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Turkish president calls German chancellor ‘terrorist supporter’

ANKARA: (Web Desk) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan turns a deaf ear to a European Union warning to tone down his inflammatory rhetoric against its leaders, this time lashing out at German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a “terrorist supporter.” In a Monday interview with A-Haber television, Erdogan said “Mrs. Merkel, …

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Netherlands will ‘pay the price’ for insult, warns Erdogan

ROTTERDAM: (Web Desk) Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday drove his dispute with European nations to the hilt, claiming that “Nazism is alive in the West” after two of his ministers were prevented from campaigning in the Netherlands over the weekend. While Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte worked to …

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Turkey Eliminates Four PKK Militants in Country’s Southeast

Ankara: (Web Desk) Four PKK militants were killed by Turkish security forces in the country’s southeastern Hakkari province, according to local media reports.Turkish security forces killed four members of Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in ongoing special operations in the country’s southeastern Hakkari province, local media reported Saturday, citing the Turkish …

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The Relations Between the United States and Turkey May Get Worse

According to The Daily Telegraph, Washington might get into difficulty in Syria because of the confrontation between Turkey and the Kurdish forces, who are arguing about Raqqa assault, is daily getting more and more aggravated. Ankara considers that the Kurdish forces in Syria are terroristic, and connect with the Kurdistan …

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UN Slams Turkey over ‘serious rights abuses’ in southeastern regions

ANKARA: (Web Desk) The United Nations has accused Turkish Security forces of committing serious human rights violations in their operations against Kurdish militants in the southeastern regions of the country. The Friday report by the UN rights office provided detailed evidence of “massive destruction, killings and numerous other serious human …

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Helicopter with business executives crashes in Istanbul, kills five

ANKARA: (Web Desk) A helicopter carrying high-level business executives crashed onto a Turkish highway on Friday, killing five people on board, after it hit a television tower in an outlying district of Istanbul, NTV television said. An official of Kugu Havacilik, a company involved in issuing the license for the …

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Turkey Detains Russian Citizen Reportedly Connected With Karlov’s Assassin

ANKARA: (Web Desk) A female Russian citizen allegedly connected to the suspected assassin of Russian Ambassador to Turkey Andrey Karlov has been detained in Ankara, Turkish media cited a law enforcement source in its report Monday. Investigators suspect Ekaterina, 33, of maintaining telephone contacts and exchanging WhatsApp messages with off-duty …

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Turkish forces next step in Syria is Kurd-held Manbij: Erdogan

ANKARA: Turkey says that after its forces complete their operations in Syria’s al-Bab, they will move towards the Kurdish-held city of Manbij. “Now it is time for Manbij, which belongs to the Arabs, not the PYD or YPG,” said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday. Turkish authorities first announced …

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Largest coup trial opens in Turkey

ANKARA: The biggest trial of suspects accused of involvement in last year’s failed July coup opened in Turkey on Tuesday in a courtroom especially built to hold more than 1,500 people. Some 330 suspects were put on trial in Sincan outside the capital Ankara, and if convicted, they face multiple …

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