Turkey

Russia To Be Turkey's 'first Choice' If Ankara Ousted From F-35 Project – Report

Turkey and the United States have been at loggerheads over Ankara’s decision to acquire Russia-built S-400 air defence systems, which prompted Washington to suspend its delivery of F-35 fighter jet parts to Turkey.
Related topics: Russia, Ankara

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Concerns Rise Over Turkey's Foreign Reserves Amid Lira's Devaluation

The Turkish central bank is undertaking several multi-billion swap operations to boost its foreign currency reserves amid reports the transactions involved short-term borrowed money – stirring concerns of Turkey's financial sustainability among...

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The Us Should Get Ready For King Mohammed Bin Salman

Riyadh finds it outrageous that American lawmakers are trying to meddle in Saudi Arabia’s succession, writes Giorgio Cafiero. By Giorgio Cafiero Special to Consortium News Since the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in the Saudi consulate in Istanbul on...
Related topics: Saudi Arabia, Jamal Khashoggi, Istanbul

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Meet The Su-34 Fighter-bomber: Could Russia Sell This Deadly Jet To Turkey?

Can Kasapoglu Security, Europe What we know. On April 10, 2019, during an interview, Turkey’s foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said that Ankara could opt for additional S-400 systems, and in case the F-35 deliveries were to be hindered, Turkey...
Related topics: Russia, Ankara

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Turkey Arrests Two People On Suspicion Of Spying For Uae - Reports

Reuters, citing an unnamed Turkish official, reported on Friday that the country's authorities had detained two people as part of an investigation by the Istanbul chief prosecutor's office.
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Sex Abuse And Harassment Cases Prompt Protests At Turkey's University Campuses

Students protest for safe spaces as authorities downplay gender equalityPhoto of students protesting against gender-based violence at Ankara University. (Andalou Agency) Earlier this month a 23-year-old woman alleged that she was beaten and...
Related topics: Protests, Ankara

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Turkey Arrests Two Alleged uae Spies, Possible Links To Khashoggi Killing

Turkey has confirmed it arrested two UAE intelligence operatives in Istanbul on Monday, which senior officials say could be linked to last year's murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi.  According to Reuters, citing an unnamed official who made...
Related topics: Jamal Khashoggi, Istanbul, Reuters

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In Meetings In Turkey, Iran Vows To Get Around U.s. Sanctions

Zarif said that the US wants to control relations with other countries, hinting that Turkey must not be influenced by US views.
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Macro Briefing: 19 April 2019

Mueller report reveals dysfunctional Trump White House: Politico Wall Street yawns over release of Mueller report: WE Democrats consider road ahead after release of Mueller report: WSJ Turkey looks to Trump to avoid US sanctions over Russia missile...
Related topics: White House, Russia

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Turkey Insists It Will Remain Part Of F-35 Programme Despite Us Threats

The United States has repeatedly warned of possible sanctions against Turkey under the 2017 Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act (CAATSA), including halting the deliveries of F-35 fighter jets, if Ankara goes ahead with the...
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Turkey 'de Facto' Established Safe Zone In Syria Up To Manbij - Ankara

ANKARA (Sputnik) - A safe zone has been "de facto" established between Turkey and Syria right up to the city of Manbij in Syria, Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin said on Thursday.
Related topics: Syria, Ankara

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As Turkish-us Tensions Escalate, Ankara Looks To Nato

As tensions escalate between Turkey and the United States over the procurement of Russian missiles, Ankara is looking to NATO, which it sees as taking a more nuanced stance on the controversial weapons purchase. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence's...
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Erdogan’s Party Loses Istanbul Election Race , Ekrem Imamoglu Declared Mayor

Turkey’s main opposition candidate was declared Istanbul’s mayor Wednesday after election recounts were completed, despite an appeal still pending by President Tayyip Erdogan’s party to re-run the vote. Initial results from the...
Related topics: Tayyip Erdogan, Istanbul

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"they Don't Have Enough": How Turkey Is Misrepresenting Its Fx Reserves By 100%

Three weeks ago, when Turkey was scrambling to defend the lira ahead of local municipal elections, a potentially destabilizing event which saw significant selling of the currency (and which ended up badly for Erdogan's ruling AKP party, which lost...
Related topics: Tayyip Erdogan

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Ankara Won't Allow Questioning Its Nato Status Over S-400s – Official

MOSCOW (Sputnik) – Turkey will not allow NATO to question its status of an alliance member over the decision to buy Russian S-400 air defence systems (NATO reporting name: SA-21 Growler), Turkish presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin told the...
Related topics: Ankara, Nato, Russia, Moscow

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Turkey Criticizes Us For Designating Iranian Force Terrorist

The U.S. decision to designate Iran's Revolutionary Guard as a terrorist organization is a dangerous development that could lead to chaos, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Wednesday. Speaking at a joint news conference with Iran's...
Related topics: Terrorism, Iran

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U.s.-turkey Riff Centers On Russian Missile Defense System

Senior Turkish officials came to Washington to tamp down a growing showdown over their plans to install a Russian missile air defense system. They hope President Trump will waive mandatory sanctions.

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Turkish Ruling Party Files Appeal Against Istanbul Election Results – Reports

ANKARA (Sputnik) – Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) filed on Tuesday an appeal with the Supreme Election Council against the results of the recent mayoral election in the country’s biggest city of Istanbul, the Anadolu news...
Related topics: Istanbul, Ankara

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How Turkey's Industry Could Suffer From The S-400 Deal With Russia

Ankara, Turkey — After experiencing a decade of growth, Turkey's increasingly vibrant defense industry may fall victim to the government's quest to purchase the Russian S-400 surface-to-air missile defense system, a deal that will make Turkey the...
Related topics: Russia, Ankara

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One Senseless Death In Turkey: A Reflection Of The Fate Of Palestinian Refugees

It’s common knowledge that large numbers of Gaza youth dream of emigrating. Except we think of it as “escaping”—as if from prison. What is not as well covered here or elsewhere is what happens afterward—if and when Palestinians manage to...
Related topics: Gaza Strip, Palestine

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