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Rare diseases, mostly genetic-related, affect millions in Turkey
They are “rare” in the most strict sense of the word, but the number of people suffering from rare diseases is still considerably high. In Turkey, more than five million people live with rare diseases and 70% of them are children. Most of those diseases had their origins in the genetic structure of patients and their families.
Iran summons Turkish envoy over ‘unacceptable’ PKK claim
Iran summoned Turkey’s Ambassador Derya Ors to protest the Turkish interior minister’s “unacceptable” claim about the presence of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) militant group's members in Iran.
Rouhani urges unity among sanctions-hit countries against US unilateralism
Iran’s President Hassan Rouhani said the only way to counter US “unilateral and illegal” measures is unity among the countries that have been targeted by Washington’s sanctions.
Iran, Russia, Turkey condemn Israeli attacks on Syria
Delegations from the three guarantor states of the Astana Peace Process – Iran, Russia and Turkey – condemned the Israeli regime’s military attacks against Syria, saying they violate international law, undermine Syria’s sovereignty, and endanger regional security.
Turkey, Iran discuss removing passport requirements for tourists
Turkey and Iran may agree to allow passport-free travel for their tourists as part of a Turkish proposal that is meant to boost travel between the two countries, shows a report.
Iran, Turkey mull over boosting tourism cooperation in post-coronavirus era
Iran and Turkey discussed the expansion of tourism relations amid the COVID-19 pandemic and planning for the promotion of tourism exchanges in the post-coronavirus era.
In-person education partially resumes in Turkey
Amid strict health protocols, Turkey opened village schools and kindergartens for full-time in-person education, the country's education minister said Monday.
Turkey inflation likely inched up amid commodity price pressures
Turkish inflation likely quickened for a fourth month on last year’s lira downswing and a rise in international commodity prices, though seasonal volatility in food prices led a sizable minority of analysts to pencil in a drop in the gauge.
Russia, Turkey open monitoring center for Nagorno-Karabakh
Russia and Turkey opened a joint center on Saturday to observe a cease-fire in Nagorno-Karabakh that was agreed following a flare-up in the conflict in the region last year, Azerbaijan’s Defense Ministry said on Saturday.
Indonesia plans to export more metal products to Turkey
A senior Indonesian government official said that the country intended to export more metals and metal products to Turkey to boost trade between the two countries.
Iran, Russia, Turkey reaffirm commitment to Syria sovereignty
Iran, Russia, and Turkey that act as the guarantors of an all-Syria cease-fire issued a joint statement in support of the resolution of the Arab country’s conflict on the sidelines of a gathering aimed at devising a new Constitution for the war-weary nation.
IMF raises growth forecast for Turkey, points at financing risks
The International Monetary Fund raised its growth forecast for Turkey’s economy amid the coronavirus vaccine rollout, while warning the pandemic response worsened preexisting financial risks.
Patient dog waits for days outside hospital in Turkey
A devoted dog has spent days waiting outside a hospital in Turkey where her sick owner was being treated.
Turkey develops new promotion platform, strategy to enhance tourism: Minister
Turkey will adopt a new tourism promotion strategy in 2021 with its "Go Turkey" platform, using the latest technology and communication models, as well as focusing on advanced public relations that will bring 81 provinces under one roof and boost Turkey's tourism performance, Culture and Tourism Minister Mehmet Nuri Ersoy said.

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