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Bugzy Malone Joins Guy Ritchie’s New Spy Thriller as Filming Begins Tomorrow

Bugzy Malone Joins Guy Ritchie’s New Spy Thriller as Filming Begins Tomorrow According to Deadline, British rapper Bugzy Malone has officially joined the cast of Guy Ritchie’s forthcoming international spy thriller film, reuniting him with the filmmaker, who previously worked together in last year’s The Gentlemen. He will be joining previously announced cast members Jason Statham, Aubrey Plaza, and Cary Elwes. In addition, production on the untitled film will finally begin tomorrow in Doha, Q...
Tags: UK, Movies, Ireland, Jon Hamm, Cia, Jason Statham, Jason, Guy Ritchie, Miramax, US UK, Doha Qatar, Ritchie, Antalya Turkey, Nasser Al Khelaifi, Media Group, Statham


A Ukrainian airline banned a passenger for life after she opened a jet's emergency exit door and walked around on the wing

A passenger flying Ukraine International Airlines opened an emergency exit door and walked out on the wing after reportedly being "too hot." Maxym Marusenko/Getty A passenger flying Ukraine International Airlines opened an overwing emergency exit door on Monday to cool down after reportedly being "too hot," CNN reported. The Boeing 737-800 had just arrived at the gate in Kyiv from Antalya, Turkey when the female passenger opened the door and ventured out onto the wing.  Ukraine Internation...
Tags: Transportation, Air Travel, Planes, Trends, Ukraine, Cnn, Flying, Aviation, Airlines, Boeing, Antalya Turkey, Kyiv, Ukraine International Airlines, Boeing 737, Boryspil International Airport, Thomas Pallini


Hiker Falls to Her Death While Posing for Photo on Cliff to Celebrate End of Coronavirus Lockdown

A woman from Kazakhstan was reportedly killed after she fell more than 100 feet off a cliff in Turkey while posing for a photo to celebrate the end of the area’s coronavirus lockdown. 31-year-old Olesia Suspitsina was out hiking with a friend Sunday (Apr. 26) in Duden Park—located in Antalya, Turkey—the same day the government lifted a weeks-long shelter-in-place order. “We came to the park in the evening, we drank wine,” the unnamed friend explained to News1. “Then we were talking to a friend w...
Tags: News, Turkey, Daily Mail, Jazz, Kazakhstan, Antalya Turkey, Kostanay, Human Interest, Sad News, Olga Kravchuk, Shelter-in-Place, Freak Accidents, Olesia, Coronavirus, COVID-19, Olesya


Erdogan Uses Video of New Zealand Attacks at Election Rallies

The Turkish president used blurred images of the assault to criticize an opposition leader, comparing him to a notorious Australian politician.
Tags: News, New Zealand, Erdogan, Facebook Inc, Fraser, Tarrant, Anning, Recep Tayyip, Downloads and Streaming, Video Recordings, Muslims and Islam, Justice and Development Party (Turkey, Bosporus (Turkey, Antalya (Turkey, Christchurch (New Zealand, Brenton Harrison


Turkey begins oil and gas search that could stoke tensions

ANTALYA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey says it has begun a search for oil and gas in east Mediterranean waters in a move that could stoke regional tensions.The drillship 'Conquerer' began exploratory drilling Wednesday off Antalya on Turkey's... [Author: [email protected]]
Tags: Business, Turkey, Ap, Mediterranean, Antalya, Antalya Turkey


Graham Arnold names first Australia squad for Turkey training camp

The Socceroos defender provided both assists for Red Star Belgrade in a 2-2 draw, earning Champions League qualification. Socceroos coach Graham Arnold will look to change the style of the of the team and showcase players' attacking flair. Graham Arnold's first Socceroos squad features just one A-League player among the 31 names heading to a week-long training camp next week. Dimi Petratos is the sole Australian-based name among the group returning to to Antalya, Turkey -- th...
Tags: Australia, Football, Sport, Turkey, Story, Red Star Belgrade, Socceroos, Graham Arnold, Antalya Turkey, Arnold Arnold, Dimi Petratos


Turkey’s Colorful Carpet Fields Bask in Summer Sun

Tens of thousands of rugs are laid out every year to soften their colors for a market that prefers pastel tones.
Tags: News, Turkey, Shopping and Retail, Dyes and Dyestuffs, Carpets and Rugs, Antalya (Turkey


A Cobra Strikes. A Magician Is Stricken. Middle Eastern Foes Unite.

