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Kosovo ties with Israel face strong resistance from Turkey

The Oklahoman 01 Mar 2021
Albin Kurti of the Self-Determination Movement party, or Vetevendosje!, is expected to be Kosovo’s next prime minister after his party won the Feb. 14 parliamentary election ... On Feb ... ——-. Suzan Fraser contributed to this report from Ankara, Turkey ... News from The Associated Press, and a taste of the great journalism produced by AP members and customers ... .
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New Zealand, Australia quarrel over Islamic State suspect

The Oklahoman 17 Feb 2021
The repatriation push was in retaliation for the refusal by Western nations to back a Turkish incursion against Syrian Kurdish fighters, whom Ankara considers terrorists ... ___. Fraser reported from Ankara, Turkey. Associated Press. News from The Associated Press, and a taste of the great journalism produced by AP members and customers ... .
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President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan
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Security Services Reveal that Turkey Attempts to Control the Muslims of France

GlobalResearch 12 Feb 2021
Newspaper Le Journal du Dimanche reported days ago that French security services alerted the Elysee last October about Turkey’s interference in the country’s Muslim community ... The report emerged at a precise moment ... According to Le Journal du Dimanche, several local elected officials are subservient to Ankara ... Note to readers ... etc ... .
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Turkey Uighurs fear sellout to China in exchange for vaccine

The Oklahoman 05 Feb 2021
Opposition legislators in Turkey are accusing Ankara’s leaders of secretly selling out Uighurs to China in exchange for coronavirus vaccines ... And in recent weeks, the Turkish ambassador in Beijing has praised China’s vaccines while adding that Ankara values “judicial cooperation” with China — code, many Uighurs fear, for a possible crackdown.
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AHIF & Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies Co-Publish Prestigious Journal

The National Herald 03 Feb 2021
WASHINGTON, DC – The American Hellenic Institute Foundation (AHIF) is pleased to announce it has joined with the Center for Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies (Queens College) as co-publisher of the Journal of Modern Hellenism (JMH) ... Psomiades, the JMH will remain an annual peer-review scholarly journal published mid-summer.
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Jug of Priceless Ancient Roman Coins Discovered in Special Turkish City

Ancient Origins 29 Jan 2021
The coins are now exhibited in the Museum of Anatolian Civilizations in Ankara. Özer told Anadolu Agency that the archaeological team is currently preparing journal articles and books in Turkish and English to promote the discovery of the rare and priceless ancient Roman coins.
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Tentative start to Turkey-Greece talks after year of strife

The Oklahoman 25 Jan 2021
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — The first high-level talks aimed at reducing tensions between Turkey and Greece in five years took place behind closed doors on Monday ... has been eroded in recent years by issues including refugees, Ankara’s foreign policy, the purchase of Russian air defense missiles and human rights.
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Turkey passes 25,000 COVID-19-related deaths

Stars and Stripes 24 Jan 2021
Stars and Stripes is making stories on the coronavirus pandemic available free of charge. See other free reports here ... Please support our journalism with a subscription. ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey on Sunday passed 25,000 COVID-19-related deaths since the start of the outbreak in March, the health ministry said ... Turkey began its vaccination program on Jan.
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Turkish pilots, official face 12 years jail for Ghosn flight

The Oklahoman 20 Jan 2021
ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish prosecutors on Wednesday sought the maximum possible 12 years in prison each for a Turkish private airline official and two pilots accused of smuggling the former Nissan Motor Co ... __. Fraser reported from Ankara, Turkey ... News from The Associated Press, and a taste of the great journalism produced by AP members and customers ... .
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Hospital fire kills eight COVID-19 patients at ICU in Turkey

Stars and Stripes 19 Dec 2020
Please support our journalism with a subscription. ANKARA, Turkey — A fire broke out Saturday at an intensive care unit treating COVID-19 patients in southern Turkey after an oxygen cylinder exploded, killing eight people, state-run media reported.
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Turkish philanthropist stands trial for alleged ties to coup

The Oklahoman 18 Dec 2020
Human rights groups have denounced the case against Osman Kavala as unjust and politically-motivated ... Kavala denies the charges ... Human rights groups have described the indictment as “absurd.” ... ___. Fraser reported from Ankara, Turkey ... News from The Associated Press, and a taste of the great journalism produced by AP members and customers ... .
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Court keeps travel ban for pilots charged over Ghosn escape

The Oklahoman 17 Dec 2020
ISTANBUL (AP) — A Turkish court hearing the case against four pilots, two flight attendants and a private airline official accused of smuggling former Nissan Motor Co ... 20 ... 30 ... (Story continued below...) ... 26, 2019 ... Fraser reported from Ankara, Turkey ... News from The Associated Press, and a taste of the great journalism produced by AP members and customers.
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The Latest: Tokyo's daily infections top 600 for first time

The Oklahoman 10 Dec 2020
Scientists at the University of Milan led the study and the medical journal Emerging Infectious Diseases this week posted it online ... Centers for Disease Control and Prevention publishes the journal, but it is editorially independent of the agency ... ANKARA, Turkey — Turkey’s health ...

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