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Anadolu Agency: News in English, 04-07-23

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From: The Anadolu Agency Home Page at <http://www.anadoluajansi.com.tr/>


CONTENTS

  • [01] STATE MINISTER ATALAY: -''I BELIEVE THAT BOSNIAN PEOPLE WILL SHAPE THEIR FUTURE IN SOLIDARITY WITH EACH OTHER''
  • [02] ISRAEL AND CROATIA OFFER THEIR CONDOLENCES
  • [03] FOREIGN MINISTER ISMAIL OF SUDAN DUE IN TURKEY
  • [04] THREE JORDANIAN CITIZENS DIE IN TRAIN CRASH IN SAKARYA
  • [05] TURKISH GENDARMERY ARREST 53 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IN EDIRNE
  • [06] FOREIGN MINISTER MORATINOS OF SPAIN DUE IN ANKARA
  • [07] U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL SAYS UNITED STATES DISAPPOINTED WITH RESULT OF SIMULTANEOUS REFERENDA IN CYPRUS
  • [08] TWO BODIES FOUND IN ONE BODY BAG
  • [09] AZERBAIJANI PRESIDENT ALIYEV SENDS MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCES OVER TRAIN ACCIDENT
  • [10] TURKISH PM SAYS GOVERNMENT WILL DECIDE WHAT TO DO AFTER TECHNICAL REPORT
  • [11] GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER AND FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER SEND MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCES
  • [12] SEARCH AND RESCUE EFFORTS END AFTER TRAIN CRASH IN SAKARYA
  • [13] TURKISH DELEGATION ARRIVES IN MOSTAR
  • [14] TUG-BOATS SET AFLOAT PANAMANIAN-FLAGGED CARGO VESSEL
  • [15] A FUNERAL TAKES PLACE IN A.A FOR OZTURK
  • [16] CRISIS MANAGEMENT SAYS NUMBER OF INJURED RISES TO 81
  • [17] TURKISH CONSTITUTIONAL COURT RETURNS DECISION ABOUT SENDING YILMAZ AND TANER TO HIGH COURT
  • [18] HIGH-SPEED TRAIN DRIVER AND CONDUCTOR UNDERARREST
  • [19] TURKISH TREASURY TO REPAY 106 TRILLION TL IN DOMESTIC DEBT NEXT WEEK
  • [20] TCDD DIRECTOR GENERAL SAYS NO SABOTAGE, BUT THEY ARE INVESTIGATING ALL POSSIBILITIES
  • [21] TURKISH MINISTERS AND BUREAUCRATS LEAVE FOR BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA
  • [22] CRISIS MANAGEMENT SAYS 36 PEOPLE DIE, 79 OTHERS INJURED IN HIGH-SPEED TRAIN ACCIDENT
  • [23] TURKISH PM SAYS 36 DIED IN TRAIN CRASH
  • [24] SAKARYA/PAMUKOVA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that 36 people died and 79 others were injured as the
  • [25] TURKISH TRANSPORTATION MINISTRY ANNOUNCES DEATH TOLL IN TRAIN CRASH AS 36
  • [26] TCDD DIRECTOR GENERAL SAYS EXPERTS START INVESTIGATING SPEEDOMETER OF TRAIN
  • [27] 74 INJURED IN TRAIN CRASH, SOURCES SAY

  • [01] STATE MINISTER ATALAY: -''I BELIEVE THAT BOSNIAN PEOPLE WILL SHAPE THEIR FUTURE IN SOLIDARITY WITH EACH OTHER''

    MOSTAR - Turkish State Minister Besir Atalay said on Friday, ''I believe that Bosnian people will shape their future in solidarity with each other.''

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma - 19:13

    [02] ISRAEL AND CROATIA OFFER THEIR CONDOLENCES

    ANKARA - Israel and Croatia offered their condolences following overnight's train crash in northwestern Turkey.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma - 18:24

    [03] FOREIGN MINISTER ISMAIL OF SUDAN DUE IN TURKEY

    ANKARA - Foreign Minister Dr. Mustafa Osman Ismail of Sudan will pay an official visit to Turkey between July 25 and 28, 2004 as the guest of Foreign Minister and Deputy Prime Minister Abdullah Gul.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma - 17:53

    [04] THREE JORDANIAN CITIZENS DIE IN TRAIN CRASH IN SAKARYA

    PAMUKOVA - A total of three Jordanian citizens were killed and three others were injured in overnight's train derailment in northwestern Turkey, sources said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 17:52

    [05] TURKISH GENDARMERY ARREST 53 ILLEGAL IMMIGRANTS IN EDIRNE

    EDIRNE - Turkish gendarmery arrested 53 illegal immigrants in northwestern Edirne province, sources said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 16:36

    [06] FOREIGN MINISTER MORATINOS OF SPAIN DUE IN ANKARA

    ANKARA - Foreign Affairs and Cooperation Minister Miguel Angel Moratinos of Spain will come to Turkey on Sunday on a working visit.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 16:20

    [07] U.S. STATE DEPARTMENT OFFICIAL SAYS UNITED STATES DISAPPOINTED WITH RESULT OF SIMULTANEOUS REFERENDA IN CYPRUS

    LEFKOSA - Laura Kennedy, the U.S. State Department Assistant Secretary for European and Eurasian Affairs, said on Friday that the United States were disappointed with the result of April 24th simultaneous referenda held in Cyprus.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 16:13

    [08] TWO BODIES FOUND IN ONE BODY BAG

    BILECİK - Two bodies were found in one of three body bags, which were sent to hospital in Pazaryeri town of northwestern province of Bilecik following last night's train crash, sources said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 15:47

