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Turkey’s economic woes hurt Erdogan – Polls | World news

ISTANBUL (Reuters) – More and more Turks now believe an opposition alliance is better suited than President Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling AKP party (AKP) to end the economic turmoil that has engulfed their country, according to a series of opinion polls released this month. Under pressure from Erdogan and …

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Kazakhstan: Spotlight on the link between Turkish radicals and Afghan-Pakistani ultras

The role of Turkish radicals and their links with extremists based in the Af-Pak region have been examined for their alleged role in fueling riots and terrorist attacks in Kazakhstan. Turkey has been an economic player and investor in Central Asia, including Kazakhstan, for decades and radicals from Turkey may …

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Arrival of the 1st batch of attack helicopters from Turkey

FIRST LOT A T129B helicopter is on the tarmac. —PHOTO COURTESY OF THE PHILIPPINE AIR FORCE After a series of delays, an official from Turkish Aerospace Inc. (TAI) confirmed that the first batch of six T129B helicopters purchased by the Turkish government will finally arrive in the Philippines. TAI chief …

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Turkey Hill’s Mysterious New Flavor Hits Stores With Sweet Reward For Lucky Detectives

(WHTM) – Turkey Hill is no stranger to creating creative ice cream flavors. But, their newest addition to the freezer shelves is supposed to give you a guess. Conestoga Creamery announced Tuesday that a new mystery flavor will hit stores across the country. WHAT did you do with mac and …

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Turkish Erdogan announces he will visit Saudi Arabia in February | Politics News

The visit is said to be the Turkish president’s first since the 2018 murder of Jamal Khashoggi by a team of Saudi agents in Istanbul. Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced that he will visit Saudi Arabia next month, the Turkish leader’s first visit since the 2018 murder of …

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Turkey’s first dam re-commissioned after 27 years

ANKARA Çubuk-1, Turkey’s first reinforced concrete dam that was built on Çubuk Creek in Ankara under the orders of Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the country’s first president and founder, began to hold back water after 27 years of ‘interruption. class = “cf”> The dam’s activities were halted in 1994 due to …

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Cooking cold turkey during the holidays: is it safe? | News

For some, drinking cold turkey with alcohol on vacation can be a deadly decision. But there is a safer way to do it. Kady Tronvold, addiction and alcoholism counselor at Behavioral Health Specialists in Norfolk, said that depending on many factors, quitting alcohol can be dangerous. “Some people, if they …

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Turkish crisis turns books into a dying luxury

Country’s economic turmoil puts publishing industry at risk as paper prices skyrocket Turkish doctoral student Gulfer Ulas saw the first edition of her favorite Thomas Mann collection published for 33 lire (around US $ 3 at the latest exchange rate). She found the second copy of the same two-volume set …

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CCTV footage shows the moment a Turkish kebab and pizza restaurant explodes in Belconnen

The cause of an explosion that injured one person and destroyed shops in Belconnen, in northern Canberra, is still under investigation with the surrounding area set to remain closed for some time. CCTV footage from a parking lot shows when the closed kebab shop caught fire and damaged nearby shops. …

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TURKOVAC to eliminate reluctance to COVID-19 vaccine in Turkey

Turkey last week kicked off mass production of its nationally-developed COVID-19 vaccine Turkovac after receiving emergency approval following studies in volunteers that demonstrated its effectiveness. In a TV interview, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan stressed that the local vaccine will also eliminate any hesitation from the Turkish public that may have …

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