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President Gül and the first lady depart the presidential palace with a bitter taste following due to a ‘smear campaign’ against their staff
Turkish President Gül leaves office with broken heart
‘If you direct your flash toward me once again, I will kill you,' a Ferguson policeman reportedly threatened the AA reporter
Ferguson police ‘detain, beat, threaten’ Anadolu Agency correspondent
FOLDED CORNER - ‘The Inevitable Caliphate? A History of the Struggle for Global Islamic Union, 1924 to the Present’ by Reza Pankhurst
The inevitable caliphate?
Turkey was the only NATO member that the German intelligence spied on and the scope of the program covers the whole country, according to German intelligence sources
German intelligence 'spied on whole of Turkey'
The name of the next PM of the Republic of Turkey will become clear after an Aug. 21 meeting, a senior Cabinet member said
Turkey to hear name of its next PM today
“They think as if we do not read anything, do not hear anything, are not aware of anything. So far I have stayed silent, but that won’t last for too long.
Harsh winds of change in the Turkish presidency
President Abdullah Gül’s remarks to journalists during his farewell reception on Tuesday show that his departure is not a happy one for either him or the first lady.
President Gül’s unhappy departure
Although its size might not have befit its name, the ancient city of Metropolis had all the architectural trappings of a key city. Now, thanks to recent work, tourists will have a chance to peruse the ancient city’s wonders
City of mother goddess opens to tourism
Turkey’s two biggest political parties will hold conventions a week apart to renew their top officials, but there are major differences in the way they are going about conducting them.
Two conventions, two ways of politics
Foreign Ministry has categorically denied a report that Ankara has agreed to hand over the tomb of Süleyman Shah to jihadists in return for the release of 49 Turkish nationals
Foreign Ministry vehemently denies bargain with jihadists over Turkish territory
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