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Turkey declares 3-day mourning over Gaza
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey's government announced a three-day period of national mourning, starting on Tuesday, in a show of solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza.

Israel's Lieberman slams Turkey over embassy protests
Israel's Foreign Minister Avigdor Lieberman has slammed Turkey's handling of violent anti-Israeli protests in Ankara and Istanbul, in a diplomatic spat over the Jewish state's assault on Gaza. Lieberman accused Turkey of not taking the "necessary preventative measures" to stop protests getting violent after people angered by the offensive in Gaza tried to storm Israeli embassy buildings.


Turkey detains police for 'spying' and wiretaps
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish police raided the homes of colleagues on Tuesday, detaining dozens of officers on suspicion of "spying" or of illegally wiretapping government officials, including Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkey's spy chief, news reports and officials said.

Turkey: Deadly Clash at Syrian Border
A Turkish soldier was killed and two others were injured late Monday in Ceylanpinar, a town in Sanliurfa Province on the Syrian border, after smugglers were prevented from crossing into Turkey and opened fire on a military station, CNN Turk television ...

Turkey hatching plan to clear Syrian beggars off Istanbul streets
By Dasha Afanasieva and Seda Sezer ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Authorities in Istanbul are working on plans to clear the streets of Syrian beggars and house them in camps like those on the border, as Turkey struggles with an influx of over a million refugees and the hospitality of locals starts to wear thin. Beggars have become increasingly visible in Istanbul, many of them Syrians displaced by their ...

Turkey's Erdogan acknowledges strains with Obama
Erdogan enjoys strong support in Turkey and is expected to become Turkey's first directly elected president in a vote on Aug. 10, but his leadership has left Turkey increasingly isolated on the global stage. Everything from his bombastic rhetoric on Israel ...

Turkey: police detained for 'spying' and wiretaps
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish police raided the homes of colleagues on Tuesday, detaining dozens of officers on suspicion of "spying" or of illegally wiretapping government officials, including Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Turkey's spy chief, news reports and officials said.

Turkey hatching plan to clear Syrian beggars off İstanbul streets
Authorities in İstanbul are working on plans to clear the streets of Syrian beggars and hou se them in camps like those on the border, as Turkey struggles with an influx of over a million refugees and the hospitality of locals starts to wear thin.

Turkey's Kurdish candidate says peace does not hinge on Erdogan
By Alexandra Hudson and Gulsen Solaker BERLIN/ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey's peace process with Kurdish militants will go on whether or not Tayyip Erdogan wins the presidency in August, his pro-Kurdish rival said, but he declined to reveal whether he would back the prime minister in the event of a second-round run-off. Selahattin Demirtas, the presidential candidate for the pro-Kurdish Peoples ...

Turkey announces 3-day national mourning in solidarity with Palestinians
Turkey's government announced a three-day period of national mourning, starting on Tuesday, in a show of solidarity with Palestinians in Gaza.

Turkey's Erdogan acknowledges strains with Obama
By Gulsen Solaker ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan has acknowledged his relations with U.S. President Barack Obama have soured, saying he had been disappointed among other things by a lack of U.S. action over the war in neighbouring Syria. Erdogan enjoys strong support in Turkey and is expected to become Turkey's first directly elected president in a vote on Aug. 10, but ...

Fight against domestic violence stalls in patriarchal Turkey
Last year, 13 women in Turkey were murdered by their partners whilst nominally under state protection, according to official figures. Turkey, which aspires to join the European Union, has drafted new legislation to try to bring women's rights in line with European standards. Officials say the number of shelters has doubled in the past three years and victim support centers have been set up ...

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