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One Turkish soldier killed, four wounded in clashes with Kurdish militants: army
One Turkish soldier was killed and four were wounded in an armed attack by Kurdish militants in Turkey's southeastern province of Hakkari, the Turkish military said on Thursday.
Turkey says it does not recognize Crimea’s reintegration into Russia
Turkey says it does not recognize the 2014 reintegration of the Black Sea Crimean Peninsula into the Russian Federation, claiming the move contradicts international law.
Prospect of Turkey’s accession to EU more unlikely: Germany
The German foreign minister says the prospect of Turkey’s accession to the European Union has never been less likely, amid growing tensions between Ankara and some members of the bloc.
Bulgaria raps Turkey for ‘interference’ in general elections
Bulgarian President Rumen Radev on Friday accused neighboring Turkey of “interference” in the country’s March 26 general elections and warned his government would not accept it.
Turkey can be taken over in one day if law changes: Top opposition leader
The top Turkish opposition leader has warned that the proposed constitutional amendments can put the country at risk of falling under the control of a single person within a matter of one day.
Turkey threatens to cancel refugee deal in row with EU
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to end a contentious agreement with the EU, aimed at halting the refugee influx as tensions between the two sides continue to escalate.
Turkey may cancel migrant readmission deal with EU, says foreign minister
Turkey may cancel a migrant readmission agreement with the European Union, and is also re-evaluating a $6 billion refugee deal with the bloc, foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said in a televised interview late Wednesday.
Turkey, Russia, Iran vow to boost cooperation on Syria
Turkey, Russia and Iran decided to bolster cooperation in Syria, Kazakh Deputy Foreign Minister Akylbek Kamaldinov said Wednesday.
Top EU officials condemn Turkish 'fascism' remarks
The European Union's top officials sharply criticized Turkey on Wednesday for accusing EU states Germany and the Netherlands of fascism, saying the charges were driving Ankara further away from its goal of joining the bloc.
Turkey to reevaluate refugee deal with European Union: Minister
Turkish European Union Affairs Minister Omer Celik says time has come for the Ankara government to reassess its controversial refugee deal with the 28-nation bloc, which would grant Turkish citizens visa-free travel through most of Europe.
Turkey upholds novelist travel ban amid free speech crackdown
A Turkish court has maintained a contentious foreign travel ban on prominent novelist Asli Erdogan in a case widely seen as an infringement of her right to freedom of expression.
Turkey slams EU for backing Netherlands in dispute
Turkey criticized the European Union for siding with the Netherlands in a diplomatic dispute over Turkish ministers' campaign plans in the country.
Larijani: Iran “exercised self-restraint” over Turkey’s stances
Parliament Speaker Ali Larijani said Iran “exercised self-restraint” after recent remarks by Turkish officials against Tehran.
EU warns Erdogan as Turkey-Netherlands crisis deepens
The European Union on Monday warned President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to avoid inflammatory rhetoric as a diplomatic crisis between Turkey and the Netherlands deepened over the blocking of Turkish ministers from holding rallies to win support for plans to expand his powers.
Turkey vows retaliation after Netherlands bars ministers
Turkey told the Netherlands on Sunday that it would retaliate in the "harshest ways" after Turkish ministers were barred from speaking in Rotterdam, as a row over Ankara's political campaigning among Turkish immigrants escalated.

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