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Ara 2018
Mosque in western Germany vandalized with racist slurs

An under-construction mosque in western Germany's Duisburg city was attacked by unidentified assailants who defaced the building with racist slogans, according to a mosque official on Sunday. The attackers painted star of David -- which is the symbol...

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28
Ara 2018
US fingerprints all over in war-torn Yemen: NYT

The U.S. had access to records of Saudi-led coalition's airstrikes in Yemen, and Saudis 'often ignored” no-strike lists provided by Washington, The New York Times reported. 'A former senior State Department official said that the United States...

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28
Ara 2018
'Year of Gobeklitepe' to further boost Turkish tourism

As Turkish president declared 2019 "the Year of Gobeklitepe" in honor of the 12,000-year-old temple in southeastern Turkey, tourism to the world's oldest archeological site is expected to boom. Located in Turkey's southeastern Sanliurfa province,...

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27
Ara 2018
Nigeria: 13 security forces killed in Boko Haram ambush

The Nigerian army has said at least 13 members of state security forces -- including soldiers and policemen -- were killed in an ambush by Boko Haram terrorists in the restive northeast. The troops ran into the ambush along the Maiduguri-Damaturu road...

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27
Ara 2018
Turkey was Russian tourists' top destination in 2018

Turkey was the most popular foreign destination for Russian tourists in 2018, with visitor numbers rising 25 percent, said a trade group on Wednesday. The overall Russian tourist flow grew 8 percent in 2018 compared to the previous year, Maya Lomidze, head...

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27
Ara 2018
Israel arrests 5 Palestinians in West Bank raids

Israeli forces arrested five Palestinians in overnight raids carried out across the occupied West Bank, according to the Israeli military on Thursday. The individuals were arrested for 'suspected involvement in popular terrorist activities”, the army...

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27
Ara 2018
Can Paris maintain support for YPG/PKK post-US pullout?

France, which has announced its intention to continue supporting the YPG/PKK terrorist group in Syria following a planned U.S. withdrawal, currently maintains nine military sites in the country, although its troops on the ground number only 200. While U.S....

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27
Ara 2018
Australia, New Zealand decry Japan's return to whaling

Australia and New Zealand on Thursday urged Japan to remain in the International Whaling Commission (IWC) after its decision to resume commercial whaling. Australia's Foreign Minister Marise Payne and New Zealand's Foreign Minister Winston Peters...

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27
Ara 2018
Geopolitics favors Turkish option in Syria

On Dec. 19, 2018, President Donald Trump made a bold move and ordered full withdrawal of over 2,000 US troops from Syria. The decision probably caught even some members of the Trump administration off-guard. Furthermore, the President, through his...

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27
Ara 2018
Prisoners stuck in midst of Pakistan-India tensions

Already locked in a string of land and sea disputes, longtime rivals Pakistan and India are all set for another showdown in the International Court of Justice (ICJ) in a case involving an alleged Indian spy. Kulbhushan Jadhav, who had been arrested in March...

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27
Ara 2018
Trump makes surprise visit to troops in Iraq

President Donald Trump made a surprise Christmas visit to U.S. troops in Iraq, the White House said Wednesday. It marked the first time the president has visited a combat zone and comes days after Defense Secretary James Mattis announced his resignation....

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26
Ara 2018
Stranded Columbian dancers fly home with Turkish help

After nearly two weeks stuck in Istanbul airport limbo, a group of seven Columbian dancers were able to fly home on Wednesday through the generosity of a Turkish singer and Turkey's flag carrier. This summer the 12-member dance troupe came to Turkey's...

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26
Ara 2018
World Hijab Day encourages women to voice their choice

World Hijab Day is all set to launch its 2019 campaign on Wednesday, aiming to encourage women to "voice their choice" of wearing the hijab, according to the founder of the annual event. '#FreeInHijab is the much needed hashtag for our current global...

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26
Ara 2018
Turkish group sets up water tanks for refugees in Yemen

The Turkish Red Crescent (Kizilay) has set up water tanks for refugees in the coastal Yemeni city of Aden. Mehmet Sancar, head of the Turkish Red Crescent's delegation in Yemen, told Anadolu Agency they regularly provide basic humanitarian aid to a refugee...

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26
Ara 2018
Israeli min makes remarks supporting PKK terrorists

An Israeli minister has made disgraceful remarks to undermine Turkey's expected anti-terror operation in Syria and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. "I hope that they (Kurds) will win in their battle against the Turks. I hope that the international...

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26
Ara 2018
Israeli warplanes strike targets in Syria: Reports

Israeli warplanes flying over southern Lebanon fired missiles at targets near the Syrian capital of Damascus late Tuesday, Syrian state media reported. Most of the missiles were shot down before hitting their targets, although an arms depot was struck and...

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26
Ara 2018
Second Guatemalan child dies in US custody

An 8-year-old boy from Guatemala who was apprehended with his family by U.S. border agents died early Tuesday at a hospital in New Mexico. According to U.S. Customs and Border Protection, the child, who illegally crossed the U.S. border with his family, showed...

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25
Ara 2018
'Prep for operation east of Euphrates going as planned'

Preparations for a counter-terror operation in Syria, east of the Euphrates River, are proceeding as planned, Turkey's defense minister said on Tuesday. Hulusi Akar also said that talks will be held with U.S. officials in the coming days on the roadmap...

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25
Ara 2018
US’ Syria troop pullout shouldn’t serve PYD/YPG: Turkey

Turkey has made clear that the process of withdrawing U.S. troops from Syria should not serve the terror group PYD/YPG, Turkey's foreign minister said on Tuesday.  Speaking to reporters in the capital Ankara to evaluate the Turkey's 2018...

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25
Ara 2018
Pakistan: President questions US military interventions

In a rare move, Pakistan's president took to Twitter to publicly question the U.S. military interventions in such countries as Syria, Iraq, and Afghanistan. Commenting on U.S. President Donald Trump's decision to withdraw American troops from civil...

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25
Ara 2018
Trump: Saudi Arabia to pay for rebuilding Syria

U.S. President Donald Trump on Monday said Saudi Arabia will spend money to help reconstruct Syria. "Saudi Arabia has now agreed to spend the necessary money needed to help rebuild Syria, instead of the United States," Trump tweeted. "See? Isn't it nice...

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25
Ara 2018
North Korea liable for $501M in damages: US judge

A federal judge has ordered North Korea to pay $501 million in damages to the parents of American college student Otto Warmbier over his death. The verdict was handed down Monday by Chief Judge Beryl A. Howell of the U.S. District Court for the District of...

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24
Ara 2018
Pakistan: Nawaz Sharif gets 7 years in corruption cases

A Pakistani court on Monday sentenced former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif to seven years in jail in two corruption cases. Sharif himself was present in the accountability court in the capital Islamabad to hear the much-anticipated verdict after a 15-month...

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24
Ara 2018
Turkish pizza maker lends hand to homeless in Canada

A Turkish pizza maker living in Canada distributed food and winter clothing to the homeless. Zeynel Ari, who became famous for his wood fire pizzeria in the city of Toronto, fed and provided the winter wear to the people living on the streets and in shelter...

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