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A Turkish Islamist group has pinned posters to walls and posts in the capital Ankara threatening gays with death
Posters threatening gays with death appear in Turkish capital
Two recent initiatives will likely galvanize the “Middle Kingdom” – already the world’s most populous country, second largest economy, number-one trading nation, and biggest energy consumer – into further consolidating its global ambitions
The Sino-Turkish strategic partnership amid new initiatives
In Turkey, there is a special category of reporters called the “Ankara journalists.”
Why Erdoğan wants elections – again
The Justice and Development Party (AKP) started to tilt towards following a bi-polar strategy in the coalition talks slated to start next week, if the parliament speakership council can be formed and Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu is asked by the president to form the next government.
Repeat election becoming increasingly probable
It’s been a month since Turkey concluded parliamentary elections that took away the Justice and Development Party’s (AKP) 13 years of self-rule and instead obliged political parties to share power.
Erdoğan delaying the coalition process for his own game
Justice and Development Party (AKP) Deputy Chair Mehmet Ali Şahin recently attended a fast-breaking (iftar) dinner, where he evaluated last month’s election results.
Will the AKP vehicle be taken for repairs?
One month after Turkey’s general election, in which the Justice and Development Party (AK Parti) lost its ability to establish a single-party government, coalition talks have still yet to start, amid protests from two opposition parties
AKP still in de facto power despite elections
Excavations have been continuing at the ancient city of Sardis in Manisa’s Salihli district since 1854, but only 3 percent of the city has been unearthed so far
Ancient Sardis slowly coming to light in Turkey's Manisa
The Mediterranean region, one of the oldest trade routes and centers of attraction for centuries, faces a serious terrorism threat, which has triggered a huge migrant and refugee influx to European countries.
Red alarms ringing in Mediterranean
Just two days before the Greek elections on Jan. 25 that brought Alexis Tsipras to power, the title of this column was “What’s the Greek word for suicide?” (Hürriyet Daily News, Jan. 23, 2015.)
What’s the Greek word for self-deception?
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