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Russia is Turkey’s northern neighbor and a serious military confrontation between the two has recently broken out on Turkey’s southern border with Syria.
Russia-NATO tension on Turkey-Syria border
PM Davutoğlu lays down the law to Moscow, warning of repercussions if Russia again violates Turkey’s border with Syria
Turkish PM: Military to react if Russia violates Turkish border again
Russia has informed Turkey that the violation of Turkish airspace near the Syrian border on Oct. 3 was due to a “navigation error,” according to Russian sources
Russia says violation of Turkish airspace was ‘navigation error’
Bookmakers say AKP likely to fall short of majority again
Infographics: Betting on the Nov. 1 election
In Ankara, Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmuş has suggested that Russia’s military intervention in Syria, which has shifted balance of power in heavily populated regions, will eventually lead to a mass influx of up to 1 million Syrians into Turkey
Turkey expects influx of 1 mln Syrian refugees after Russian airstrikes
A deputy from the Republican People’s Party (CHP) has called on Turkey’s top cleric to resign unless the latter justifies a shortage of 23 million Turkish Liras in the Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) budget, daily Hürriyet has reported.
CHP calls on Turkey’s top cleric to resign over budget shortage
It has been 10 years since Turkey started membership negotiations with the EU.
An unholy Turkish barter: Keep the migrants, forget democracy
The way that Russia has hijacked Syrian policy, concomitant with its willingness to offer help to the Iraqis, has naturally made the Barack Obama administration uncomfortable.
The cost of war for Russia
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu announced the election manifesto of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) on Oct. 4, including some very big economic pledges.
Is Kanal Istanbul a gift to Istanbul?
LGBT inmates in a prison in Antalya are living in one-person cells intended for those with life sentence despite light penalties of the former
LGBTs with light penalties live in one-man cells in southern Turkey
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