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World - Exiled Muslim Brotherhood leaders would be welcome in Turkey: Erdogan

Istanbul (AFP) - Turkey would welcome exiled leaders of Egypt`s outlawed Muslim Brotherhood who have come under pressure to leave Qatar, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said.

Tuesday, September 16, 2014  09:14


World - Turkey would welcome Muslim Brotherhood figures who leave Qatar: Erdogan

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey would welcome senior figures from Egypt`s outlawed Muslim Brotherhood after they were asked to leave Qatar under pressure from other Gulf Arab states, Turkish media quoted President Tayyip Erdogan as saying late on Monday. A senior Brotherhood official based in London said on Saturday that Qatar had asked seven senior figures from the movement to leave the country after its neighbors pressed it to stop backing the Islamists. ...

Tuesday, September 16, 2014  07:26


World - Turkey seeks behind-scene role in NATO coalition

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey is the big Muslim power that sits atop raging conflicts in Iraq and Syria, so it might be expected to take a leading role in the NATO coalition announced this month to take on the Islamic State group.

Sunday, September 14, 2014  09:50


World - Turkish PM says U.S. action in Iraq not enough to bring stability

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said on Friday U.S. action in Iraq, where Islamic State fighters have seized swathes of territory, was necessary but would not be enough on its own to bring about political stability. Asked in a live interview with Turkey`s Kanal 24 television if current U.S. moves were sufficient to solve the crisis, Davutoglu said: `It is necessary, but it is not enough to establish order, I mean to achieve political stability`. (Reporting by Daren Butler; Writing by Nick Tattersall; Editing by Mark Trevelyan)

Friday, September 12, 2014  20:25


World - Syrian opposition coalition says ready to partner against Islamic State

ISTANBUL/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria`s Western-backed National Coalition opposition on Thursday said it was ready to work with the United States against Islamic State militants after President Barack Obama authorised U.S. Saying it had `long called for this action` and had repeatedly warned about Islamic State, the coalition called again for its military wing, the Free Syrian Army, to receive support to form a `reliable and well-equipped force.` `We urge the U.S. Congress to approve the president`s policy as soon as possible, and to allow the training and equipping of Free Syrian Army,` coalition president Hadi al-Bahra said in a written statement. The coalition, which is based in Turkey, has received support and recognition from the Western powers and Gulf Arab states who are among Syrian President Bashar al-Assad`s most vocal opponents, but has struggled to win support on the ground.

Thursday, September 11, 2014  07:10


World - Syrian opposition coalition welcomes Obama speech on Islamic State

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Syria`s Western-backed National Coalition opposition on Thursday urged U.S. Congress to approve as soon as possible President Barack Obama`s policy on Islamic State militants after he authorized U.S. airstrikes for the first time in Syria. `The Syrian Coalition ... stands ready and willing to partner with the international community not only to defeat ISIS but also rid the Syrian people of the tyranny of the Assad regime,` coalition president Hadi al-Bahra said in a written statement. (Writing by Daren Butler; Editing by Jeremy Laurence)

Thursday, September 11, 2014  06:35


World - Turkey snubs possible energy deals with Israel after Gaza offensive

By Orhan Coskun ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkey is unlikely to sign any energy deals with Israel for the construction of a gas pipeline to Turkey because of a deepening political rift over Israel`s Gaza offensive, Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said on Tuesday. Ties were severely damaged following a deadly raid by Israeli commandoes on a Turkish yacht carrying pro-Palestinian activists defying a Gaza blockade in 2010.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014  15:21


World - Erdogan battles `Assassins` in power struggle over Turkish courts

By Humeyra Pamuk and Daren Butler ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Likening foes in the judiciary to medieval `Assassins` betraying Turkey, Tayyip Erdogan made one thing clear as he assumed the presidency last month: his battle to purge their influence over the courts is far from over. The power struggle has transformed a judicial election next month, normally an unassuming affair, into a key battleground. The vote will decide the members of the High Council of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK), responsible for the appointments, transfers, promotions and expulsions of the country`s top judicial figures. `It`s a matter of life and death for the government,` said Murat Aslan, chairman of YARSAV, a secularist association of judges and prosecutors which has prepared a candidate list and will play a key role in the vote.

Tuesday, September 09, 2014  13:25

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