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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
German Justice Minister Sabine Leutheusser-Schnarrenberger said yesterday that the neo-Nazi murders revealed during investigations into the murders of eight Turks and a Greek in Germany might grow into a bigger scandal.
Turkey will not take part in any military intervention aiming to change the regime in Syria, Turkish Foreign Ministry sources said Nov. 18.
Ali Babacan, Turkish deputy prime minister responsible for the economy, told an interesting anecdote yesterday in a conference at the Hürriyet building in Istanbul.
It was Syrian President Bashar al-Assad himself who had called for an urgent meeting from the Arab League after the organization had suspended its membership because of the use of systematic violence against its own people.
The one-hour speech of German Chancellor Angella Merkel addressing her fellow delegates of the Christian Democratic Union (CDU) party in Leipzig yesterday will possibly be remembered as historic in the future.
Kaşif Kozinoğlu was a former ranking origin foreign operations official of the Turkish National Intelligence Organization (MIT). When he got arrested 8 months ago Kozinoğlu was the MIT station chief in Afghanistan also covering radical Islamist activities in Turkic parts of Central Asia.
U.S. Secretary of Defense Leon Panetta’s statement on the end results of a possible Israeli strike on Iran because of its nuclear program has been a step to decrease the political tension in the region to a certain degree.
You may not find it funny but the Social Science students in the Latvian capital Riga laughed a lot. When asked to Egemen Bağış, European Union affairs minister in the Turkish cabinet, where would Turkey go if the EU rejected to take Turkey in.
The indications are mounting up to think that the Turkish government is preparing to take new steps regarding the Kurdish issue.
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