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Washington took the initiative to airdrop ammunition and weapons to Kurdish fighters battling jihadists in Kobane despite Turkey’s objections, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said
Kobane aid triggers Turkey-US debate
The ruling AKP and the opposition HDP hail the reinvigorated peace process, saying the Kurdish issue could be solved in as little as six months
Kurdish peace viable within a few months, Turkish PM says
Serena Shim was killed while returning to her hotel in Suruç when the car her team had rented collided with a heavy vehicle
Lebanese-American reporter’s camerawoman ‘sole culprit’ in car crash case
A mosaic of Medusa, the terrible creature of Greek mythology who turned all those who looked her to stone, is being restored in the southern province of Burdur
Medusa to gaze once more from mosaic
At first sight, everything seems to be on track. The ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Parti) recently made official the two-year-old dialogue with Abdullah Öcalan, the imprisoned leader of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)
Something's wrong with Turkey’s Kurdish peace bid
The shooting suspect of a Danish writer was released in Turkey more than two months before the reported prisoner swap with ISIL, Hürriyet has learned
Danish writer’s shooting suspect released in Turkey before ISIL prisoner swap
The government is preparing to reshape the country’s 175-year-old gendarmerie forces, but some observers have raised concerns about plans to link the complex military branch totally to the Interior Ministry.
Concerns rise over change in structure of Turkish gendarmerie
As you read this article, one of NATO’s top soldiers, the LANDCOM commander in Izmir, Lt.-Gen. Frederick Ben Hodges, will be packing his bags and moving to the command post of Wiesbaden where the U.S. Land Forces in Europe are located.
LANDCOM commander: I understand Turkey’s reluctance
Actress Deniz Tunca was stopped by police while she was driving in Istanbul’s Ortaköy neighborhood. She was tested for alcohol; nothing was found.
This is indeed a very reasonable suspicion
A few months ago, this column described Turkey as a piano partition composed by Philip Glass: “It finds beauty in itself by repeating itself.” Turkey’s song is repetitive, or ostinato, like in many children’s songs. But it’s hardly entertaining.
Turkey’s ‘ostinato’ song
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