After an Egyptian cobra bit a famous Turkish illusionist, officials scrambled to get him to Cairo for treatment. It was a rare instance of cooperation between the countries.
Tags: News, Cairo, Politics And Government, Magic and Magicians, Cairo (Egypt, Antalya (Turkey


Passenger Clapping Turns to Screams at Plane Goes Off the Runway

On Thursday a Bravo Air MD-83 left Antalya, Turkey bound for Kiev, Ukraine. There were 169 passengers and 6 crew on board. On arrival the aircraft landed but veered off the runway before coming to a stop. A passenger was videotaping the landing from inside the cabin. At 22 seconds you can hear clapping after touchdown, but at 37 seconds you can hear in turn to screams. It’s incredibly eerie. Continue reading Passenger Clapping Turns to Screams at Plane Goes Off the Runway...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Kiev Ukraine, Antalya Turkey, Bravo Air MD


Australia's World Cup squad full of 'untapped potential' - Trent Sainsbury

Can Australia make an impact at Russia 2018 under new coach Bert van Marwijk? Here's a look at how the Socceroos shape up. Socceroos midfielder Jackson Irvine hails "leader" Tim Cahill as the veteran has been included in the preliminary Australia World Cup 2018 squad. Socceroos' Josh Brilliante believes new coach Bert Van Marwijk is creating a fresh culture for Australia ahead of the World Cup. The ESPN panel in London are skeptical of Australia ahead of the ...
Tags: London, Australia, Russia, Football, Sport, Story, Tim Cahill, FIFA World Cup, Espn, Jackson, Australian A-League, Socceroos, Irvine, Antalya Turkey, Mark Milligan, Tim Cahill Mile Jedinak


Qatar Airways confirms substantial annual loss, blames regional row | Reuters

Qatar Airways confirms substantial annual loss, blames regional row | Reuters:"Qatar Airways made a “substantial” loss in its last financial year because of a regional dispute that has banned the airline from four Arab countries, its chief executive said on Wednesday without revealing the extent of the losses.Qatar Airways has been blocked from flying to 18 cities in Saudi Arabia, the United Arab Emirates, Bahrain and Egypt since June when those countries cut ties with Qatar, accusing it of supp...
Tags: Travel, Saudi Arabia, Qatar, Egypt, Doha, Reuters, Qatar Airways, Akbar Al Baker, Antalya Turkey, United Arab Emirates Bahrain, Rupert Neil Bumfrey, Eurasia Airshow


Honeymoon Like a Local – Caz and Louis’ Antalya, Turkey

Image: @Discovering_Antalya Caz and Louis moved from their home city of Melbourne to the other side of the world, Antalya, Turkey about six months ago to spend time with family and enjoy a change of scene, travel Europe, and pay more attention to the things that make them happy, like reading, writing, playing music, and practising yoga and boxing (check out Caz’s boxing blog here, She Can Punch). We asked them a handful of questions about their new home in Antalya and they’ve come back to us wit...
Tags: Europe, Wedding, Melbourne, Louis, Antalya, Caz, Antalya Turkey, Honeymoons, Honeymoon Like a Local, Local Caz


"I didn't lose it, Justin went ahead and won it" — Harrington

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 05:  Justin Rose of England poses with the trophy after his victory during the final round of the Turkish Airlines Open at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort on November 5, 2017 in Antalya, Turkey.  (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images) Pádraig Harrington took nothing but positives from his fourth-place finish behind Justin Rose in the Turkish Airlines O...
Tags: England, Sport, South Africa, Golf, Justin Rose, European Tour, Dubai, Shane Lowry, Nedbank Golf Challenge, Rose, Justin, Antalya, Tommy, Harrington, Antalya Turkey, Dylan Frittelli


Chinese Director Vivian Qu’s Sexual Assault Drama ‘Angels Wear White’ Wins Top Honors at Antalya Film Festival

ANTALYA, Turkey — Chinese director-producer Vivian Qu’s sexual assault-themed drama “Angels Wear White” was the top winner at the 54th Antalya Film Festival in Turkey where it scooped prizes for best film and best actress. “Angels,” which exposes the corruption of Chinese police as they cover up for a government official involved in the sexual assault […]
Tags: Turkey, Festivals, Antalya Turkey, Antalya Film Festival, Vivian Qu, Angeles Wear White


Antalya Festival: Ender Özkahraman on ‘Ugly Duckling,’ Plastic Surgery in the Kurdish Community

ANTALYA, Turkey — The Turkish film “Ugly Duckling” by Ender Özkahraman, screening in the main competition at Antalya, takes on a hot-button issue from an unconventional angle, says the writer-director. He knew he had found his way into the story of life among Kurds in the Turkish-Syrian-Iraqi border regions when he came across a true […]
Tags: News, Global, Festivals, Antalya, Antalya Turkey, Antalya Film Festival, Ender Ozkahraman


