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Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has become Turkey's 12th President after a parliamentary ceremony that was boycotted by the main opposition. There was also a warm farewell from outgoing President Abdullah Gül. Here are the live updates as they happened throughout the day
As it happened: Erdoğan takes over Turkey’s presidency after tense parliamentary ceremony
Turkey’s secondary education examination row has deepened, amid reports that thousands of students, including some non-Muslims, have been placed in Islamic vocational schools for the upcoming school year.
Turkey’s education row deepens as thousands placed in religious schools ‘against their will’
After a marathon day of ceremonies, Erdoğan ascends to the presidential palace in the capital city, taking over from decades-long friend Gül
Erdoğan sworn in as Turkey’s 12th President
Erdoğan has proven he could deliver most of his promises after having entered politics
A portrait: Erdoğan’s epic political journey
When I checked into my London hotel Monday night, on Aug. 25, I was soaking wet.
Scotland exits United Kingdom exits European Union
After Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s elevation to the seat of the prime president minister, Ahmet Davutoğlu is taking over as the prime foreign minister.
The prime foreign minister
Twenty years have passed since archaeological excavations started in Göbeklitepe. Findings so far have revealed that the ancient site was the world’s oldest sculpture workshop
Göbeklitepe: The world’s oldest sculpture workshop
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan became the 12th president of the Turkish republic Aug. 28 through three ceremonies in Ankara.
Erdoğan as 12th president and successor to Atatürk
Whatever happened in the handover of power inside the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) technically has nothing to do with neither true democracy, nor the Constitution. But that is not the issue any more
The silver lining
What is successful, what is not? Someone successful for one might be a total loser for another.
Crows and democracy
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