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Turkey’s embattled government insisted it was “not a second-class democracy” even as police tear-gassed protesters massed in the streets
The meeting was held as thousands of striking workers from various unions began demonstrating in major cities nationwide in solidarity with the protesters.
A major step towards ending a decades-long conflict that has killed tens of thousands of people
Ankara had initially refused to engage in official contacts with Iraqi Kurds, fearing that the establishment of an independent Kurdish state there could embolden its own Kurds
Bomber detonates at security roadblock near entrance of US embassy’s visa section in Ankara
By Tim Reid Turkey has hung out its ‘for sale’ sign at just the right time to grab the attention of Arab investors who are in the market for new destinations to deploy their record energy revenues. A new Turkish real-estate law came into effect in May making it easier for Arabs to buy property …