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Egypt blocks U.N. Security Council condemnation of Turkey violence

Egypt blocks U.N. Security Council condemnation of Turkey violence

The United Nations Security Council failed on Saturday to condemn the violence and unrest in Turkey after Egypt objected to a statement that called on all parties to "respect the democratically elected government of Turkey," diplomats said. The U.S.-drafted statement also expressed grave...

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Two cheers for Erdogan: Europe hopes and fears after coup bid

Two cheers for Erdogan: Europe hopes and fears after coup bid

European leaders greeted the defeat of Turkey's coup on Saturday with relief as it averts chaos and keeps alive a deal that has helped to stem the migration crisis threatening the continent. But while some hope a reminder of resistance to his personal grip on power may prompt President Tayyip...

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Final pro-coup troops surrender in Ankara

Final pro-coup troops surrender in Ankara

The final group of pro-coup Turkish military personnel surrendered Saturday afternoon, a security source said. Around 150 plotters, who are suspected of being members of the Fetullah Terrorist Organization, had been holding out at the headquarters of the General Staff and the nearby...

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Turkish PM: Any country that stands by cleric Gulen will be at war with Turkey

Turkish PM: Any country that stands by cleric Gulen will be at war with Turkey

 Any country that stands by the Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen will not be a friend of Turkey and will be considered at war with the NATO member, Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim said on Saturday. The government said that followers of Gulen, who has been living in self-imposed exile...

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