Antalya Festival: A Modest Christopher Walken on ‘King of New York,’ His Own Acting Style, and Michael Cimino

ANTALYA, Turkey —  Veteran character actor Christopher Walken, at the Antalya Fest to screen his 1990 cult hit, Abel Ferrara’s “King of New York,” recalled that his mafia kingpin role – like many of his turns – grew out of his roots in the streets of Queens. “My old neighborhood when I was kid, that’s […]
Tags: New York, News, Global, Queens, Festivals, Christopher Walken, Antalya, Antalya Turkey, Michael Cimino, Abel Ferrara, Antalya Film Festival, Antalya Fest


Antalya Festival: A Modest Christopher Walken Talks ‘King of New York,’ His Own Acting Style, and Michael Cimino

ANTALYA, Turkey —  Veteran character actor Christopher Walken, at the Antalya Fest to screen his 1990 cult hit, Abel Ferrara’s “King of New York,” recalled that his mafia kingpin role – like many of his turns – grew out of his roots in the streets of Queens. “My old neighborhood when I was kid, that’s […]
Tags: New York, News, Global, Queens, Festivals, Christopher Walken, Antalya, Antalya Turkey, Michael Cimino, Abel Ferrara, Antalya Film Festival, Antalya Fest


Antalya Festival: Juliette Lewis on Harvey Weinstein, Acting with Robert De Niro, ‘Natural Born Killers’

ANTALYA, Turkey — When asked whether she’s ever had trouble from along the lines of the alleged sexual assaults of Harvey Weinstein, Juliette Lewis said producers were too frightened of her, even at age 18, to try anything. “I scared everyone,” she told fans at the Antalya Film Fest. “Even at 15, people thought I […]
Tags: News, Global, Juliette Lewis, Markets & Festivals, Harvey Weinstein, Festivals, Robert De Niro, Antalya, Antalya Turkey, Antalya Festival, Harvey Weinstein Juliette Lewis, Antalya Film Fest


Passengers and Crew Restrain Man Who Punched Girlfriend. He’s Only Fined $17!

A man was arrested and fined after flying from Antalya, Turkey home to Ufa, Russia. He was swearing loudly and ‘becoming violent‘ before punching his 26 year old female travel companion. Here’s video of the man being ‘handled’ by other crew and passengers. Continue reading Passengers and Crew Restrain Man Who Punched Girlfriend. He’s Only Fined $17!...
Tags: Travel, Advice, Antalya Turkey, UFA Russia


The Geopolitics of Energy, and Impacts on Iraq’s Petroleum Sector

By Ahmed Mousa Jiyad. Any opinions expressed are those of the authors, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Iraq Business News. This is a summary of a PowerPoint presentation prepared for and to be delivered before the international “8th Turkey Energy Summit Congress”, held at Antalya, Turkey, 10-11 October 2017. The presentation was formulated on two interrelated premises; Iraq is the only Arab country that is resource rich and “semi-landlocked”; has only narrow corridor to internationa...
Tags: News, Iraq, Iran, Un, Norway, Jordan, Iraq Business News, Skype, Kuwait, Ahmed Mousa Jiyad Any, Ministry of Oil, Jiyad, Iraq National Oil Company, Ministry of Trade, Uganda Sudan, Arabian Gulf


Olympic podium: Rose, Stenson and Kuchar set for Turkish Airlines Open

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 06:  Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark poses with the trophy following his victory in the Turkish Airlines Open at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort on November 6, 2016 in Antalya, Turkey.  Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images The Turkish Airlines Open will boast all three of last year’s Olympic medallists, with Justin Rose, Henrik Stenson and Matt Kuchar ...
Tags: Asia, Europe, Sport, Turkey, Golf, European Tour, Dubai, Denmark, Rio, Turkish Airlines, Rose, Justin, Henrik, Antalya, Antalya Turkey, Stenson


Cyprus police: 85 Syrian migrants took boat from Turkey

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — A Cyprus police spokesman says 85 Syrian migrants who arrived by boat to the island’s northwestern coast have now been taken to a reception center. Police spokesman Michalis Ioannou said Saturday the boat that brought the 64 men, nine women and 12 children to Cyprus set sail from Antalya, Turkey. He […]
Tags: News, Cyprus, Turkey, NICOSIA Cyprus, Antalya Turkey, Nation & World, Michalis Ioannou


