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1.  Radikal - Turkey | 28/04/2015

Northern Cyprus would dare to defy Turkey

On the day after his election Mustafa Akıncı has reiterated his goal of reducing Northern Cyprus's dependence on Turkey. Meanwhile Turkish Presient Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ... » more

2.  Hürriyet Daily News - Turkey | 27/04/2015

Armenians isolate Turkey with genocide debate

German President Joachim Gauck and Russian President both used the term genocide on April 24, marking the 100th anniversary of the massacre of Armenians under ... » more

3.  Radikal - Turkey | 07/04/2015

Iran doesn't need Turkey to open doors anymore

Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan is visiting Iran today, Tuesday, despite recently having harshly criticised the country's conduct in Yemen. He must display great ... » more

4.  Hürriyet Daily News - Turkey | 11/03/2015

Turkish intelligence chief divides government

Hakan Fidan, the former head of the Turkish National Intelligence Organisation, announced on Monday that he wants to return to his former post. He resigned ... » more

5.  Hürriyet Daily News - Turkey | 07/01/2015

New attack on Turkish press freedom

The Turkish police on Tuesday searched the Dutch journalist Frederike Geerdink's house in Diyarbakir and interrogated her on charges of helping terrorist organisations. Geerdink's news ... » more

6.  Hürriyet Daily News - Turkey | 03/12/2014

Gas deal with Russia risky for Turkey

Just as Putin has cancelled the South Stream project the Russian gas company Gazprom has agreed to build an offshore pipeline to Turkey. A highly ... » more

7.  Hürriyet Daily News - Turkey | 22/01/2014

Torturers must have no future

One day before the start of the Syria conference, a report by international experts revealing that more than 11,000 people have been tortured and executed ... » more


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