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Judo Grand Prix moved from Azerbaijan to Turkey

The International Blind Sport Federation (IBSA) Judo Committee has moved its Grand Prix competition in Baku to Antalya due to COVID-19 restrictions. Despite the switch to Turkey, the event will still be organised by the National …

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Azerbaijani judoka wins Grand Slam gold

Judoka from Azerbaijan Zelim Katsoev (100 kg) in the final of the Grand Slam held in Antalya defeated Japanese Aaron Wola and won a gold medal. Another representative of the Azerbaijani team Ushangi Kokauri (over 100 kg) will fight for …

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Russia restarts air travel to Turkey’s resort cities

The first flight from Moscow to Antalya since Russia and Turkey imposed border restrictions aid the coronavirus pandemic, took off late on Sunday. It was operated by Rossiya carrier. A Boeing 747 plane was filled to capacity with …

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Antalya’s famous beach suffers from erosion - media

Turkey's famous Konyaaltı Beach in Antalya is facing an existential threat: coastal erosion. According to a study by Nihat Dipova, professor of geotechnics at Akdeniz University, 7.5-kilometer-long Konyaaltı Beach lost …

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Trainer aircraft crashes in Antalya

A civil trainer aircraft crashed today in the Manavgat district of Turkey's Antalya. No one was killed or injured in the accident, according to initial information provided by the provincial governor. Firefighters and medical …

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Russians get injured in Antalya

According to the Turkish media reports, a bus with tourists, most of whom were Russians, turned upside down in Antalya. “The bus with foreign tourists rolled over in the province of Antalya near the village of Aksu. 16 people were …

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Turkey’s Akseki hit by 3.5-magnitude earthquake

A 3.5-magnitude earthquake struck Akseki in Turkey’s Antalya Province this morning, according to the Turkish media. The quake was recorded at 06:03 local time. The outbreak lay at a depth of 6 kilometers. …

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Aircraft crash kills one in Antalya

A training aircraft crashed in Turkey's Antalya province today, killing one and injuring two people. The injured were hospitalized. The condition of the injured persons is assessed as extremely serious, the Turkish media …

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Western Turkey hit by 3.4-magnitude earthquake

A 3.4-magnitude earthquake jolted western Turkey, according to the European Mediterranean Seismological Center. The epicenter of the quake was located 46 kilometers northeast of Antalya. The seismic center was located at a depth of 25 …

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Man killed in Antalya restaurant shootout - media

A shootout occurred in a restaurant in Turkey's Antalya province yesterday evening, Turkish media reported. As a result of the shootout, one died and two people were injured. According to media reports, all the victims are citizens …

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Russian and Turkish FMs holding talks in Antalya

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov is holding talks with his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu in Antalya. The settlement of the situation in Syria and the latest events in Venezuela are being …

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Will Russians travel to Turkey without passports?

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Ankara an Moscow has started talks to allow Russian nationals to travel to Turkey without a passport. "We’ve started meetings in order to pave the way …

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 Western Turkey hit by 5.5-magnitude earthquake

A magnitude 5.5 earthquake struck western Turkey this morning. According to Turkey's Disaster and Emergency Management Authority (AFAD), the earthquake struck the Acıpayam district at 9:34 a.m. local time at a depth of 11.3 …

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