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Turkish Internet users have answered a number of questions about the Oct. 10 Ankara bombing in a poll conducted by Poltio
Infographics: How have Turkish Internet users evaluated the Ankara bombing?
Turkey's Nobel laureate has warned the country could collapse into sectarian conflict and blamed President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for the climate of insecurity brutally illustrated by Oct. 10 deadly attacks in Ankara
Turkish Nobel laureate blames Erdoğan for bringing country to brink
Sauli Niinistö, the Finnish President who will launch his Turkey visit Oct. 13, jokingly fears he will find it difficult to find his way in the Turkish presidential palace, which has been a source of debate for its size and cost
Finnish president hopes not to get lost in Erdoğan’s palace
Turkey has a list of suspects who may carry out suicide bombings but cannot take legal action unless suspects commit a suicide attack, Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has said, in the wake of a deadly bombing attack in Ankara, believed by to be a suicide bombing
Turkey has list of suicide bombing suspects: PM
When reporters asked whether or not the interior minister would resign, the justice minister, sitting right beside him, started smiling.
Why did the justice minister smile?
Turkey has never been as deeply divided as it is today.
This has to be a wake-up call
The headline might come as a surprise since the Ankara bombing was the deadliest terror attack in Turkey’s history
Why the Ankara bombing is a Turkish classic
Turkish government is complicit in the Ankara blast for turning a blind eye to ISIL and failing to put appropriate security in place, HDP co-chair Selahattin Demirtaş told CNN International
Turkish government complicit in Ankara blast, Demirtaş tells CNN
Turkey’s National Intelligence Agency (MİT) and Directorate of Religious Affairs (Diyanet) will see dramatic rises in their shares of the upcoming year’s budget
Intelligence, religious affairs set to take huge share of Turkey’s 2016 budget
A long-awaited domestic vehicle that has been promoted as a “national car” by government officials during election campaign stops, was unveiled Oct. 13, but its resemblance to Cadillac has sparked a debate
National car unveiled by minister sparks Cadillac debate
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