Turkey


Turkey Issues Warrants to Ex-Agents for Links to Cleric

Turkey’s state-run news agency says authorities have issued detention warrants for 63 people, mostly ex-intelligence agency workers, for alleged ties to the U.S.-based Muslim cleric accused of masterminding last year’s…

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After Russia, Cofix Sets Sights on Turkey

Cofix, Israel’s discount coffee chain, is expanding its holdings abroad. After entering into an agreement in 2016 to open a chain of coffee shops in Russia, the company has now…

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U.S. Coalition Exchanged Fire With Rebels in Syria

U.S.-led coalition forces returned fire after being repeatedly shot at near Manbij in northern Syria, where they are patrolling near areas held by Turkish-backed rebels, coalition spokesman Colonel Ryan Dillon…

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Iran vs. Turkey, the MidEast’s Perpetual Rivalry

News that Iran’s and Turkey’s governments reached an accord on Idlib, a Syrian town now the focus of American interests, brings relations between two of the largest and most influential…

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Israel Tells Erdogan to Mind His Own Business

The Israeli Foreign Ministry issued an unusually blunt rejoinder to a baleful statement made by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan that Israel will pay a price for its actions at…

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Erdogan Says Muslims Won’t Remain Silent on Yerushalayim Crisis

Turkey’s president has condemned Israeli security precautions at Har Habayis saying the Islamic world would not remain silent. Recep Tayyip Erdogan addressed reporters Sunday in Istanbul before departing on a…

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