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Turkish officials have expressed their satisfaction at the seizure of the northern Syrian city of Idlib by opposition forces, stressing that the Ankara-supported Free Syrian Army (FSA) was part of the winning side.
Turkey welcomes fall of key city in Syria’s north
A summit of Arab leaders has decided to form a joint military force, while criticizing Turkey, Iran and Israel over 'interference'
Arab League points finger at Turkey, Israel, Iran over ‘interference’
Hollywood star Julianne Moore may have won the 2015 Best Actress Oscar, but Turkish officials have rejected a bid to make her Turkey’s tourism face by citing her 'poor acting.'
Turkey rejects Julianne Moore as tourism face over ‘poor acting’
The biggest party in Turkey currently is the ‘Erdoğan-must-be-stopped party,’ according to Turkish political scientist and author Ateş İlyas Başsoy, who believes the HDP will be key in the upcoming general elections.
Turkey’s largest party today is the ‘Erdoğan-must-be-stopped party’: Author
The Turkish government, which targeted 4 percent growth in its program for the 2015, has not had a very positive start. Estimates show that the first quarter’s growth rate did not exceed the growth rate of the first quarter of 2014 - in other words there has been a 'zero growth.'
Turkey enters election year with ‘zero’ growth
Here is a piece of news first: There would have been a very serious April 24 crisis between Turkey and the Christian world. The crisis was averted at the last minute.
Crisis averted between the Christian world and Turkey
The recent Newroz declaration of the jailed PKK leader Öcalan contained many ambiguities, but it could still be considered a positive step on the path of the so-called 'peace negotiations.'
Erdoğan’s message: Presidential system or no deal
Perhaps it was the remarks of Deputy PM Arınç and former President Gül that forced PM Davutoğlu to clarify his position regarding the 'strong presidency' model that President Erdoğan has been advocating for months.
Davutoğlu finally supports Erdoğan’s presidency model
Could there be that much of a difference between how developments of this 'Greater Middle Eastern Area' are perceived in Ankara, Cairo or Kuwait?
Syria to Yemen
President Erdoğan was granted the power to use a 'discretionary fund.' But why?
What will the president do with the secret fund?
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