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Will untended Turkey ties be given useful shape?

An Indian external affairs minister will be in Turkey after a gap of 10 years when Salman Khurshid visits the country later this month.

Four arrested in Turkey anti-government protests: media


Turkish police have fired tear gas and used water cannons to disperse hundreds of anti-government protesters in the capital Ankara, leading to four arrests, local media and witnesses said Friday.

Turkey scrambles jet after Syrian helicopter nears border

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Turkey scrambled a fighter jet on Friday after a Syrian helicopter shelled the Syrian town of Azmarin near their common border, an official said.

"The fighter jet took off from Diyarbakir base in th

39 dead after boat of illegal immigrants sinks off Turkey


At least 39 people drowned on Thursday after a boat carrying illegal immigrants trying to reach Europe capsized in waters off western Turkey, the Anatolia news agency reported, citing a local official

Several killed, wounded in south-east Turkey blast


A car bomb exploded on Monday, killing eight people and wounding 50 others in a city in south-east Turkey, the mayor of Gaziantap, Asim Guezelbey, told local television.

The powerful blast went off c

5.3 magnitude quake shakes southeast Turkey

Turkey's seismology center says a 5.3 magnitude earthquake has rattled the country's southeast, but authorities have reported no damage or injuries.

The Istanbul-based Kandilli Observatory says the

Fighting between Kurd rebels and Turkish army 'kills 19'

Fighting between Turkish soldiers and outlawed Kurdish rebels killed 19 people near the Iraqi border in the southeast of the country on Sunday, the local governor said.

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NATO backs Turkey as PM vents fury at ‘heinous’ Syria


Turkey's prime minister vowed on Tuesday to retaliate against Syria for its 'heinous' downing of one of its warplanes, as the head of NATO said such an attack on one of its members was unacceptable.

Turkey calls for NATO meeting over downed jet: Report


Turkey has called for a NATO meeting over the Syrian downing of a Turkish fighter jet, a diplomatic source said on Sunday confirming a television news report.

Turkey called for the emergency meeting

Turkey vows ‘necessary’ action against Syria


Turkey's president said on Saturday his country will take ‘necessary’, but unspecified, action against Syria, a day after Damascus said it had brought down a Turkish military plane that had entered its air space.

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