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29 Jun 2021
Visitors are trickling back to the Turkish resort of Bodrum, a lavish holiday destination for celebrities, jetsetters and sun-seeking foreigners, but the number of visitors still pales in comparison to the resort's pre-coronavirus glory.
13 Mar 2021
The assassination of Armenian-Turkish journalist Hrant Dink in 2007 shocked Turkey and the world. Dozens have since been charged with being involved. The verdict is due on Friday but the family has few expectations.
17 Oct 2020
Ankara supports Azerbaijan's bid to retake "its own lands" in Nagorno-Karabakh, the Turkish defense minister said while talking to Moscow. Azerbaijan has been pushing for Turkey to be given a bigger role in peace talks.
17 Feb 2020
The plane was evacuated when one of its wheels caught fire after landing from Istanbul. It is the second incident involving the Turkish budget airline this month.
24 Nov 2019
Turkish authorities say 20 German "Islamic State" members are in their custody. They want Germany and other European countries to repatriate their citizens, something most have been hesitant to do.
22 Jul 2019
Turkish warplanes have struck a mountainous region near the Iraq-Iran border, where a Kurdish separatist group is known to operate. Ankara blames them for Wednesday's killing of a Turkish diplomat in Erbil.
16 Jun 2019
Wheat growers in northeast Syria battle a blaze in an agricultural field near oil installations in the town of al-Qahtaniyah, in the Hasakeh province near the Syrian-Turkish border as fires have ravaged through vital wheat fields in the latest of such blazes nationwide.
18 Oct 2018
Barcelona midfielder Arda Turan, currently on loan with Turkish club Basaksehir, has been charged over a clash with a prominent singer, and prosecutors are seeking up to 12-1/2 years in jail for the Turkey international, state media reported on Tuesday (October 16).
28 Sep 2018
What does Turkish President Erdogan want from Germany and Angela Merkel? People in Istanbul share their views on Turkey’s currency crisis and Erdogan’s visit to Berlin.
9 Jul 2018
The reelection of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is likely to change life in Turkey for the unforeseeable future. Nowhere are the resulting divisions in Turkish society more apparent than in Istanbul, where the mood is noticeably tense.
25 Jun 2018
Turkish voters living in Istanbul said that they were pleased that incumbent President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had won the country's national election.
16 Feb 2018
German Turkish journalist Deniz Yücel is one year behind bars in Turkey pending a trial on charges of terrorism. Human rights groups say the charges are politically motivated. Berlin supporters demand his release.

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