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The son of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, whose name was embroiled in Turkey’s huge corruption probe in late 2013, has reportedly moved to Italy along with his family, daily Cumhuriyet reported on Oct. 6.
President Erdoğan’s son moves to Italy: Report
Eight Turkish F-16 fighters jets were harassed by unidentified MIG-29 aircraft for four minutes and 30 seconds during a patrol flight on the border with Syria on Oct. 5, the Turkish General Staff has said
Turkish warplanes harassed by unidentified MIG-29 aircraft
Currently engaged in wide-ranging military cooperation that expands from operations against ISIL to training soldiers together, Turkey and Qatar are now looking to further tighten defense-industry ties, as dozens of Turkish defense companies flocked to Doha on Oct. 6 to display their new products
Turkish defense firms ‘deployed’ in Qatar for better trade
A Turkish-American DNA scientist is among the three names to win this year’s Nobel Prize in chemistry, the award-giving body announced on Oct. 7
Turkish-American scientist wins Nobel Prize
Former Chief of General Staff Gen. İlker Başbuğ presented his defense at a second hearing before the Supreme Court of Appeals in the Ergenekon coup plot case on Oct. 7
Former chief of general staff says Bush administration supported plot against Turkish army
The mail in my inbox had the subject line: Turkish Press’s New Normal.
Turkey’s new normal
Turkey cannot remain indifferent to what’s happening next door in Syria.
Time to rehash Turkey's Syria policy
Some 14 soldiers were wounded on Oct. 6 in an attack on a military post by the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in the eastern province of Van, the Turkish General Staff said in a written statement on Oct. 7
Fourteen wounded in PKK attack in Turkey’s east
Air Forces Commander Gen. Abidin Ünal’s statement on Oct. 5 amounted to a brief summary of the state of affairs in Turkey’s neighborhood.
Russia, Turkey should try to avoid a major crisis over Syria
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s son has denied reports that he has “fled Turkey,” saying he has only moved to Italy only to complete his doctoral studies in Bologna.
President Erdoğan’s son denies ‘fleeing’ claims, says he’s only in Italy for PhD thesis
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