Turkey

Beijing Safety Alert For Turkey Travel Amid Row Over Treatment Of Ethnic Uyghurs

China has warned its citizens traveling in Turkey to “be wary and pay attention to their personal safety” amid a row between the two countries over the treatment of China’s Muslim ethnic Uyghur people in the Xinjiang region of Asia’s largest...
Related topics: China, Beijing, Xinjiang

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Us Urges Allies To Send 1,500 Troops To Syria To Create Safe Zone – Reports

Earlier on Friday, US Senator Lindsey Graham called for a joint military presence of EU countries and the US in Syria in order to protect American-backed Kurdish forces in the country from Ankara, as well as to prevent the Daesh* terrorist group...
Related topics: Syria, Lindsey Graham, Military, Ankara, Terrorism

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You’re Addicted To Plastic. Can You Go Cold Turkey?

Going plastic free starts with cloth bags and straws. Suddenly, you’re … making your own toothpaste?

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Infantino ‘happy’ About Refugee Footballer’s Return To Australia

Istanbul (AFP) – FIFA president Gianni Infantino on Friday expressed joy over refugee footballer Hakeem al-Araibi’s return to Australia after a two-month ordeal saw him jailed in Thailand and threatened with forced return to his native...
Related topics: Australia, Istanbul, Fifa, Thailand, Bahrain

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The Complexities Of Enes Kanter’s Relationship With Turkey

Portland’s newest acquisition is a wanted man in his country of origin. How that developed, and links to further reading. Enes Kanter, the Portland Trail Blazers’ newly acquired big man, made national headlines last month when he did not travel...

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Turkish Man Sentenced To Read & Summarize Erdogan's Biography For Insulting Him

Via TurkishMinute.com, An Istanbul court sentenced 75-year-old Ali Şahin, who was accused of insulting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to read and summarize 24 books, including an Erdogan biography, the Oda TV news website reported on...
Related topics: Tayyip Erdogan, Biographies, Istanbul

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After Leaving Britain To Join Isis, Teenager Wants To Come Back To Raise Her Child

Four years after she left London to join the Islamic State, Shamima Begum, now 19, wants to come back — but authorities warn she could face prosecution. Begum was 15 when she flew to Istanbul with two other teenage friends, Amira Abase and Kadiza...
Related topics: Isis, United Kingdom, London, Istanbul

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Khashoggi's Body Possibly Burnt In Oven In Saudi Consulate In Istanbul - Police

ANKARA (Sputnik) - The body of Saudi opposition journalist Jamal Khashoggi might have been burnt in an oven installed in the Saudi Consulate General in Istanbul, the city’s police department said on Thursday.
Related topics: Jamal Khashoggi, Istanbul, Police, Ankara

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Tensions Surfacing At Trilateral Summit On Syria

Tensions appear to be surfacing between Russia and Turkey just hours into a three-way summit on the Syrian conflict being hosted in the Black Sea resort of Sochi. According to Kremlin spokeswoman Maria Zakharova, Russia has told Turkey it lacked...
Related topics: Syria, Russia, Kremlin

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Turkey Making All Efforts To Prevent Attacks On Hmeymim Military Base - Erdogan

SOCHI (Sputnik) - Turkey is doing everything possible to prevent militant attacks on the Russian military base in Syria's Hmeymim, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday.
Related topics: Military, Tayyip Erdogan, Syria

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Turkey Wants Russia, Iran To Prevent Terrorist Corridor On Syrian Border

Turkey expects assistance from its partners on Astana format talks - Russia and Iran - to prevent the emergence of a terrorist corridor on the Syrian-Turkish border, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Thursday at a press conference...
Related topics: Russia, Iran, Terrorism, Tayyip Erdogan

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Turkish-chinese Tensions Escalate Over Uighurs

China has issued a travel warning to its residents visiting Turkey, in a move seen as targeting Turkey's large tourism industry. The advisory is the latest escalation in bilateral tensions after Hami Aksoy, a spokesman for the Turkish foreign...
Related topics: China

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From Venezuela To China, Turkey Seeks Broader Global Role

Turkey has a long-standing relationship with Venezuela.
Related topics: Venezuela, China

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$200 Million Ghost Town Of Castles, Created By Turkey's Recession

More than 500 hundred chateaux have been abandoned at the Burj Al Babas luxury housing development in Turkey after its developer filed for bankruptcy last November. The homes were crafted for wealthy Gulf investors in Turkey’s northern Bolu...
Related topics: Bankruptcy

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Assad’s Only Option In Winning Syria’s Civil War Is ‘military Solution’

As the fight against Daesh in Syria closes, the question of the final showdown over Idlib, occupied by terrorist forces loosely supported by Turkey, remains, as do Israeli attacks in the south. A former UK diplomat to Syria tells Sputnik the Idlib...
Related topics: Bashar Al-Assad, Syria, Terrorism, Military, United Kingdom

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Blast Hits Syrian Side Of Border Crossing With Turkey - Reports (video)

According to the Turkish NTV broadcaster, an explosion has hit the Syrian side of the Bab al-Salameh crossing on the Syria-Turkey border.
Related topics: World Videos, Syria

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Us Again Urges Turkey Not To Buy Russian S-400s, Warns It May Scrap Patriot Deal

The statement comes after Ibrahim Kalin, a spokesman for Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said last month that deliveries of Russian S-400 systems to Turkey are not intertwined with the possible purchase of US-manufactured Patriot...
Related topics: Tayyip Erdogan

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China Protests Over Turkey's Criticism Of 're-education Camps' For Uyghurs

BEIJING (Sputnik) - China has expressed its protest over the Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman Hami Aksoy’s claims that Chinese Uyghur "re-education camps" were "internment camps," the Chinese Foreign Ministry's spokeswoman said on Monday.
Related topics: China, Protests, Beijing

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European Court Deals Blow To Human Rights Efforts In Turkey

The European Court of Human Rights has dealt Turkish human rights activists a significant blow in its refusal to hear a pivotal case stemming from a Turkish military operation that left more than 100 civilians dead. The military campaign took place...
Related topics: Human Rights, Activism, Military

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Underperforming Turkey Sack Coach Lucescu

Istanbul (AFP) – The Turkish Football Federation (TFF) announced on Monday the immediate departure of Romanian Mircea Lucescu as coach of the national team, who has overseen a slump since taking up the job in 2017. Under the 73-year-old the...
Related topics: Istanbul

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