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Bomb Explodes Injuring Five in Southern Turkey

Five people were injured Wednesday when a roadside bomb exploded as a bus carrying police drove by in the southern Turkish province of Adana, state media reported.

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Erdogan Hosts Putin, Rouhani for Syria Summit

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will host his Russian and Iranian counterparts on Monday for their latest summit on Syria, with attention focused on Damascus's push on the last rebel-held bastion of Idlib.

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Ex-Turkey Premier Promises New Political Party

Former Turkish prime minister Ahmet Davutoglu on Friday said he would launch a "new political movement" in the latest challenge to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from his former allies.

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Syria Soldiers Eye Turkish Outpost in Recaptured Town

Syrian soldier Ahmad Amuri rolls up on a motorbike to hand water bottles to comrades standing guard under pistachio trees, just a few dozen metres from a Turkish observation point in northwest Syria.

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Turkey Won't Tolerate US Delay over Syria Safe Zone

Ankara will not tolerate any delay from the US over setting up a safe zone in northern Syria, Turkey's foreign minister said on Thursday.

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Deported from Turkey, Syrians Return to Unfamiliar Country

Still reeling from his sudden deportation from Turkey with just the clothes on his back, Mohammad Hassan stood in the arrivals hall at a border crossing in northern Syria unsure what to do next.

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Trump Seeks to Avoid Slapping Turkey with Sanctions over Missile Deal

The warnings were unambiguous, and now so is the retreat: after threatening to hit Turkey with sanctions for buying a Russian missile defense system, the Trump administration is looking for a way to avoid doing so.

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Death Toll Rises to 3 in Attack on Turkish Diplomat in Iraq

The death toll from Wednesday's  attack on Turkish consular employees in Iraq's autonomous Kurdish region has risen to three after one victim died of his wounds, his family told AFP.

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Turkey Issues Warrants for Over 200 Soldiers over Alleged Coup Links

Turkish police began nationwide raids Tuesday aimed at detaining over 200 military personnel suspected of ties to the group blamed for a 2016 coup attempt, officials and state media reported, in an ongoing crackdown that has seen thousands jailed.

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Turkey Sacks Central Bank Governor

Turkey has sacked the governor of its central bank and replaced him with his deputy, a presidential decree published in the official gazette said on Saturday.

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