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Trials begin for Turkey coup ‘organizers’
Turkey has opened the trials of 221 suspected organizers of a failed July 2016 coup against the government of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Russia to lift some remaining trade sanctions on Turkey
Russia has agreed to lift some remaining trade sanctions imposed on Turkey following the Turkish military's shooting down of a Russian warplane over Turkey-Syria border some two years ago.
Turkish minister: Tourism an industry for promoting relations among peoples
International Media Forum kicks off in Turkey
By Kambakhsh Khalaji
Tense trial opens of alleged Turkey coup ringleaders
More than 220 suspects, including over two dozen former Turkish generals, went on trial Monday accused of being among the ringleaders of the attempted coup last year aimed at ousting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Russia agrees to lift remaining Turkey trade sanctions
Russia agreed Monday to lift remaining trade sanctions against Turkey imposed in the wake of the shooting down by Turkish air forces of a Russian warplane over the Syrian border in 2015.
Iran, Turkey call for effective coop. on fighting terror
Iranian and Turkish deputy foreign ministers Rahimpour and Sedat Ünal met in Tehran on Sun. to discuss ways for expansion of bilateral and regional cooperation.
Erdogan vows fight against enemies as returns to lead party
President Tayyip Erdogan pledged to fight Turkey's enemies at home and abroad on Sunday ahead of his election as leader of the ruling AK Party, which makes him the first Turk in nearly 70 years to serve simultaneously as head of state and of a political party.
Afghanistan's vice president departs for Turkey amid torture allegations
Afghanistan's embattled Vice President Abdul Rashid Dostum has left for Turkey; in the middle of a criminal investigation, following allegations that he tortured and raped a political rival.
Turkey steps up training militants in northern Syria: Report
Turkey has reportedly resumed an extensive campaign aimed at training the so-called Free Syrian Army (FSA) militants in northern Syria, purportedly to fight Kurdish forces and Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Turkey targets opposition daily crew suspected of links to coup bid
Turkish authorities have issued arrest warrants for the chief executive and several staff members of an opposition daily in Istanbul, as a crackdown continues in the wake an abortive military coup last year.
Turkey seeks arrest of owner, three staff members of opposition daily
Turkish authorities issued arrest warrants on Friday for the owner and three employees of opposition daily Sozcu, state media reported, as the crackdown on opposition media widened.
Germany may vote to move troops in Turkey as row with Ankara deepens
Germany's foreign minister on Wednesday said parliament would likely vote on withdrawing troops involved in the fight against Daesh in Syria from a Turkish military base if Ankara persisted in denying German lawmakers access to the site.
Turkey detains editor of opposition Cumhuriyet daily
The editor of a leading Turkish opposition newspaper has been formally arrested for allegedly spreading "terrorist propaganda" as Ankara intensifies a massive crackdown on reporters and media following the coup attempt of July 2016 against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkey orders arrest of 85 ministry staff in post-coup probe
Turkey detained dozens of Energy and Education Ministry staff on Tuesday in an investigation targeting the network of a US-based political figure whom Ankara accuses of orchestrating last July's attempted coup, state media said.
Turkey considers establishing military base in Syria’s Idlib
The Turkish army is mulling the establishment of a military base close to the Syrian city of al-Bab, says deputy prime minister.

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