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PM İntroduced Kurdish Education With Democracy Package

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan revealed the details of a democratization package at a press conference in Ankara on today Turkey will lift the ban on the wearing of…

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Turkey’s Opposition Parti CHP: AKP’s Foreign Policy is War-Oriented

The main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP) has criticized the government’s foreign policy for being “war-oriented,” and said Turkey had no neighbors’ doors left to knock on. Speaking at a…

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“Israel Must do More to Normalize Ties With Turkey”

  Turkey’s foreign minister says there has been “some progress” in improving Turkish-Israeli relations but Israel has not yet fulfilled all conditions for normalizing ties.   Relations between the former…

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Abdullah Gul on Foreign Affairs: “Democracy is Pluralism”

Last October, Turkish President Abdullah Gul met with Foreign Affairs Managing Editor Jonathan Tepperman in Ankara to discuss politics at home and throughout the region. This week, with Gul in New York…

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Halki Greek Orthodox Seminary in Istanbul Opens its Doors

The long-closed Halki Greek Orthodox seminary on Istanbul’s Heybeliada Island  opened its doors for a concert. The clerical school, which was closed in 1971 on the grounds of a law…

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Egemen Bagis: “Turkey Would Probably Never Join the EU”

Turkey’s E.U. affairs minister, Egemen Bagis, said Saturday that Turkey would probably never join the union, the world’s biggest trading bloc. Mr. Bagis said at a meeting in Yalta that…

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Turkey’s President: “Discussing Syria Without Iran is Not realistic at All”

President Abdullah Gül will meet his French and Iranian counterparts to discuss the Syria crisis. In his meeting with Turkish journalists President Gül said “discussing Syria without Iran is not…

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Rocket Hits Police Social Facilities Building in Ankara’s Dikmen

A rocket hit a police social facilities building in Ankara’s Dikmen neighborhood in the evening The attack left some material damage, the report said. There was no  reports of casualities….

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Turkish İmam Investigated for Singing in a Rock Band

Turkey have launched an investigation into an imam for singing in a rock band in his spare time. Ahmet Muhsin Tuzer, 42, is imam and muezzin of the mosque in…

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Al Qaeda Seizes Syrian Border Town With Turkey

Reportedly An Al-Qaeda front group fighting in Syria on Wednesday overran the northern town of Azaz near the border with Turkey after fierce clashes with rebels, activists said. “The Islamic State…

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“Israel’s Plan to Bring Cyprus and Turkey Together”

Israel is quietly challenging Turkey and Cyprus to make a choice: move together to develop Israel’s share of the East Mediterranean’s natural gas riches, or stay on the sidelines and…

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Syria:”Turkey Trying to İncrease Tensions by Downing Helicopter”

Syria’s army said on Monday that Turkey had been “hasty” in shooting down a Syrian helicopter after it entered Turkish airspace and accused Prime Minister Tayyip Erdoğan’s government of trying…

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