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President Erdoğan has slammed the New York Times for a recent story claiming that Turkey is one of the biggest sources of recruits for ISIL militants. The Times later offered a correction related to the photo Erdoğan criticized
Turkish President Erdoğan slams New York Times over ISIL story
The queen of pop has now taken her talents of disguise to the streets of Istanbul
Lady Gaga wears Islamic headscarf for shopping incognito in Istanbul’s poshest district
The map titled “ISIL Ambition, projected 2016” was exposed during a testimony by U.S. Secretary of Defense Chuck Hagel and Chairman of Joint Chief of Staff General Martin Dempsey before the Senate Armed Services Committee on Sept. 16, 2014.
A very disturbing map of ISIL for Turkey
The possible independence of Scotland may 'create opportunities'
Turks, Kurds in Scotland eagerly awaiting independence referendum
A recent survey reveals that being a citizen of the Turkish Republic is the most important identity factor for Kurds in Turkey
'Being part of Turkish nation' most popular identity for Kurds: Survey
Deputy PM Yalçın Akdoğan reiterates that Turkey is pursuing a cautious policy over ISIL because of the 49 Turkish hostages that the jihadists are still holding
Hostage crisis limits Turkey’s ISIL action
ISIL fighters using heavy weapons have seized a string of villages around Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, as they close in on Syria's third largest Kurdish town
ISIL seizes 21 Kurdish villages in northern Syria, close in on Kobane
Erdoğan has signaled no change to his tone as president, again slamming last year’s Gezi protests while also declaring a bank affiliated with the Gülen movement bankrupt
President Erdoğan again slams Gezi protesters, declares pro-Gülen bank ‘already bankrupt’
A recent European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ruling has highlighted once again the issue of compulsory religious classes in the Turkish education system.
Can religious courses stop Islamist radicalism?
A Ugandan woman was found dead in Istanbul after meeting with a man, her friends said
Ugandan woman working in Istanbul raped and murdered, friends allege
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