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Traffic accident in southeast Turkey leaves 13 dead

Thirteen people - most of them Syrian nationals - were killed in a traffic accident in the southeastern province of Sanliurfa on Sunday, Anadolu Agency reported.
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I am not a nationalist, but what happened was genocide: Mahçupyan

Senior Advisor to the Prime Minister of Turkey, Istanbul-Armenian Etyen Mahçupyan, who is recently standing out with his anti-Armenian statements, has declared that he considers the events of 1915 as Genocide. ...
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PM: Turkey must to move to presidential form of government

Turkey must to move to a presidential form of government, Prime Minister of Turkey, Ahmet Davutoglu said, Turkish newspaper Milliyet reported. ...
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Anti-Armenian Acts on the Rise in Turkey

Anti-Armenian hate speech graffiti appeared on the walls of an Armenian church, around the same time as the Mayor of Ankara called Armenians “disgusting.” All this ahead of the 100th anniversary of the Armenian Genocide....
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Turkish PM stresses focus on missile, space technology

Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has highlighted the importance of making investments in missile and space technology to enhance Turkey’s military might, Anadolu Agency reported. ...
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Unknown people fire at campaign headquarters of Turkish ruling party

Unknown people have fired at the campaign headquarters of Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party in Istanbul city, Milliyet newspaper reported on Mar.24. ...
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100s of PKK fighters surrender in Turkey solution process

Turkey's solution process, aimed at ending the decades-old conflict with the outlawed PKK, has proved fruitful, with hundreds of the organization's terrorists surrendering to security forces since 2012 Anadolu Agency reported...
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Turkey deports over 1,000 foreigners planning to join ISIL

Turkish authorities have deported 1,170 foreigners allegedly travelling through Turkey to Syria to join the Islamic State militant group, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Friday. ...
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Confronting century-old pain: Turkish town to host Genocide event

A debate dedicated to the Armenian Genocide is going to be held in the Turkish town of Ayntap on Saturday. Agos reports. ...
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Another refinery to be built in Turkey

Turkish Petroleum Corporation (TPAO) will build an oil refinery in the southwestern province of Hatay, which borders with Syria, Haber7 TV channel reported referring to the member of the executive board of directors Besim Sisman. ...
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Bring your documents, Erdogan calls on Armenian diaspora

urkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has challenged the Armenian diaspora to come up with documents to resolve the intractable political issue surrounding the mass killings of Ottoman Armenians 100 years ago, Hurriyet Daily News reports. ...
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Turkey clarifies issue of creating unified army of Turkic world

Turkey’s Ambassador to Azerbaijan Ismail Alper Coskun has clarified the issue of creating the unified army of the Turkic world. ...
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Turkey slams European Parliament call for recognition of Armenian Genocide

The Turkish Foreign Ministry denounced on Saturday a recent report adopted by theEuropean Parliament that called on European Union member states to recognize Armenian claims of genocide at the hands of the late Ottoman Empire....
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Turkish President had a phone conversation with Russian President

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan had a phone conversation with Russian President Vladimir Putin late Tuesday. At the course of the conversation, held on the initiative of the Turkish side, the interlocutors discussed the Armenian Genocide issue as well. As reports “Armenpress”, the Turkish Anadolu agency stated about this....
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Turkey will never mature as a nation if it refuses to admit to evil

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