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Turkish PM launches 'yes' campaign over presidential powers
Turkey’s Prime Minister Binali Yildirim officially launched his ruling party’s campaign for a "yes" vote in a referendum on ushering in a presidential system, which critics fear will concentrate too many powers in the hands of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkey shifting to open prisons amid jail overcrowding
Turkey says prisoners serving lighter sentences would be transferred to open prisons amid reports of jail overcrowding since Ankara began its crackdown in the wake of the failed coup of July 2016.
136 Turkish diplomats, relatives seek asylum in Germany
More than 130 Turkish diplomats, soldiers and their family members have sought refuge in Germany since last July's failed coup, according to German government data in documents seen by AFP on Friday.
Turkey says nearly in full control of Syria's al-Bab
Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik says his country’s armed forces and allied militants are almost in full control of the Syrian city of al-Bab taking the city from the Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Turkey lifts ban on army officers wearing Islamic headscarf
Turkey's army is lifting a historic ban on female officers wearing the Islamic headscarf in the officially secular country, the state-run Anadolu Agency said Wednesday.
Iraq rejects Turkey’s sectarian allegations against Iran
The Iraqi Foreign Ministry spokesman has rejected as “wrong” and “unreasonable” Turkey’s recent allegations that Iran is involved in spreading sectarianism in the Middle East.
Ankara detains nearly 1,600 for alleged links to militants
Nearly 1,600 people have been detained in Turkey over the last week for suspected links to militant groups launching terror attacks in the country.
Iran summons Turkish envoy over anti-Iran remarks
Iran's Foreign Ministry on Monday summoned Turkish Ambassador over recent remarks by Turkish officials against Iran.
Turkish soldiers accused of Erdogan assassination attempt go on trial
Prosecutors called for life sentences for more than 40 Turkish soldiers on Monday at the start of their trial for attempting to assassinate President Tayyip Erdogan during last year's failed coup, according to the indictment obtained by Reuters.
Turkey presents Raqqah occupation plan to US
Turkey has presented the United States with two plans for an alleged potential operation to “liberate” the northern Syrian city of Raqqah from Daesh.
Turkey arrests 26 following car bomb blamed on PKK militants
Turkish security forces have arrested at least 26 people in connection with the recent car bomb attack in the country’s Kurdish-majority province of Sanliurfa, which claimed the lives of two civilians and left more than a dozen others injured.
Turkey seeks to seize territory in northern Syria: Analyst
The Turkish military has claimed that it is close to capturing the northern Syrian city of al-Bab in Raqqah province from the Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
Turkey, Iran, Russia to supervise Syrian cease-fire
Iran, Russia and Turkey on Thursday agreed to set up a joint commission to supervise the Syria truce.
Turkey says close to taking Syria's Al-Bab
Turkey's military said on Friday it was close to taking Syria's Al-Bab from Daesh, but a war monitor said the terrorists still controlled 90 percent of the town itself and that shelling and airstrikes had killed dozens of civilians in recent days.
Turkey claims control of Syria’s al-Bab
Turkish forces and militants have largely taken control of Syria’s al-Bab from the Daesh terror group, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Tuesday, but a war monitoring group said the terrorists still controlled most of the town.

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