.istanbul

.istanbul and .ist are approved top level domains (TLD) for the Internet. It is a community-based sponsored top-level domain by Istanbul Metropolitan Municipality and subsidiary Medya A.Ş. According to the Medya A.Ş., .istanbul will improve awareness on İstanbul's historical heritage and help economic growth by allowing unlimited and open registration of the names.

Along with TLDs such as .cat and .asia, .istanbul and other new TLDs fall into the new category of GeoTLDs.

See also

.tr

References


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ANALYSIS - The New Natural Gas Hub of Europe: Türkiye

Anadolu Agency 31 Jan 2023
from the Center for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee and is academic at Ibn Haldun University in Istanbul ... Ereğlisi LNG terminal, located 95 kilometers west of Istanbul with a 30-year-long experience operating on Turkish territorial waters....
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Court cases test opposing views of online content moderation

The Spokesman-Review 31 Jan 2023
The cases test congressional intent in that law ... The family of a Jordanian shot and killed in a 2017 terror attack in Istanbul sued under the 1987 law, asserting that Twitter was aiding and abetting terrorism by allowing users with links to terrorist groups to use its site ... The court found the law inconsistent with the First Amendment....
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Malta Observatory on Femicide ‘troubled’ by proceedings, outcome of Sion Grech murder trial

The Malta Independent 25 Jan 2023
The length of time that this case has taken to reach a jury, the lack of proper preservation of evidence and inadmissibility of evidence due to it not being properly kept at law, the lack of sensitivity towards the victim and the witnesses, despite that the Istanbul Convention ......
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Texas father-of-three linked to murder of Colombian DJ girlfriend who was found in suitcase was ...

The Daily Mail 25 Jan 2023
Poulos, a native of Wisconsin, had planned to fly on first class to Istanbul on a Turkish Airlines flight and then connect Thursday to a flight to Montenegro – where there is no extradition treaty with Colombia ... The tickets to São Paulo and Istanbul were purchased with cash to prevent law enforcement from tracing his steps ... RELATED ARTICLES ... ....
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Afghanistan: Even the heads of mannequins are not safe from the Taliban

Greek City Times 24 Jan 2023
In the country, which has the harshest laws against women, shopkeepers are forced to cover the faces of mannequins with cloth, bags and even foil to prevent "beheading" from the Taliban ... They said they were doing this to enable them to create an Islamic learning environment aligned with Sharia law practices, including changes to the curriculum....
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Turkey preps draft law for debt restructuring before elections -Erdogan

FX Empire 23 Jan 2023
ISTANBUL (Reuters) – Turkey’s ruling AK Party is preparing a draft law to let people and companies restructure debt to public institutions, President Tayyip Erdogan said on Monday, one of a string of eye-catching measures promised ahead of elections ... “We are preparing a draft law ......
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Turkish official says Sweden still must address antiterrorism to win support for NATO bid

The Spokesman-Review 15 Jan 2023
ISTANBUL — A top aide to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey suggested on Saturday that it could take more than six months for Sweden to do what is necessary to win the country’s support for its bid to join NATO ... These include tightening antiterrorism laws and extraditing people Turkey considers criminals....
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Turkey tells Sweden to hurry for NATO entry

Finger Lakes Times 15 Jan 2023
Yet Sweden said this month that Turkey is asking for too much in exchange for approving membership, suggesting it isn’t imminent ... Speaking to a group of journalists in Istanbul on Saturday, Kalin welcomed Sweden’s constitutional amendments on terrorism laws but said the legal implementation would take up to six months ... and the EU ... ....
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Rs830m paid to Pak officers abroad against law: auditors

The News International 14 Jan 2023
While examining another audit para, the audit officials told the sub-committee that an amount of Rs 830 million was paid to officers of foreign missions against the law under TA/DA ... The audit officials said that according to the law, any amount over Rs 5000 cannot be paid in cash and must be paid only in the form of a cross cheque....

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