Accompanying the leak, it said on its website: "It should be noted that emails associated with the domain are mostly used for dealing with the world, as opposed to the most sensitive internal matters." True to its word, there is plenty of spam from Nigerians with fortunes to bequeath upon you, conspiracy theories and press releases.In December 2016, the Turkish Ministry of Culture and Tourism published an official online note highlighting the region's recent and significant archaeological finds.Mentioned in the article was Prof Lorenzo d'Alfonso's project at Kınık Höyük, where this summer they uncovered a hawk sculpture made of volcanic rock (ryholite) dating to the Achaemenid Period.Among the finds at other sites in Anatolia were a female figurine dating to the Neolithic period, a 3500 year old seal impression of the Hittite period, supposed to have belonged to the famous queen Puduhepa, and a marble statue of "Mother-Goddess Kibele." Read the full Turkish note here and a translation below: EVERY YEAR THOUSANDS OF FINDS EMERGE TO THE LIGHT OF DAY FROM THE EARTH OF ANATOLIA Anatolia, which has hosted many civilizations throughout history, is rich in historical heritage, and this is brought to light through archaeological excavations.Work is underway in Oberpfaffenhofen Germany on reopening production line to build first two new frames plus finishing a previously partially completed frame. Airport Council International Europe this week published an interview with Huseyin Keskin the new CEO of İGA. He states airport still plans a February 2018 opening. ...
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As a result, extremist groups, including Daesh, are now targeting border crossings and other locations in Syria close to the Turkish border.
These attacks are indiscriminate, often result in deaths and injuries, and spill over into Turkey.
Serdar Girginer, which is suggested to have belonged to the famous Hittite queen Puduhepa, at the turn of the 13th century BC.
No less important is the discovery at the Ordu Kurul Kalesi of a marble statue of Mother-Goddess Kibele, which is estimated to be 2,100 years old.