Eric Trump Hunts Deer In Turkey As His President-Elect Father Selects Cabinet

Dozens of Americans vowed to leave the country after Republican Donald Trump was elected president earlier this month, but his son actually did. Eric Trump went hunting in Antalya, Turkey recently during a three-day stay in the coastal resort city, Turkish newspaper Hurriyet reported exclusively Tuesday.
Tags: News, Turkey, Donald Trump, Hurriyet, Antalya Turkey, Eric Trump


Olesen sets sights on majors as Harrington pays for late Turkey slip

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 06:  Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark poses with the trophy following his victory during day four of the Turkish Airlines Open at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort on November 6, 2016 in Antalya, Turkey.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images) Thoroughbred Thorbjorn Olesen survived a final round charge by David Horsey to win the $7m Turkish Airlines Open and insisted that his goal now is to contend for majors and a Ryder Cup place...
Tags: China, Sport, Turkey, South Africa, Golf, Rory Mcilroy, Henrik Stenson, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Denmark, Sun City, Danny Willett, Padraig Harrington, Turkish Airlines, Don


Olesen seven clear in Turkish Airlines Open; Harrington in the pack

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 05:  Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark tees off on the 17th hole during day three of the Turkish Airlines Open at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort on November 5, 2016 in Antalya, Turkey.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images) Pádraig Harrington insisted he will continue to wait patiently for his day to come again after closing with a bogey for the third day running in the Turkish Airlines Open.The Dubliner, 45, carded a two under...
Tags: England, China, US, Sport, Austria, Ireland, Golf, Henrik Stenson, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Denmark, Padraig Harrington, Augusta, Brooks, Antalya


"Thorbjorn has a golf game to compete with anybody on any stage in the world" - Harrington

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 04:  Thorbjorn Olesen of Denmark celebrates a birdie after an amazing 'up & down' second shot from behind a tree on the 17th hole during the second round of the Turkish Airlines Open at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort on November 4, 2016 in Antalya, Turkey.  (Photo by Warren Little/Getty Images) Thorbjorn Olesen shot a course record 62 to take a six shot lead in the last two rounds of the Turkish Airlines Open and vowed to rem...
Tags: Europe, England, Sweden, China, Sport, Turkey, Thailand, Levy, Golf, European Tour, Portugal, Dubai, Denmark, Padraig Harrington, Jason Day, Brooks


Pelley insists entertainment trumps big names

ANTALYA, TURKEY - NOVEMBER 03:  George Coetzee of South Africa tees off on the 10th hole during day one of the Turkish Airlines Open at the Regnum Carya Golf & Spa Resort on November 3, 2016 in Antalya, Turkey.  (Photo by Richard Heathcote/Getty Images) When the average world ranking of the top 14 players on the leaderboard in the first event of the Final Series is 186th, you know that something’s not quite right.But for European Tour Chief Executive Keith...
Tags: China, Sport, Turkey, Austria, South Africa, Golf, Henrik Stenson, European Tour, Patrick Reed, Portugal, Dubai, Brazil, Danny Willett, Padraig Harrington, Rio, Turkish Airlines


Antalya: Turkish Film Industry Weathering Turbulent Political Climate

ANTALYA, Turkey — It was an ominous sign for many Turkish bizzers when the government announced earlier this month its plans to leave the EU’s Creative Europe program, a 1.46-billion-euro ($1.59 billion) cultural fund supporting the arts. Since Turkey joined the program as a non-EU member country in 2015, an estimated 2.4 million euros ($2.6 million)... Read more »
Tags: Europe, News, Film, Global, Eu, Turkey, Spotlight, Festivals, Antalya, Antalya Turkey


Antalya: Turkish helmer Yeşim Ustaoğlu on Her Feminist Drama ‘Clair-Obscur’

ANTALYA, Turkey — Not long after her new movie, “Clair-Obscur,” world premiered in Toronto, an audience member asked the acclaimed Turkish helmer Yeşim Ustaoğlu how the powerful, provocative film would fare back home, at a time of growing conservatism in her country. Sharing her concern with a packed house after a recent screening in Antalya, the director laughed... Read more »
Tags: Film, Global, Toronto, Spotlight, Festivals, Antalya, Antalya Turkey


Antalya: Mayor Menderes Türel on Efforts to Turn Turkish Resort Into Cinema Hub

ANTALYA, Turkey — If Antalya mayor Menderes Türel had his way, Tom Cruise, Angelina Jolie, and other Hollywood celebs would be soaking up the sun on the Mediterranean’s shores before popping into a local restaurant for Turkish coffee and kebabs. Afterward, they’d retire to swank seaside homes, peruse the next day’s call sheet, and hit the... Read more »
Tags: Hollywood, Film, Global, Turkey, Festivals, Mediterranean, Antalya, Antalya Turkey