Putin and Erdoğan finally agree to meet 1st week August

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After the decision to restore broken ties between Russia and Turkey, Putin and Erdoğan have agreed to meet in the first week of August, as reported by Turkish presidential sources on Sunday. It is also reported that parties reached said agreement over a telephone call made by the Russian President to convey his support to Turkey following Friday’s More...

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By Editor On Saturday, July 16th, 2016
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Turkey: Coupe attempt against Ak Party government fails

On July 15th Turkey witnessed a coup attempt organized by a small group from the Turkish military. A group of Turkish military officers announced on TRT (Turkey’s State Radio Television) late Thursday they were More...

By Editor On Saturday, May 28th, 2016
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Ankara not happy with US troops wearing YPG insignia in Syria

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By Editor On Friday, May 27th, 2016
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Human rights violations in Turkey on agenda of Amnesty secretary-general

Some believe that Turkey has recently been losing altitude in terms of the respect it has earned throughout decades on the international arena due to the foreign policies it has adopted in the last decade and the More...

By Editor On Monday, April 25th, 2016
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Should Turkey be happy about the refugee deal made with EU?

In an analysis of the terrifying Syrian conflict still unsolved, it could be interesting to have the answer to the question “who is among big time losers when we look at the current picture”. It goes without More...

By Editor On Sunday, April 24th, 2016
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German Chancellor Angela Merkel & top EU officials visit refugee camp in Turkey

German Chancellor Angela Merkel & top EU officials visit Nizip refugee camp in near Syrian border As planned earlier Nizip refugee camp in Gaziantep near Syrian border received some important guests on Saturday.  More...

By Editor On Sunday, April 24th, 2016
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Istanbul court releases academics charged with terror propaganda

An Istanbul court has released academics charged with terror propaganda. It was good news for democracy yesterday as a court ordered the release of four Turkish academics on April 22 on the first hearing of a trial More...

By Editor On Saturday, April 23rd, 2016
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United States spokesperson expresses concern on press freedom in Turkey

United States spokesperson expresses concern once again on press freedom in Turkey The attitude of the administration in Turkey towards press freedom and journalists is not welcome by the western world and the USA More...

By Editor On Sunday, April 17th, 2016
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Turkey & Saudi Arabia; Current allies or enemies from the past?

Turkey and Saudi Arabia certainly have a strong common history from many years ago. When the Ottoman Empire was the almighty power in the Middle East – as well as Africa and some other regions – Saudi Arabia More...

By Editor On Friday, April 15th, 2016
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How long more will the tension between Russia & Turkey last?

No one can say the relations between Russia and Turkey have been particularly favorable throughout history. In fact the two countries have experienced tough clashes during the Ottoman Empire time and caused serious More...

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