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A Turkish woman who stands 7 feet, 0.7 inches tall has been confirmed as the world's tallest living woman by Guinness World Records.
Rumeysa Gelgi, who stands at 7 feet, 0.7 inches, has officially been named the tallest woman alive by Guinness World Records.
FICTION: A boy's search leads him around the world. "Ramadan Ramsey" by Louis Edwards; Amistad (400 pages, $27.99) ——— "Ramadan Ramsey" starts with a simple sentence and a grand tone: "Ramadan was blessed." What follows feels like the beginning of a tall tale, where a boy with a terrible temper that "might somehow be employed to destroy" stomps through his grandmother's New Orleans duplex. The ...
Turkish Gendarmerie soldiers rescued a dog and her puppies from the backyard of a house damaged in wildfires in southern province of Mugla.
Watch a butterfly drink water out of the palm of an aid worker after flying away from a wildfire in the southern Mediterranean town of Manavgat in Turkey.
Watch a butterfly drink water out of the palm of an aid worker after flying away from a wildfire in the southern Mediterranean town of Manavga…
Using buckets and water bottles, desperate villagers in Turkey's Marmaris have stepped in to help contain the fires raging around them on Mond…
Residents of a southern Turkish village scrambled to save themselves and their livestock from wildfires that erupted near the resort beach resort of Bodrum.
After a year-long, pandemic-induced hiatus, the sounds of the zurna flute and beating drums again greeted thousands of Turkish wrestling fans …
New videos show a slimy 'sea snot' expanding in Sea of Marmara as Turkish government launched a disaster management program meant to clean up the outbreak.
New videos show a slimy 'sea snot' expanding in Sea of Marmara as Turkish government launched a disaster management program meant to clean up …
A supermoon lit up skylines across the world, captured in Australia, India, Turkey, Germany and Latin America.
As we’ve had to postpone our travels because of the pandemic, I believe a weekly dose of travel dreaming can be good medicine. Here’s one of my favorite European memories from Turkey — a reminder of the fun that awaits us at the other end of this crisis.
Life is a beach, and you soaked it up.
Best: The hyperefficient and undeniably tasty meat-bread-veggie assembler gives us a nemesis, “King of Cold Cuts” Tony Bolognavich, played by a very well-cast Brad Garrett (“Everybody Loves Raymond”). Bolognavich, more of a “Scarface”-style meat boss than a chef, laments the rise of the rival sandwich empire he calls “Jimmy’s John’s.” Sure, JJ’s hand-slices real roast beef, Bolognavich says, but “I got ‘turkey’ and ham made by science.” It’s fresh and funny as it underscores the Jimmy John’s strength: Its sandwiches taste like real food.
A sheep, a goat and three lambs stormed the Nevsehir City Hall in central Turkey.