Turkey extends emergency rule for three more months
The parliament of Turkey has approved a three-month extension of the state of emergency which had been in effect since last July's failed military coup. The move initiated by Prime Minister Binali Yildirim was backed on Monday by the ruling Justice and ...
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Turkey extends state of emergency after coup anniversary
Turkey Extends State of Emergency
Turkey's Erdogan turned a failed coup into his path to greater power
Over the weekend, Turkey marked the one-year anniversary of a deadly coup attempt against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his elected government. You probably know the story: On July 15, 2016, a mutinous faction of soldiers staged a short-lived ...
A Year Later, A Divided Turkey Remembers Failed Coup Attempt
Detained human rights activists face charges in Turkey
How Turkey's leader used a failed coup to step on the opposition
Voice of America
Turkey Deals Deadly Blows to IS Cells
Voice of America
"Since the New Year's attack by IS in Istanbul which took 39 lives, Turkey has been dealing heavy blows to this extremist organization," the official said. "Turkey is part of the international anti-IS coalition. We are very determined as always and ...
Turkey has agreed to buy Russia's advanced missile-defense system, leaving NATO wondering what's next
Russian S-400 Triumph surface-to-air missile systems in the Victory Day parade in Moscow, May 9, 2016. REUTERS/Grigory Dukor. Turkey reached an agreement with Russia to purchase the latter's most sophisticated missile-defense system, the S-400, ...
Turkey turns away from NATO with US$2.5B plan to purchase Russian missile defence system
Colorado Springs Gazette
Ten Turkish human rights activists, including Amnesty International's Turkey director Idil Eser, who were detained by police while attending a training workshop appeared before a court in Istanbul on Monday to face possible charges or be released from ...
Arrest of rights activists 'chills' Turkey's civil society
New York Times
Poland, Turkey, Roger Federer: Your Monday Briefing - The New ...
New York Times
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Turkey Adds Troops in Qatar in Defiance of Saudi-Led Isolation
Turkey is building up its military presence in Qatar, an adviser to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, in defiance of a Saudi-led bloc's demand that the Turkish military pull out of the emirate. “Turkey's steady buildup continues there, protecting ...
Turkey adds troops in Qatar in defiance of Arab bloc boycott
Turkey: Resettlement Update - July 2017
UNHCR continues to use resettlement as a protection tool for the most vulnerable Syrian refugees: At least 300,000 (10% of the total) Syrians are estimated to be in need of resettlement in Turkey. □ Given the growing number of non-Syrian asylum ...
Turkey: Kurdistan referendum could lead to 'unwanted consequences'
ERBIL, Kurdistan Region – Kurdistan's independence referendum may lead to “unwanted consequences,” Turkey's security board warned on Monday. “It has been underlined that the referendum decision taken by the KRG [Kurdistan Regional Government] ...
Turkey's top security board urges Barzani over independence referendum
Turkey's naval ambitions boosting local industry
ANKARA — As Turkey, a peninsula in a volatile region, has in recent years thrived to push up its regional political clout, the Ankara government has taken a position to commission a wide range of vessels from local shipyards. “That became the boost ...