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Ankara seeks to persuade Hamas to accept a truce in Gaza, with Turkish PM Erdoğan personally assuming responsibility on the issue, but Khaled Mashaal says "We reject it today ... and will reject it in the future"
Hamas rejects Gaza truce despite Turkey's fresh bid
The governor, who was photographed posing with bottles of Fanta, still backed the boycott
Turkish governor denies joining anti-Coca Cola protests against Israel by drinking Fanta
The judiciary should neither be a tool of pressure on society, nor of revenge; Turkey needs justice for all – immediately.
Justice is lost in Turkey as everybody seeks revenge
“There’s never a dull moment in Turkey”: A cliché sentence I have heard so often from a newcomer to Turkey. Indeed, it’s a cliché, but it also reflects the truth.
Do tomatoes dictate Turkey’s policy on Russia?
Amid the burning problems of Iraq, Syria, Gaza, Ukraine, and others, surrounding Turkey, not many people noticed that this year marked the 40th anniversary of the Cyprus Peace Operation of July 20, 1974.
And then there’s Cyprus
The ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has said that the pipeline project that will transport water from Turkey to northern Cyprus via tunnels under the Mediterranean Sea will be completed shortly.
‘Century’s Project’ for transporting water to Cyprus to be completed soon: AKP
Calls for a boycott of Israeli products circulating on social media have extended to novels penned by Mario Levi, an acclaimed Turkish writer of Jewish descent, drawing criticism at overt anti-Semitism
Boycott calls against Turkish-Jewish writer prompt anti-Semitism row
Jihadists in Iraq have ordered that all women between the ages of 11 and 46 must undergo female genital mutilation
Iraqi jihadists order genital mutilation of all women
Some 400 Palestinians fleeing Israeli raids have taken shelter in a Greek Orthodox Church in Gaza City
Church serves as shelter for war-hit Palestinians
The police officers who raided the houses of ranking military officers, journalists, academicians and activists five years ago as part of the so called “Ergenekon” and “Balyoz” investigations are now themselves on the receiving end.
The pendulum swings the other way
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