• Weekly Report, May 17th, 2014
    Weekly Report, May 17th, 2014

    Video, World Reports from all over the world about the mining accident in Turkiye. Wildfires burn southern California. 911 Memorial Museum is dedicated. The World Health Organization releases information about the MERS virus. full story

  • Heavy Clashes in Istanbul
    Heavy Clashes in Istanbul

    Video May Day is a big event in Turkey and it has its place in history with last year's Taksim Square protests. Now all eyes are on Turkey on this Workers'Day. full story

  • NY Institue of Technology Hosts Think Tank
    NY Institue of Technology Hosts Think Tank

    Video, Special Peace is a joint effort and requires many hands. The New York Institute of Technology, Turkish Cultural Center and Japanese Experts on the Middle East discussed the rocky roads to democracy in the Middle East. full story

  • Chief Justice vs. PM Erdogan
    Chief Justice vs. PM Erdogan

    Video Turkey's most senior judge is slamming the country's Prime Minister for his criticizing of his court's decision, including one that lifted Prime Minister Erdogan's ban on Twitter. full story

  • Turkic American Conference Focuses on Energy, Trade, Development
    Turkic American Conference Focuses on Energy, Trade, Development

    Video, Special The US counts Turkiye as one of its key allies in Europe. Now a conference in the capital brings Turkish and American lawmakers and businessman together to discuss monetary matters. Ebru News' Kyle Schmoyer has more on the conference. full story

  • Ballot Indicative of Erdogan's Appeal
    Ballot Indicative of Erdogan's Appeal

    Video, Special Turkey will hold local elections on Sunday and many see the ballot as a thumbs up or down for the Erdogan government that has been dogged by allegations of corruption, phone leaks and whistleblowers. full story

  • Turkish PM Bans Service, President Tweets Anyway
    Turkish PM Bans Service, President Tweets Anyway

    Video, Special Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan threatened to wipe out Twitter and other social media platforms, saying he did not care about the international response. By midnight, Turkey blocked Twitter. full story

  • Princeton University Hosts Event on Turkiye
    Princeton University Hosts Event on Turkiye

    Video, Special Princeton University hosted an event addressing the graft probe and the recent authoritarian trend in Turkey were evaluated. full story

  • Youngest Gezi Victim Buried
    Youngest Gezi Victim Buried

    World, Video Turkiye bids farewell to the youngest Gezi victim. Berkin Elvan, a 15-year-old boy died after being in a coma for nine months. He was hit on the head by a tear gas canister during last summer's Gezi Park protests though he was simply a bystander. full story

  • Weekly Report, March 1, 2014
    Weekly Report, March 1, 2014

    Video, World Russia is on the move towards Ukraine. Too much rain too quick on the US West Coast. Detained sons of two Prime Ministers were released from custody this week in Turkiye. Three films are front-runners for the most coveted Best Film prize in this year's Academy Award. full story

  • Turkish Scholar Fethullah Gulen Speaks about PKK
    Turkish Scholar Fethullah Gulen Speaks about PKK

    Video, Special In his recent BBC interview, the notable Turkish scholar Fethullah Gulen explains his approach for a peaceful resolution to the problem. It is through embracing the values that hold people together while addressing their basic civil needs. full story

  • Time in Turkey
    Capturing Turkey's Beauty in a Single Shot

    Video, Special Turkey's largest newspaper is celebrating its 25th year with a remarkable world photo tour and ending it with a grand stop to New York's Grand Central Station. Ebru's Tasmin Mahfuz spent the day learning about this unique exhibit. full story

  • Corruption Charges in Turkey
    Corruption Charges in Turkey

    Video, World Historical corruption charges in Turkey became a test of democracy. Prime Minister Erdogan's government condemned the police operations that led to arrest to 52 people including sons of three of his ministers. full story

  • Visitors Flock to Reopened U.S. Icon
    Visitors Flock to Reopened U.S. Icon

    Video, Special Derricke Dennis is live in New York City where the very symbol of America re-opens, despite the partial government closure. full story

  • Observing Ramadan in Turkiye
    Observing Ramadan in Turkiye

    Video, Special The streets of Turkey are full of celebration over the traditional observance of Ramadan. During the day, outdoor markets are packed with people, and so are prayer services at night. And Ebru News Correspondent Sean David Hobbs is in the middle of it all. full story

