Monthly Archives: June 2017

Turkey to implement mosques in schools under new rules – euronews

June 30, 2017
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euronews Turkey to implement mosques in schools under new ruleseuronewsTurkey’s Education Ministry unveiled new regulations this week that require every new school in the country be outfitted with gender-separated Muslim prayer rooms. The new regulations were published in the government’s official newspaper and call for … Source: turkey – Google News Sharing information is key –…

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Turkish-German Relations Plummet with Berlin Banning Erdogan Rally in Germany – Voice of America

June 30, 2017
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Voice of America Turkish-German Relations Plummet with Berlin Banning Erdogan Rally in GermanyVoice of AmericaA new dispute between Ankara and Berlin has arisen, with the Turkish president being refused permission to hold a rally for ethnic Turks while he is attending the G20 summit next week in Germany. “We don’t have the police forces available…

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Turkey wants Twitter’s help in suppressing an American critic – Washington Post

June 29, 2017
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Washington Post Turkey wants Twitter’s help in suppressing an American criticWashington PostTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made no secret of his desire to extend his campaign to suppress criticism and dissent beyond Turkey’s borders. But now, his government is leaning on the management of Twitter to do his dirty work for him, …Turkey tells Twitter…

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Turkey returns fire on Kurdish YPG in northern Syria: military – Reuters

June 28, 2017
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Daily Sabah Turkey returns fire on Kurdish YPG in northern Syria: militaryReutersThe Turkish army said that YPG machine-gun fire on Tuesday evening targeted Turkey-backed Free Syrian Army elements in the Maranaz area south of the town of Azaz in northern Syria. “Fire support vehicles in the region were used to retaliate in kind …Turkey Says It…

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German police warned lawmakers of possible Turkish spying: newspaper – Reuters

June 28, 2017
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German police warned lawmakers of possible Turkish spying: newspaperReutersGermany’s chief federal prosecutor in January launched an investigation into possible spying by clerics sent to Germany by the Turkish government, and in March opened a second, unrelated probe into suspected espionage. At the time, German media …and more >> Source: turkish – Google News Sharing information is key…

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President Erdogan of Turkey Recovers From Minor Health Scare – New York Times

June 27, 2017
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New York Times President Erdogan of Turkey Recovers From Minor Health ScareNew York TimesISTANBUL — President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey appeared to faint on Sunday because of what he said were complications with his blood-sugar level and blood pressure. Mr. Erdogan, 63, was sitting for early morning prayers when he seemed to lose …Should the…

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