“Istanbul” in the news

Publications and example sentences

CNA
· After rare silence, Istanbul's Grand Bazaar prepares to reopen  
ISTANBUL: An eerie silence has fallen over Istanbul's Grand Bazaar, one of the world's oldest, largest and most visited markets, where a raucous mixture of languages, cultures and commerce has buzzed for centuries.
Malay Mail
· After rare silence, Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar prepares to reopen  
ISTANBUL, May 27 — An eerie silence has fallen over Istanbul’s Grand Bazaar, one of the world’s oldest, largest and most visited markets, where a raucous mixture of languages, cultures and commerce has buzzed for centuries.
FRANCE 24
· After rare silence, Istanbul's Grand Bazaar prepares to reopen  
Istanbul (AFP)
The New York Times
· In His New Book, a War Novelist Turns to More Intimate Battles  
It’s set in the great city of Istanbul.
The Guardian
· Idlib to Tripoli: Turkey moves to dominate eastern Mediterranean  
Bethan McKernan in Istanbul
FRANCE 24
· EuroLeague basketball season cancelled due to coronavirus  
With 28 matches played, Efes Istanbul were leading the league with 24 wins and four defeats, ahead of Barcelona and Real Madrid, who had both won 22 matches.
BBC Sport
· Liverpool beat AC Milan: Memories of the 'Miracle of Istanbul' by those who were there  
Reds fans call it the 'Miracle of Istanbul' and this is how it is remembered by the players, pundits and supporters who were there.
Malay Mail
· From ‘dust’ to glory, Liverpool’s ‘miracle’ of Istanbul  
The English side were underdogs before kick-off in Istanbul despite edging out Chelsea in the semi-finals and a strong Juventus outfit in the last eight, but were completely written off when 3-0 down at half-time in their bid for a fifth European Cup.