Wildfires in southern Turkey

epaselect epa09392589 People try to put out the fire during the wildfires at the Yuvarlakcay village of the Koycegiz district of Mugla, Turkey, 03 August 2021. At least eight people have died in the wildfires raging in Turkey's Mediterranean towns, the Turkish health ministry confirmed on 02 August 2021. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Fenerbahce vs CSKA Moscow

epaselect epa07238914 Fenerbahce's Nikola Kalinic (L) in action against CSKA Moscow's Kyle Hines (2-L) and Joel Bolomboy (2-R) during the Euroleague basketball match between Fenerbahce Beko and CSKA Moscow in Istanbul, Turkey, 18 December 2018. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Marmara sea covered by sea snot in Kocaeli

epa09619032 An aerial photo made with a drone shows, children swimming in the Marmara sea covered by sea snot in Darica district of Kocaeli, Turkey, 11 June 2021. Because of global heating, a blanket of mucus-like substance in the Marmara Sea increasing day by day threatens the fishing industry and the environment. According to the media reports, sea snot, which is formed as a result of the proliferation of microalgae called phytoplankton in the sea, has descended 30 meters from the surface in some regions on the Marmara Sea. The biggest reason for this is that the water temperature in the Marmara Sea is 2.5 degrees above the average of the last 40 years.   EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Funeral services of Covid-19 victims in Istanbul

epaselect epa08678620 Morgue workers wear personal protective equipment (PPE) as they prepare a body of Covid-19 victim for a funeral ceremony at the Cekmekoy morgue in Istanbul, Turkey, 18 September 2020. Turkish authorities have now allowed the reopening of restaurants, cafes, parks and beaches, as well as lifting the ban on inter-city travel, as the country eases the restrictions it had imposed in a bid to stem the spread of the ongoing pandemic of the COVID-19 disease caused by the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Thousands of hand knotted Turkish carpets are being lay out in fields

epa07085104 YEARENDER AUGUST 2018 A picture made with a drone shows thousands of hand knotted Turkish carpets in a field owned by carpet companies at Dosemealti district in Antalya, Turkey, 10 August 2018. Workers put almost 30,000 carpets on fields to soften their colors, to become more pastel under the sun. The carpet weaving tradition has a long history in Turkey dating back to ancient times. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Galatasaray vs Istanbul Basaksehir

epaselect epa07585032 Galatasaray's Sofiane Feghouli (back) scores the 1-1 at the Turkish Super League derby match between Galatasaray and Istanbul Basaksehir in Istanbul, Turkey 19 May 2019. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Refugees fleeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh in Turkey

epa07080405 Refugees arrive in Turkey along a route to the west, in Erzurum, Turkey, 23 April 2017. The Turkish government has deported at least 7,000 Afghan refugees back to Kabul recently, according to the Interior Ministry's General Directorate of Migration Management. Nearly 20,000 refugees fleeing Afghanistan, Pakistan and Bangladesh have arrived in Turkey through illegal means over the past three months, as the country is a transit country for migrants to reach Europe. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

Refugees and migrants gather at Turkish-Greek land border

epaselect epa08258625 A large number of refugees gather at the Turkish side of the closed-off Turkish-Greek border, Edirne, Turkey, 29 February 2020. The Turkish government announced its decision to no longer stop refugees from reaching Europe after 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in Idlib, Syria on 27 February. EPA-EFE/ERDEM SAHIN

The funeral of Archbishop Mesrob II Mutafyan of Armenian Patriarchate in Turkey

epa07884631 People carry the coffin of Archbishop Mesrob II Mutafyan of Armenian Patriarchate in Turkey during a funeral ceremony at Surp Asdvadzadzin Patriarchate Church in Istanbul, Turkey, 17 March 2019. The religious leader of Christian Armenians in Turkey, Archbishop Mesrob II has died at age 62 on 03 March 2019. He had been suffering from dementia since 2008. Mesrob was elected Patriarch in 1998 instead of late Karekin II. EPA-EFE/Erdem Sahin
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