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U.S. Drops Charges Against Turkish Security Accused Of Attacking American Demonstrators
The vicious D.C. attack was caught on video as Erdogan sat in a car nearby. Now only 4 guards remain charged.
The Official Top 10 U.S. Travel Destinations
TripAdvisor has published its annual list of the top ten travel destinations in the country. For the eighth year in a row, New York City earned the number one spot.
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Turkish Heiress And 7 Friends Killed In Iran Plane Crash
Mina Basaran, the daughter of a Turkish tycoon, had been celebrating her bachelorette party in Dubai.
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Years Of U.S. Government Lies Could Soon Result In A Kurdish Massacre
Akbar Shahid Ahmed
The anti-ISIS strategy designed by the Obama administration secured big wins under President Donald Trump. Now it's about to backfire.
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One Year Since Trump's First Travel Ban, Many Refugees Left With Only Hellish Options
They're thinking about risking their lives to reach Europe in a rubber dinghy. Or worse.
Hackers Messaged Donald Trump With Former Fox News Hosts' Twitter Accounts
Eric Bolling and Greta Van Susteren's accounts were filled with Turkish propaganda.
In Terrifying Close Call, Plane Skids Off Turkish Runway And Nearly Plunges Into Black Sea
None of the 168 people on board the Pegasus Airlines flight was injured in the accident.
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Turkey's Top Court Rules Two Jailed Journalists Be Released
By Tuvan Gumrukcu, Reuters
Mehmet Altan and Sahin Alpay have been in prison for more than a year.
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A Record Number Of Journalists Are Imprisoned Worldwide For Doing Their Jobs
More than half are behind bars in Turkey, China and Egypt, says a new Committee to Protect Journalists report.
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Trump Lifts Refugee Ban But Admissions Still Plummet
By Yeganeh Torbati, Reuters
The Trump administration’s new restrictions have proven to be a far greater barrier to refugees than even his temporary ban, data shows.
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Middle Eastern Allies Threaten Trump Over Jerusalem Announcement
Recognizing the city as Israel's official capital wold be "the red line of Muslims," according to Turkey.
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Trump Pardons Turkeys, But Not Before Taking A Swipe At A Familiar Foe
Donald Trump got political at the presidential turkey pardon -- because of course he did.
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Turkish Capital Bans LGBT Rights Events
By David Dolan, Reuters
Ankara officials said such activities could jeopardize public safety.
Aaron Bernstein / Reuters
Mueller Probing Alleged Flynn Plan To Deliver Cleric To Turkey: Report
The alleged plan emerged during Mueller’s wider investigation of possible Russian interference in the 2016 presidential election.
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Time To Kick Turkey Out Of NATO
Senior Fellow, Center for Global Affairs, NYU
The egregious violation of freedom of the press in Turkey has reached a mammoth proportion that places Turkey among the most
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Military-Grade Night Vision Gear Is Widely Available To Civilians -- And That's A Problem
Experts worry that the growing market for high-tech night vision gear is a national security concern.
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Kurds Deserve Independence, But Threaten To Spread Mideast Flames
Contributing writer, policy analyst, one who tilts at windmills
Kurds are entitled to their own country... In theory.
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Thanksgiving Turkey Tips And Recipes
Everything you need to nail Thanksgiving.
Adnan: The Cost Of Syria’s War
Two-year-old Adnan went shopping with his mother in Idlib province when an airstrike killed him and at least ten others.
U.S.-Turkish Visa Spat: A Fight For Basic Freedoms
James M. Dorsey
S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Senior fellow
Moves by the United States and Turkey that largely ban travel of their nationals between the two countries is about more
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U.S., Turkey Mutually Suspend Visa Services After Arrest Of Consulate Employee
The person was allegedly linked to Fetullah Gulen, the cleric blamed for last year's coup.
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