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The Latest: Israel says it has killed Hamas commanders

Bennington Banner 12 May 2021
Hamas had no comment ... The fighting is rooted in a long dispute over contested Jerusalem ... Support our journalism. Subscribe today ... ANKARA, Turkey — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has told Russian President Vladimir Putin that the international community should "give Israel a strong and deterrent lesson” over its conduct toward the Palestinians.

US Senators urge tougher stance on Turkey’s human rights abuses

The Jerusalem Post 01 May 2021
The US Senators want Turkey to “take steps to significantly improve the dire climate for journalists and those supporting the journalism profession.” They also want Ankara to “halt its indiscriminate detention and prosecution of lawyers, judges, and prosecutors, ...

Is a two-state Cyprus a real possibility?

The National 19 Apr 2021
Ankara’s moves brought it to the brink of war with Athens last summer ... Ankara ... An article in the British Journal of Middle Eastern Studies this month argued that Ankara’s Cyprus policy had become intertwined with its domestic efforts to shape a nationalist-Islamist identity.

Sports world marks Anadolu Agency's 101st anniversary

Anadolu Agency 07 Apr 2021
Ankara ... Additionally, Turkish Youth and Sports Minister Mehmet Muharrem Kasapoglu tweeted to celebrate the Ankara-based global news agency's anniversary, describing Anadolu Agency as "the pioneer of journalism in Turkey and reference source of information" ... They arrived in Ankara on the evening of April 1.

Dr Richard Urso (Part 5): Vaccines & Natural -v- Vaccine Immunity

Principia Scientific 31 Mar 2021
... claims (08.58​) ADE in cats PNAS – Avoiding pitfalls in the pursuit of a Covid-19 vaccine ​ (09.08​) ADE in ferrets Journal of Virology – Immunization with Modified Vaccinia Virus Ankara-Based Recombinant Vaccine agains SARS is Associated with Enhanced Hepatitis in Ferrets ​.

Turkish doctor makes cover of diabetes research journal

Anadolu Agency 17 Mar 2021
A Turkish doctor’s groundbreaking research into diabetes made the cover of a respected US medical journal. Mustafa Altay, a lecturer at the University of Health Sciences in the Turkish capital Ankara, made the cover of the World Journal of Diabetes ... The World Journal of ...
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Palestinian firefighters try to extinguish the fire at a smuggle tunnel on the border with Egypt in the southern Gaza Strip Nov. 21,2011. The cause of the fire is unclear. Photo by Ahmed Deeb/WN

Why I cannot live with Gaza’s trauma

The Electronic Intifada 15 Mar 2021
My dad answered a phone call warning him that all our family must evacuate our home. It was about to be bombed. The call was from someone working with the International Committee of the Red Cross ... I don’t remember the exact date when we got the call ... Panic ... I was barefoot ... I went to Turkey, where I studied journalism at the University of Ankara ... .

Turkey's importance in its region 'too obvious to overlook'

Anadolu Agency 13 Mar 2021
This was one of many observations proffered by Gauin, a senior researcher at the Center for Eurasian Studies (AVIM) in Turkey's capital Ankara, in an interview with Anadolu Agency on Monday ... UAE, a non-regional power pretending to be a regional power, has had to stop its anti-Turkey campaign after realizing that it cannot be a match for Ankara.

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 ... .

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

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 ... .

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.

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.

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.

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.