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Turkish authorities on Oct. 7 arrested six suspected members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) extremist group on suspicion of trying to illegally mint coins for use in areas controlled by the extremists in Syria.
Turkey arrests six over 'minting coins for ISIL'
Neither Turkey nor its NATO allies got the Russian message, conveyed through Syria, when a Turkish military reconnaissance aircraft was shot down, apparently in Syrian airspace over the Mediterranean in June 2012.
Turkey’s rules of (dis)engagement
“Have a friend like a Russian, have an enemy like a Russian.”
Russian roulette in the Middle East
Justice and Development Party (AK Party) Central Committee member (who is also running for Diyarbakır’s deputy position) Galip Ensarioğlu revealed a true, psychopathic incident.
Horrific footage the government holds
The European Union is seeking to accelerate Turkey’s almost stalled accession negotiation process by annexing a set of priorities and concrete recommendations to its soon-to-be released progress report, seen as a short-term road map for the next government to be formed after Nov. 1 elections.
EU seeks to accelerate Turkey’s stalled accession process
Kayseri’s Kültepe mound was the trade hub of the Middle East. New excavations hope to provide more information on this ancient hub
Excavations to shed light on ancient trade
Daron Acemoğlu, Turkey’s best shot at the Nobel Economics Prize, and Murat Üçer, who knows the Turkish economy better than anyone else, published the paper, “The ups and downs of Turkish growth, 2002-2015: Political Dynamics, the European Union and the Institutional Slide,” on Oct. 5.
The EU: Turkey’s rusty anchor
The consul generals of four EU countries have visited Hürriyet journalist Ahmet Hakan in his Nişantaşı apartment, where he is recovering from injuries after being subjected to a violent attack last week.
EU diplomats visit attacked Istanbul journalist
Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş made a visit to the building of daily Hürriyet on Oct. 8 to express his support to the daily in the wake of recent attacks on the daily and one of its leading journalists.
HDP co-chair visits Hürriyet over attacks on daily, columnist
If, in this country, we could convert the energy we spend on absurd discussions to, for instance, electricity, most probably we would not have the need for Russia to build a nuclear power plant for us.
The path that took Aziz Sancar to the Nobel
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