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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan launched a new broadside against the European Union on Dec. 17 over its condemnation of recent raids on the local media, saying Brussels has no right to give Ankara a "democracy lesson."
President Erdoğan says EU cannot give 'democracy lesson' to Turkey
The Taliban and ISIL are to blame for Islamophobia in the world, President Erdoğan has stated
Islamophobia a product of Taliban, ISIL: Erdoğan
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Atatürk in the Nazi imagination
With the ruling party unwilling to probe Iranian links with alleged corruption in Turkey, opposition parties CHP and MHP plan a trip to Tehran to investigate
Turkish opposition to send MPs to Iran for graft probe
The phrase in the headline could soon become how kindergarten teachers greet their students.
Bismillahirahmanirrahim, good morning children
It is ironic that it is only at times like this that the EU starts waving the big stick, warning Ankara that if it does not fulfill its obligations in terms of democracy, human rights, and the rule of law it will endanger its membership prospects.
Europe has to decide about Turkey
Turkey’s permanent representation in Brussels has approached the European Union to soothe concerns over the ongoing legal case
Turkey tries to soothe EU concerns over media raid
All of them are complaining, but it is mostly Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq and Israel that have had the strongest reactions against Turkey on the grounds that Turkey “interferes too much with our domestic affairs.”
Heavy toll for Turkey in 2015
When President Vikto Yanukovych of Ukraine fled his capital Kiev on Feb. 21, 2014, after the Maidan protests, very few could have predicted that it would unfold into a second Cold War between Moscow and the West.
It’s dangerous to corner Russia too much
The advent of Today’s Zaman was certainly good news for the Hürriyet Daily News. Developing a rival is always good for any establishment that enjoyed being the sole player for decades in a given sector.
International coalition succeeded in toppling Kemalists, what’s next?
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