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21 Apr 2020
The Turkish president seems to be using the coronavirus crisis as a pretext to get rid of the few critical media outlets left in his country. Opposition politicians and journalists fear a new spate of censorship.
20 Oct 2019
A US delegation led by Vice President Mike Pence is meeting Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in an attempt to steer him away from his military offensive in northeastern Syria. The delegation faces a herculean task.
17 Oct 2019
The Turkish president at first insisted he would not meet US officials, but the presidency quickly backtracked on this. He also took aim at Germany's foreign minister, calling him "a man who doesn't know his place."
13 Dec 2018
The Turkish president has announced a fresh offensive against Kurdish fighters in Syria is just around the corner. But the US has warned that such action would harm efforts to destroy the "Islamic State" in the region.
29 Apr 2018
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan kicks off his re-election campaign, vowing to defeat the secularist opposition in "historic" snap elections that he has called for June.
18 Oct 2017
D-8 Summit - Buhari to hold talks with Turkish President.
10 Sep 2017
Turkish President Tayyip Erodgan met the leaders of Iran, Venezuela and Bangladesh in Kazakhstan's capital, Astana on the sidelines of the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) summit where the plight of Rohingya Muslims fleeing violence in Myanmar topped the agenda.
16 Jul 2017
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan attended on Sunday (July 16) the opening ceremony of a memorial statue which was built to commemorate the victims of the coup attempt of 2016.

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