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Turkey Lashes Out at US Over Forming ‘Army of Terror’ on Turkish Border

Turkey’s authorities continued to rail against the U.S. for a coalition plan to form a new force in northern Syria…

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In Retaliation, Turkey Issues Travel Warning for Citizens Heading to US

After the U.S. State Department urged its citizens to reconsider travel to Turkey, citing security concerns and arbitrary arrests, Ankara…

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Foreign Affairs

Turkey Summons US Diplomat Over Training of Syrian Kurdish Militia

The Turkish Foreign Ministry summoned a senior U.S. diplomat in Ankara to convey Turkey’s deep uneasiness over U.S. training of…

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Turkey to Bring Zarrab Case to UN, Citing Sovereignty

Turkish authorities are mulling to bring a case in New York City where Turkish nationals are standing trial on charges…

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Media

Turkish Media Highlights — Dec. 2, 2017

Headlines Hurriyet His Assets Are Seized  In a surprise step after Turkish-Iranian businessman Reza Zarrab decided to become a witness…

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Foreign Affairs

Trump to Erdogan: US Will No Longer Send Arms to Kurdish YPG

Days after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan blasted the U.S. for sending armored vehicles to Syrian Kurdish militia YPG, U.S. President…

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Report: US Visa Applications Returning to Normal in Istanbul

The U.S. Consulate in Istanbul will review and process 500 visa applications on Monday after it gave appointments to hundreds…

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International

Convicted Murderer Back in Greek Prison After 2-Day Furlough

Athens, AP — Dimitris Koufodinas, a convicted gunman for an extreme left-wing group who once was Greece’s most-wanted terrorist, returned…

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Foreign Affairs

Turkish PM Hails US Visa Move As a Positive Step

Ankara (AFP)-  Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim on Tuesday hailed the resumption of limited visa services by the U.S. as a…

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