cultural dimensions. (suite…)

What the Sultan Saw 12 avril 2006

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The Wall Street Journal, Tuesday, April 11, 2006

By Matthew Kaminski                                          

Practicing a tolerant strain of Islam, the Ottomans clashed with fundamentalists.

The Ottoman Empire passed into history in 1922, a mere lifetime ago. Yet in a certain way it feels as distant as ancient Athens or Rome, known to us mostly through architectural relics, a few striking events and a mythical aura. (suite…)

The AKP and Other Turkish Islamists Attempt to Block Secular General From Top Military Post 12 avril 2006

Posted by Acturca in Middle East / Moyen Orient, Turkey / Turquie.
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The Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI)

Special Dispatch Series – No. 1136  

April 11, 2006

Despite three military coups in the past decades, the Turkish military is the most respected and trusted institution in the country, as the guardian and guarantor of the legacy of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk – a pro-Western, secular Turkish republic. (suite…)

Interfaith group explores Jerusalem and Istanbul 12 avril 2006

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The Wesleyan Argus, Volume CXLI, Number 37 April 11, 2006    

By Dana Wollman
This spring break, a dozen students, led by Rabbi David Leipziger and former Muslim Chaplain Abdullah Antepli, embarked on the Jewish-Muslim dialogue trip to Jerusalem and Istanbul. The ten-day long trip included three and a half days in Turkey followed by six and a half days in Israel. (suite…)

Turks permitted to join Anzac marches 12 avril 2006

Posted by Acturca in History / Histoire, Turkey / Turquie.
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ABC News Online 

Wednesday, April 12, 2006 

The Returned and Services League (RSL) will allow descendants of Turkish World War I soldiers to join Anzac Day marches. (suite…)