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Moscow in talks with Ankara to clinch new S-400 deal, Russia says
A high-ranking Russian military figure says Moscow has completed the deliveries of batteries of the advanced Russian-made S-400 missile defense systems to Ankara, and that a new deal is under discussion.
Erdogan says won't hold talks with US delegation on Ankara visit
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he would not meet with US Vice President Mike Pence and State Secretary Mike Pompeo during their visit to Ankara to discuss a ground offensive by his country’s military forces and allied militants against Kurdish forces in the northern part of Syria.
Ankara receives 2nd batch of Russian S-400 on Tuesday: Turkish defense minister
Turkey's defense minister says the delivery of the second batch of Russian S-400 missile defense systems is scheduled to begin on Tuesday.
Ankara won’t tolerate any US delay over northern Syria safe zone: Turkish FM
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says his country will not tolerate any US delay in setting up a so-called safe zone in northern Syria, where US-sponsored Kurdish militants are operating.
Turkey orders arrest of 122 over links to abortive coup
Turkish prosecutors have ordered the detention of 122 people suspected of having links to an opposition figure Ankara blames for a 2016 coup attempt against the government.
US taking no step to create S-400 working group: Turkey
A senior Turkish official says the United States has not moved to create a joint working group to discuss Ankara’s pending procurement of Russian S-400 missile defense systems.
Ankara working to carry Khashoggi investigation to UN: Turkey’s FM Cavusoglu
Turkey says it is working with other countries to carry the investigation into the murder of Jamal Khashoggi to the United Nations, more than two months after the dissident Saudi journalist was gruesomely murdered inside the Arab kingdom’s consulate in Istanbul.
Turkish high speed train crashes in Ankara, killing 4, injuring dozens
A Turkish high-speed train collided with another locomotive and crashed into an overpass at a train station in Ankara on Thursday, killing four people and injuring 43, the local governor said.
Ankara uneasy about US plan for 'observation posts' on Syria border: Turkish minister
Turkey has expressed its strong dissent against Washington's plan to establish “observation posts” in northern Syria, along parts of its border with the Anatolian country, in a purported attempt to help prevent clashes between Turkish government troops and those armed Kurdish militia supported by the United States.
Iran: No bombing at Iranian Embassy in Ankara
Iranian Foreign Ministry spokesman Bahram Qassemi dismissed media reports about a "suicide bombing" at the site of the Iranian Embassy in Ankara and the evacuation of Iranian personnel.
US launching ‘attempted economic coup’ against Ankara: Erdogan
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country will not “surrender” under the sanctions imposed by the United States over the detention of an American pastor, accusing Washington of launching an “attempted economic coup” against Ankara.
Invaluable Persian carpets on display in Ankara
The Turkish capital is hosting an exhibition to illustrate Persian carpets and pictorial rugs in a bid to introduce Iranian culture and handicrafts.
Tehran, Moscow, Ankara urge countering plots to partition Syria
Iran, Russia and Turkey, as guarantor states for a peace process in Syria, have expressed their firm determination to counter any plot aimed at partitioning the Arab country.
Turkey’s CHP presidential candidate warns to shut key US base unless Gulen extradited
Turkey’s presidential candidate of the main opposition Republican People’s Party (CHP), Muharrem Ince, has threatened to close a major American military base in the country by Christmas unless Washington extradites US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara blames for an abortive 2016 coup.
Amnesty accuses Ankara of creating ‘climate of fear’ after coup attempt
Amnesty International has accused the Turkish government of creating a “suffocating climate of fear” across the country and launching a campaign of repression against human rights activists after a botched coup to topple Turkish President Recep Tayyep Erdogan in 2016.

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