40 CSOs in US slam hate speech being used by AK Party gov’t officials
A total of 40 civil society organizations serving in various states of the US under the umbrella of the Houston-based Turquoise Council of Americans and Eurasians (TCAE) have criticized the hateful language adopted by top government officials after a major corruption scandal erupted back in December, saying that society is deliberately being polarized by these officials.
Historic Silk Road showcased in Texas
At the Anatolian Cultures and Food Festival held three years ago in California, 11 gigantic portals that symbolized Anatolia’s past civilizations were aligned along the Road of Civilizations in what amounted to be the greatest event for the promotion of Turkey in the US.
Main opposition CHP’s visit to Gülen organization a ‘unifying action’
The main opposition Republican People’s Party’s (CHP) recent visit to the Turkic American Alliance (TAA), one of Fethullah Gülen’s U.S.-based organizations, was an “inclusive, unifying action,” CHPdeputy chair Faruk Loğoğlu has said.
Mississippi House of Representatives adopts resolution on Azerbaijan
The Mississippi House of Representatives has adopted a resolution regarding the 21st anniversary of diplomatic relations between Azerbaijan and the US.
Stafford event to feature arts, food Eurasia
The festival will feature arts, crafts, food, music and dance performances from the six countries occupying the same region as the old Silk Road trade route.
Silk Road Festival a smooth one in Stafford
The first ever Silk Road Festival wrapped up Sunday in Stafford. The special four-day event featuring food, art, music and dance brought together hundreds of people from six countries.
There were lots of sound effects and facial expressions coming from the food area of the Silk Road Festival today.