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    Astana talks:Iran,Russia,Turkey 'committed' to Syria's territorial integrity

    Iran, Russia and Turkey, guarantors of the Syria ceasefire, have reaffirmed their strong commitment to the Arab country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity after a tripartite foreign ministerial meeting.

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    Turkey censures NATO for not helpimg in Afrin operations

    Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has slammed NATO over its refusal to aid Ankara in its anti-terror operations in Syria’s northwestern region of Afrin.

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    Iraq court sentences 16 Turkish women to death for joining IS

    Iraq is conducting the trials of hundreds of foreign women who have been detained, with hundreds of their children, since August by Iraqi forces as IS strongholds crumbled.

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    UNSC votes in favor of Syria ceasefire resolution

    The United Nations Security Council unanimously votes in favor of a resolution demanding a 30-day truce in Syria 'without delay' to allow aid access and medical evacuations.

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    Riyadh, China, Turkey blocks US-led motion on Pakistan terror list

    Saudi Arabia has reportedly joined Turkey and China in a move to block a US-sponsored attempt this week to place Pakistan on an international terror-financing watch list.

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    Turkey shells pro-Syrian forces in Afrin

    The Turkish army has attacked pro-Syrian government forces that had earlier arrived in the Kurdish-held Afrin region in northwestern Syria to defend the Syrian Kurds against Turkey’s offensive.

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    Erdogan announces siege of Afrin city after thwarting Syrian reinforcements

    Turkey's president on Tuesday announced that a Turkish military siege on the northern Syrian town of Afrin was imminent, leading to increased fears that civilians in the densely populated urban.

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    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson heads to Ankara to ease Turkey tensions

    US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson arrives in Turkey on Thursday seeking to ease tensions with its NATO ally that have reached fresh heights over Ankara's ongoing operation inside Syria.

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    Eleven Turkish troops die, chopper down in deadliest day of Kurdish offensive

    Eleven Turkish soldiers were killed on Saturday, including two military personnel when a helicopter was downed, in the bloodiest day in Ankara's offensive against a Kurdish militia in northern Syria.

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    US soldiers possible targets in Syria operation:Turkey

    Turkey has warned that American soldiers risk being targeted in northwestern Syria as the Turkish military pushes ahead with its offensive against Kurdish militants supported by the United.

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    Turkey's opt against Kurds in Syria's Afrin strains ties with U.S

    As the Turkish military advances in Syria's Afrin against Kurdish militia forces, the U.S. call for a limitation of the operation's scope reveals rising tension in ties between the two NATO allies.

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    Will extend Syria opt despite risk of US confrontation:Erdogan

    President Tayyip Erdogan warned on Wednesday that Turkey would extend its military operation in Syria to the town of Manbij, a move that could potentially bring Turkish forces into.

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    Erdogan vows to 'strangle' U.S.-backed force in Syria

    The US infuriated its NATO partner Turkey on Sunday by announcing that Washington and a coalition of its allies purportedly fighting Daesh will work with US-backed militants of the so-called Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF

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    Erdogan accuses US, Israel of 'meddling' in Iran, Pakistan

    Since protests broke out across Iran last week, US President Donald Trump has voiced his support for the demonstrators, while Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu has praised them for taking.

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    UAE Official Strikes Back at Erdogan, Says Arab World Won't Be Led by Ankara

    The Turkish president has spared with UAE's foreign minister last week on Twitter over the fate of Fakhreddin Pasha, the commander of the Ottoman Turkish troops at Medina in 1916, accused of.

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    Turkey dismisses over 2,700 in post-coup purges

    The Turkish government on Sunday ordered the sacking of more than 2,700 people working in public institutions over their alleged links to “terror” groups, in the latest round.

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    Fahreddin Pasha: Ottoman officer who defended the holy lands with all he had

    Fahreddin Pasha, nicknamed "The Tiger of the Desert," is one of the most important figures in the history of Turkish people, and his defense of Medina is one of the most flattering events in this history.

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    Turkey to open 'embassy to Palestine in Jerusalem': Erdogan

    President Recep Tayyip Erdogan expressed hope on Sunday that Turkey would soon be able to open an embassy to a Palestinian state in East Jerusalem, as he stepped up his attacks on Donald Trump.

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    Turkey chides ‘weak’ Arab reaction ahead of OIC moot

    Turkey criticised what it said was a feeble Arab reaction to the US decision to recognise Jerusalem as Israel’s capital, saying on the eve of Wednesday’s Muslim summit in Istanbul.

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    OIC Gathers for Jerusalem Today, Most Arab Leaders to Stay Away

    The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) is set to convene an emergency summit in the Turkish city of Istanbul to discuss a coordinated response to US recognition of Jerusalem al-Quds as Israel’s “capital.”

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    Amid Political turmoil, Turkey signs deal worth 18.6 million euros with Israel

    Anadolu Isuzu produces 25 different models within five segments in Turkey. While the greatest capital is spared to the midibus, which compromises one-fourth of the production share, the D-Max pick-up.

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    Turkey could cut diplomatic ties with Israel over Jerusalem: Erdogan

    President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday Turkey could go as far as breaking off diplomatic ties with Israel if the United States formally recognizes Jerusalem as the Israeli capital.

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    Iran, Turkey, Qatar move to bolster trade amid Saudi-led blockade

    Iranian Minister of Industry, Mines and Business Mohammad Shariatmadari, Turkish Economy Minister Nihat Zeybekci and Qatari Economy Minister Ahmed bin Jassim Al Thani

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    Turkey withdraws troops from NATO drills amid widening rift

    Turkey has withdrawn its troops from a NATO military drill in Norway on Friday when Turkey’s founding leader, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, and its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, were reportedly depicted as “enemies”.

    West Asia

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