Turkish political, diplomatic and military muscle is a stark reality of the geopolitical map of South-East Europe, Anatolia and the Middle East. And the peoples of Cyprus and Kurdistan bear witness to that more than most – both…
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Turkish political, diplomatic and military muscle is a stark reality of the geopolitical map of South-East Europe, Anatolia and the Middle East. And the peoples of Cyprus and Kurdistan bear witness to that more than most – both standing up to continual Turkish oppression and in doing so, sharing a similar struggle.
Turkish investigators were on Monday expected to search the Saudi consulate in Istanbul for the first time since journalist Jamal Khashoggi disappeared, after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and King Salman discussed the case by phone.
An American pastor held for two years in Turkey on terror-related charges arrived home in the United States on Saturday and sat down with US President Donald Trump, who signaled an easing in the diplomatic crisis sparked by the case.
A Turkish court on Friday ordered the release of American pastor Andrew Brunson held for the last two years in Turkey, in a case that sparked a crisis in ties with the United States.
A Saudi delegation has arrived in Turkey for talks on missing journalist Jamal Khashoggi, officials said on Friday, with Riyadh and Ankara sharply at odds over how he disappeared last week from the kingdom's Istanbul consulate.
Two more 'anonymous witnesses' have surfaced in the trial of American pastor Andrew Brunson, who is currently under house arrest in Turkey on "espionage" charges and caused a recent diplomatic crisis between the two countries, according to a Thursday report by Hurriyet, while the U.S. government and Brunson's lawyer have high hopes for his release on October 12.
Washington Post columnist Jamal Khashoggi was dragged out of the consul general's office and then killed by two men who later dismembered his body at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul, where he was last seen, the Middle East Eye reported on Wednesday, while presidents of Turkey and the U.S. stepped up pressure on the Saudi government for explanation.
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