    [09] AZERBAIJANI PRESIDENT ALIYEV SENDS MESSAGE OF CONDOLENCES OVER TRAIN ACCIDENT

    BAKU - Azerbaijani President Ilham Aliyev sent a message of condolences to Turkish President Ahmet Necdet Sezer on Friday after overnight's train derailment in northwestern Turkey.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 15:44

    [10] TURKISH PM SAYS GOVERNMENT WILL DECIDE WHAT TO DO AFTER TECHNICAL REPORT

    ANKARA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that the government would take a decision after the technical team gave his report on potential reasons of the last night's train crash.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 15:43

    [11] GERMAN CHANCELLOR SCHROEDER AND FOREIGN MINISTER FISCHER SEND MESSAGES OF CONDOLENCES

    BERLIN - German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder and Foreign Minister Joschka Fischer sent messages of condolence on Friday following overnight's train derailment in northwestern Turkey.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 14:32

    [12] SEARCH AND RESCUE EFFORTS END AFTER TRAIN CRASH IN SAKARYA

    PAMUKOVA - Search and rescue efforts, launched after a high-speed train derailed in Pamukova town of northwestern Sakarya province, en route from Istanbul to Ankara overnight, ended on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 13:35

    [13] TURKISH DELEGATION ARRIVES IN MOSTAR

    MOSTAR - A Turkish delegation arrived in Mostar town of Bosnia-Herzegovina on Friday to attend inaugural ceremony of historical bridge of Mostar.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 13:34

    [14] TUG-BOATS SET AFLOAT PANAMANIAN-FLAGGED CARGO VESSEL

    CANAKKALE - The Panamanian-flagged cargo ship that ran aground in the Canakkale Strait on Tuesday was set afloat by tugboats, Turkish Coast Guard and Vessel Rescue Administration said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 13:34

    [15] A FUNERAL TAKES PLACE IN A.A FOR OZTURK

    ANKARA - A funeral ceremony took place in front of the Anadolu Agency (A.A) headquarters in Ankara, on Friday, for Esin Ozturk, a A.A. reporter, her husband Hilal Ozturk and her son Ulgen Ozturk.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 13:27

    [16] CRISIS MANAGEMENT SAYS NUMBER OF INJURED RISES TO 81

    ANKARA - The number of people who were injured in the high-speed train accident which occurred in Pamukova town of northwestern Sakarya province rose to 81, Turkish Prime Ministry Crisis Management Bureau said on Friday

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 12:07

    [17] TURKISH CONSTITUTIONAL COURT RETURNS DECISION ABOUT SENDING YILMAZ AND TANER TO HIGH COURT

    ANKARA - Turkish Constitutional Court sent back on Friday to parliament a general assembly decision asking former Prime Minister Mesut Yilmaz and former State Minister Gunes Taner to stand trial before the High Court, since it was not conform to judicial procedure.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 11:41

    [18] HIGH-SPEED TRAIN DRIVER AND CONDUCTOR UNDERARREST

    PAMUKOVA - The driver and conductor of the high-speed train which derailed near Pamukova (Sakarya Province) overnight were arrested, sources said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 11:20

    [19] TURKISH TREASURY TO REPAY 106 TRILLION TL IN DOMESTIC DEBT NEXT WEEK

    ANKARA - Turkish Treasury will repay 106 trillion Turkish liras (TL) in domestic debt next week, sources said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 10:52

    [20] TCDD DIRECTOR GENERAL SAYS NO SABOTAGE, BUT THEY ARE INVESTIGATING ALL POSSIBILITIES

    PAMUKOVA - Turkish State Railways (TCDD) Suleyman Karaman, who is currently in Pamukova town of northwestern Sakarya province where a high-speed train accident occurred, said on Friday that there was no sabotage, but they were investigating all possible causes for the accident.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 10:47

    [21] TURKISH MINISTERS AND BUREAUCRATS LEAVE FOR BOSNIA-HERZEGOVINA

    ANKARA - Turkish ministers, bureaucrats and journalists left for Bosnia-Herzegovina on Friday morning to take part in the inauguration of the historical Mostar Bridge, built by a Turkish architect.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 10:47

    [22] CRISIS MANAGEMENT SAYS 36 PEOPLE DIE, 79 OTHERS INJURED IN HIGH-SPEED TRAIN ACCIDENT

    ANKARA - A total of 36 people died and 79 others were injured in the high-speed train accident which occurred in Pamukova town of northwestern Sakarya province, Turkish Prime Ministry Crisis Management Bureau said on Friday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 10:46

    [23] TURKISH PM SAYS 36 DIED IN TRAIN CRASH

    [24] SAKARYA/PAMUKOVA - Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that 36 people died and 79 others were injured as the high-speed train derailed near Pamukova (Sakarya Province) overnight.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 10:25

    [25] TURKISH TRANSPORTATION MINISTRY ANNOUNCES DEATH TOLL IN TRAIN CRASH AS 36

    ANKARA - Turkish Transportation Ministry announced early on Friday the death toll in the train crash as 36.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 00:23

    [26] TCDD DIRECTOR GENERAL SAYS EXPERTS START INVESTIGATING SPEEDOMETER OF TRAIN

    ANKARA - Experts started investigating the speedometer of the high-speed train which derailed en route from Istanbul to Ankara, Suleyman Karaman, the Director General of Turkish State Railways (TCDD), said on Thursday.

    23 Temmuz 2004 Cuma -- 00:03

    [27] 74 INJURED IN TRAIN CRASH, SOURCES SAY

    ESKISEHIR - 74 people were injured as the high-speed train derailed en route from Istanbul to Ankara, sources said on Thursday.

    22 Temmuz 2004 Perşembe -- 23:33


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