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Finding love and peace: The story of learning Turkish in Yemen

Anadolu Agency 12 Jul 2021
Nasser Albishari, a Yemeni PhD student at Ankara Yildirim Beyazit University and a ...Mastering the Turkish language made it easier for me to win a scholarship to do my master’s degree in Turkish literature at Gazi University in the capital Ankara,” he said.
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Indian embassy in Turkey marks International Day of Yoga

Anadolu Agency 24 Jun 2021
Marking the International Day of Yoga, India's embassy in Ankara coordinated yoga events all over the country for five days in 46 hotels ... "So this the launch of that event, so we have yoga day celebrated during this entire week, starting from Istanbul, Ankara, Mersin and Cappadocia.
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Turkish ambassador to Ghana hosts Prof Abass Braima of Tamale Technical University

Ghana Web 16 Apr 2021
He emphasized the university’s earlier intention to collaborate with the University of Ankara especially in the areas of faculty to faculty relationships, Ph.D. scholarship opportunities for faculty, student exchanges, joint development of programs, collaborative research, and any other relevant academic modules.
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Turkish ambassador to Ghana hosts Prof Abass Braima of Takoradi Technical University

Ghana Web 16 Apr 2021
He emphasized the university’s earlier intention to collaborate with the University of Ankara especially in the areas of faculty to faculty relationships, Ph.D. scholarship opportunities for faculty, student exchanges, joint development of programs, collaborative research, and any other relevant academic modules.
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Somalia's al Shabaab says behind Turkish company attack, four dead

Middle East Monitor 03 Jan 2021
Turkey has been a major source of aid to Somalia following a famine in 2011 as Ankara seeks to increase its influence in the Horn of Africa to counter Gulf rivals like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Somalia ... Ankara has built schools, hospitals and infrastructure and provided scholarships for Somalis to study in Turkey ... Read.
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Car bomb targeting Turkish company kills four in Somalia - ministry

The Jerusalem Post 02 Jan 2021
Turkey has been a major source of aid to Somalia following a famine in 2011 as Ankara seeks to increase its influence in the Horn of Africa to counter Gulf rivals like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ... Ankara has built schools, hospitals and infrastructure and provided scholarships for Somalis to study in Turkey ... .
photo: AP / Farah Abdi Warsame
A civilian who was wounded in suicide car bomb attack is helped to be taken to hospital in Mogadishu, Somalia, Saturday, Dec, 28, 2019.
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Several people killed in attack on Turkish company in Somalia

Al Jazeera 02 Jan 2021
Turkish-Somali relations. Turkey has been a key source of aid to Somalia following a famine in 2011 as Ankara seeks to increase its influence in the Horn of Africa to counter Gulf rivals like Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates ... Ankara has built schools, hospitals and infrastructure and provided scholarships for Somalis to study in Turkey ... .
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Turkey’s Kurdish opera singer inspires Kurds by singing in native tongue

Arab News 13 Oct 2020
ANKARA ... When she went to university in Ankara, she received her first scholarship and was at last able to buy a CD player ... In 2004, while working at the Ankara Opera House, Chakar sang for an Italian opera manager who had come to the city to scout for new voices.
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Google Doodle Recognizes Turkish Astronomer and Apollo 11 Scientist Professor Dilhan Eryurt

IFL Science 20 Jul 2020
Undeterred, Eryurt helped to open Ankara University’s Astronomy Department and, following a brief stint at the University of Michigan, completed her doctorate back in Ankara in 1953. -. After a few years as an associate professor of astronomy, Eryurt was awarded a scholarship with the International Atomic Energy Agency in Canada ... W ... - ... .
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Spotlight: Sinology studies draw interest among Turkish students amid good employment chances

Xinhua 19 May 2019
ANKARA, May 19 (Xinhua) -- Growing ties with China have generated a big interest among Turkish people in learning the Chinese language and culture, amid good employment chances after graduation. "Our graduates have no difficulties in finding a job," Tutku Denizci, a 21-year-old student of the Sinology Department of Ankara University, said to Xinhua.
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