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Tuesday, September 13 2011 , Your time is 15:58:00
Listening to some of the statements from President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan’s advisers, or some pro-government commentators, you may find them absurd or even surreal.
It is not hard to find Turkish diplomats who use extremely critical rhetoric for the “German deep state.”
“My son got a divorce from his wife and since then their relationship has improved. Once they were spared the responsibilities of marriage, they started to get along better.”
It goes without saying that every Western diplomatic mission in Turkey must have reviewed security measures around their compounds - not only after intensified threats from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) but also after the failed July 15 coup, which saw a rise in anti–Western feelings here.
Donald Trump is not wanted by a certain segment of society in United Kingdom. An online petition calling for Trump to be prevented from making an official state visit to the U.K. has passed one million signatures.
The window of opportunity to find a permanent solution to the Cyprus problem is closing – unless some players step in and stick their hands in to keep the window from closing completely.
Turkey was not vigilant enough in monitoring border crossings to Syria in the initial two or three years of the civil war there
“My husband does not want me to work,” the wife of a religiously conservative man complained to her psychologist. “He insisted I see a women psychologist,” she added.
“If you are going to be hanged, be hanged with an English rope,” is a famous Turkish saying. Anything that has the act of hanging cannot really imply something positive, but this saying has a positive connotation in reference to the British.
Turks call northern Cyprus baby land, a term deriving from motherland.
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