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Turkish PM denies plans for immediate intervention in Syria

Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday that Turkey had no plan to militarily intervene in Syria in the foreseeable future, refuting media speculations about an imminent operation designed to create a buffer zone along the Turkish-Syrian border. 18 more words

Turkey reinforces Syria border According to PM adding that no incursion is being planned

Turkey has deployed additional troops and equipment along part of its border with Syria as fighting north of the city of Aleppo intensifies, security sources said, but Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said there were no immediate plans for any incursion. 594 more words

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TRNC News Today 1st July 2015 - Akinci meets with Juncker

TRNC News Today 1st July 2015

Akıncı meets with Juncker

President Mustafa Akıncı who is in Brussels to meet with high level authorities of the European Union had a meeting with the President of European Commission Jean-Claude Juncker at Central Office of EU Commission, Berlaymont Building. 708 more words

North Cyprus

building the future - swing wide the gates (2)

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Today, we are focusing on the rebuilding of the Valley Gate as Nehemiah continues to rebuild Jerusalem’s future:

Hanun and the inhabitants of…

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Discipleship

2015 Turkish General Election Results

So last week Turkey went to the polls and elected the first hung parliament since 1999 in a shock upset for the ruling AK Party and President Erdoğan’s hopes of increasing his powers.   637 more words

Election Result

Supporters of Turkey's ruling Justice and Development Party celebrate over the election results

Supporters of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party celebrate over the election results in Istanbul,Turkey. With 99.9 percent of the vote counted, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s AKP had the support of around 41 percent of voters, state-run TRT television said.

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Noah Feldman: Despite his election losses, Erdogan remains a threat to Turkish democracy

So it turns out voters don’t like it when you build a $600 million presidential palace. The Justice and Development Party, or AKP, led by Recep Tayyip Erdogan, lost its majority in Sunday’s Turkish elections for the first time in 12 years. 898 more words

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