  • Cash Donations Better Than Goods
    Cash Donations Better Than Goods

    Video, Special, Business When a natural disaster strikes, we feel compelled to help. We want to send water, canned goods and food but is it necessary to ship it when you can send a monetary contribution instead? Ebru's Tasmin Mahfuz is live to tell us a new tool to calculate donations. full story

  • Anatolian Festival wraps up on a high note
    Anatolian Festival wraps up on a high note

    Video, Special Ebru's Kristen Kenny reports on the last day of the Anatolian Festival in Los Angeles. Over the past few days we've experienced exotic food,art, and Turkish music. full story

  • Anatolian Festival Underway in Los Angeles
    Anatolian Festival Underway in Los Angeles

    Video, Special The Anatolian festival is underway at the Orange County Fairgrounds in Los Angeles. Ebru's Christine Kenny joins us live for more. full story

  • 13 detained in Turkish bombings, death toll to 51
    13 detained in Turkish bombings, death toll to 51

    World Turkey's prime minister says authorities have detained four more people in connection with two car bomb attacks in a Turkish town near the Syrian border. full story

  • Scholars Discuss Muslim Unity
    Scholars Discuss Muslim Unity

    Video, Special Muslim scholars from 80 countries exchange views about “ijma”, or scholarly consensus, at a two day symposium in Istanbul to promote unity among Muslims around the world. full story

  • Israel Finds New Gas Reserves
    Israel Finds New Gas Reserves

    World, Video While the US maybe the largest producer of oil in the next decade, a new discovery in the Middle East will help Israel and Cyprus but alienate Turkiye. full story

  • Celebrating Culture through Competition
    Celebrating Culture through Competition

    Video, Special, World The Turkish Language Olympiads are an avenue for students across the globe to instill the values of Turkiye through a celebration of its rich, diverse culture. New Jersey just hosted its Turkish Olympiads, and in faraway Houston dozens of students celebrated Turkiye through its music and dance. Ebru's Madeline Penya reports. full story

  • New Science Academy of Chicago Building Opens
    New Science Academy of Chicago Building Opens

    Video, Special More than a decade ago a group of business people from Turkiye had a unique idea. Establishing a school that would push the boundaries of research and understanding. That idea was so successful that now that school is expanding. full story

  • Turkish Cinema at its Finest
    Turkish Cinema at its Finest

    Video, Special, World Turkish writer Orhan Pamuk won the Nobel Prize for Literature 7 years ago, but Turkish films and writing have been fascinating audiences for decades now. Hollywood is home to the LA Turkish Film Festival that showcases some of the best cinematic themes from Turkiye's most respected auteurs. full story

  • Kerry Offended by Erdogan's Remark on Zionism
    Kerry Offended by Erdogan's Remark on Zionism

    Video, World US Secretary of State John Kerry is visiting Turkiye,a key player in the Middle East peace process. The US wants the nation to mend relations with Israel, once a close ally to Turkiye. full story

  • Istanbul paints itself as a hub for modern art
    Istanbul paints itself as a hub for modern art

    Video, World Turkey is a country famed for its rich, artistic heritage and now, the country is also proving itself to be a platform for the contemporary art market as well. Galleries are springing up throughout the capital attracting the artworld's elite, hungry for a slice of a modern Turkish creation. full story

  • Sarai Sierra's Funeral, NYC Mom Killed in Turkiye
    Sarai Sierra's Funeral, NYC Mom Killed in Turkiye

    Video, Special Sarai Sierra, the American mother of two who was murdered in Turkiye last month, was buried in Staten Island, New York. Ebru's Tasmin Mahfuz spoke with her family and friends at the funeral before she was laid to rest. full story

  • Evening News, February 11, 2013
    Evening News, February 11, 2013

    Video Old Age, Ill Health Force 85 Yr. Old Pope to Quit. Two Women, Gunman Die in Courthouse Shooting. Deadly Blast on Turkiye-Syria Border. New Laws Erase Exorbitant Child Care Fees. full story

  • Noon News, January 29, 2013
    Noon News, January 29, 2013

    Video Obama Outlines New Plan in Las Vegas. John Kerry Picked as Next Sec. of State. Footage of Woman Missing in Turkiye Released. Special Record Broken as Kids Pop Packing Material. full story

  • Noon News, January 28, 2013
    Noon News, January 28, 2013

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