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At least 12 migrants believed to be Syrians drowned as two boats sank after leaving southwest Turkey for the Greek island of Kos, including three children, as the European Union keeps devising new plans to solve the worsening refugee crisis.
12 migrants drown heading from Turkey to Greek island
Nilüfer Demir explained the moment she shot the heart-wrecking picture
Photographer of the world-shaking picture of drowned Syrian toddler: 'I was petrified at that moment'
The father of the Syrian boy whose body washed up on the coast of Turkey’s resort town Bodrum has spoken out about what happened on the boat that sank on Sept. 2 in a failed attempt to reach to Greece
My children slipped from my hands, mourning Syrian father says
It was as if the entire world collapsed on me. Was it possible at all to look at that photograph of a little boy’s body washed up on a Bodrum beach without pain in the heart?
Aylan, my boy…
The United States has encouraged the families of troops and diplomats stationed in southern Turkey to leave the country as it ramps up efforts in the fight against ISIL
Relatives of US personnel in southern Turkey can leave
Turkey’s parliament has voted to renew by another year a mandate allowing the military to conduct operations in Syria and Iraq.
Turkey renews permit for military operations in Syria, Iraq
His name did not appear in agency bulletins. He is also somebody’s son, like the 3-year old Syrian toddler Aylan al-Kurdi whose dead body was swept by the waves of the Aegean Sea to Turkey’s Bodrum shores as the boat carrying them to Greek island of Kos sunk early September 2.
Stop the Syrian war, stop the refugee influx
Turkey has gained notoriety for being unpredictable. Not always.
Who says Turkey is unpredictable?
He would dream of being a veterinarian perhaps. Or maybe an engineer. From the war-torn city of Kobane, he and his family had come to the resort town of Bodrum.
Boat on the river
The third edition of Istanbul’s global contemporary and modern art fair will open at the Haliç Congress Center on Sept. 4 welcoming both local and international VIP visitors.
Istanbul's ArtInternational contemporary art fair launches third edition
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