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Ankara does not want to “put itself in a difficult position” by hosting the leadership of the Egypt-based Muslim Brotherhood (MB, or Ikhvan-i Muslimin), who are likely to be deported by Qatar, a high ranking Turkish official who asked not to be named said on Sept. 15.
Turkey doesn’t want to harbor Muslim Brotherhood
DEFENSE UPDATE - Ankara has moved to ramp up security at its ‘sensitive sites’ against potential precision strikes from ‘hostile states’ amid soaring violence in the region
Turkey safeguards key sites, feeling threatened in region
Deporting the diplomat prior to a court ruling would negatively affect investments, the Kuwaiti envoy says
Deportation of Kuwaiti diplomat 'may negatively influence investment'
Excavations in Van’s old city have uncovered the commercial life of the Seljuk and Ottoman eras
‘Ottoman shopping malls’ revealed in Van excavations
Yes, there are, for sure; but only as many as there can ever be in any broad formation. In other words, they are scarce.
ISIL fans among the AK Party grassroots?
I first understood that 62 percent of Turks did not consider ISIL a terrorist organization. Apparently it was the other way around
The West is seeking a mentality change in Turkey on ISIL
Turkey has backtracked from its decision not to attend EXPO 2015 in Milan, after Italian President Renzi congratulated Erdoğan’s presidential victory
Turkey reverses decision not to attend EXPO 15
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu met with the editors of leading newspapers on Saturday. His remarks to them as they were reported show that he is trying to deflect criticism away from President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and underline the need for an atmosphere of political reconciliation in Turkey.
Reading between the lines of Davutoğlu’s remarks
More than 26,663 vessels have passed through Istanbul’s Bosphorus Strait so far this year, marking a remarkable increase in one year
Record number of ships sail through Bosphorus in 2014
If the Scots vote “yes” to independence on Sept. 18, as one opinion poll now suggests they will, three things are likely to happen in the following week.
The Scottish referendum
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