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Items filtered by date: September 2017

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At least 8 injured as police use tear gas to control protest.

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Two countries also agree on enhancing cooperation to defeat terrorism, says Somali PM.

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Police believe some suspects were planning attack on country’s Republic Day celebration.

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The remains belong to 50 military and police personnel who had been killed by Daesh terrorist group in Kirkuk province.

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Some 1,114 starving children face death because of Assad regime blockade that has been in effect for more than 5 years.

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Rajoy says Catalan president, vice-president and regional ministers have been already dismissed, calls regional elections.

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This year’s event had the highest attendance in its history, says festival's manager.

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U.S. actor Matt Dillon praised Turkey's efforts for Syrian refugees at the award ceremony of the 54th International Antalya Film Festival on Friday.

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Famous Turkish actor and model Kıvanç Tatlıtuğ pressed charges against his old accountant for allegedly defrauding him nearly $1 million over by pocketing money he was paid for the actor's taxes.

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A symbolic gesture by U.S. President Donald Trump reiterating alliance with Turkey left its mark to the Republic Day reception at the Turkish embassy in Washington D.C. Saturday as relations between two countries have been experiencing a tumultuous period.

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A symbolic gesture by U.S. President Donald Trump reiterating alliance with Turkey left its mark to the Republic Day reception at the Turkish embassy in Washington D.C. Saturday as relations between two countries have been experiencing a tumultuous period.

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Boston Turkish Festival (BTF), which was founded in 1996, is a unique festival which lasts more than a month and it is one of the largest of its kind in the U.S. The festival theme, “Colors of Anatolia”, reflects the diversity and richness of Turkish culture, ranging from fine arts, dance, music, film to culinary arts.

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'Our position has not changed since day one' White House spokeswoman says, referring to Russia-Trump investigation.

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American Secretary of Defense James Mattis says ‘cannot imagine’ Washington ever accepting North Korea as a nuclear power.

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Madrid appoints Spanish Deputy Prime Minister Soraya Saenz de Santamaria to replace ex-Catalan President Carles Puigdemont.

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  • Published in Health


U.S. President Donald Trump on Thursday declared the opioid crisis a nationwide public health emergency — a step that won't bring new dollars to fight a scourge that kills nearly 100 Americans a day but will expand access to medical services in rural areas, among other changes.

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U.S. officials have unveiled prototypes of President Donald Trump’s proposed border wall between Mexico and the United States.

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Insured property losses from wildfires that raged through Northern California wine country this month, killing at least 42 people and destroying thousands of businesses and homes, could total $2 billion to $3 billion, a risk-modeling firm said on Thursday.

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  • Published in Tech


Saudi Arabia has made the advanced lifelike humanoid robot "Sophia" a citizen, becoming the first country to grant citizenship to a robot.

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Turkey's popular resort town Marmaris will host the 10th leg of the World Rally Championship (WRC) in September 2018, a Turkish motorsports body said.

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A 14-year-old internationally acclaimed Turkish musician is visiting the capital Ankara, the city where he once lived, to meet music lovers.

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German sweet maker Haribo said on Friday it was investigating companies in its supply chain following allegations of slave labor being used on its suppliers' plantations in Brazil.

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  • Published in Health


Doctors in India have successfully separated conjoined twin boys who were attached at the skull in a marathon surgical procedure that lasted more than 36 hours and involved 40 doctors.

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James Mattis makes appeal to Pyongyang during visit to inter-Korean border.

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The United States has announced changes to its nonimmigrant work visa policies that are expected to make renewals more difficult.

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A photograph found at a Daesh terror cell demonstrated the organization’s links to FETÖ.

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Terrorist group attacks displaced city residents as they try to make their way home, local activist says.

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Food, hygiene supplies, tents and clothing being distributed since crisis began in Myanmar’s Rakhine state on Aug. 25.

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A series of events including a symbolic wedding to be organized as part of European Days of Jewish Culture on Nov. 5.

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Turkish justice minister says German and Swedish nationals, Amnesty International's country head released by judges.

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Liberal principles prevailed in Ottoman economic life, but it was not a loose liberalism, as social justice was essential in the distribution of the empire's income.

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At camp near Idlib, displaced Syrians hope for brighter future after six years of conflict.

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  • Published in Sports


Venda tribesmen have been engaging in Musangwe boxing bouts since 1820s.

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  • Published in World


World Food Programme says operations can resume after 2-month suspension.

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US secretary of state urges Myanmar army to end violence and allow safe return home for Rohingya refugees, spokesperson says.

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'The situation of at least 350,000 besieged civilians in Eastern Ghouta ... is an outrage,' UN human rights chief warns.

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson says Russia 'repeatedly attempted to disrupt efforts' to probe April sarin gas attack.

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Majority believes that Trump negatively impacts U.S. policy in Arab world, survey shows.

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Mosque in capital's Ulus neighborhood named after wealthy Sufi benefactor who lived in 14th century.

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Reason of recent fluctuations in dollar/lira rate is speculative news, says Turkish economy minister.

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US Ambassador to Philippines denies CIA plot to oust, kill President Duterte.

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Nearly 3000 files released, 300 remain due to concern for national security.

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The Turkish Airlines (THY) announced Thursday that it will provide boarding passes written in the Braille alphabet to its visually impaired customers travelling from the Atatürk Airport in Istanbul.

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Turkey will be the top country to send humanitarian aid in 2017, says Turkish Foreign Minister.

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Catalonia's parliament declared independence from Spain on Friday in defiance of the Madrid government, which imposed a direct rule shortly after the Catalan parliament's vote.

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  • Published in U.S.


A 27-year-old man was shot to death while waiting at a bus stop outside the Farragut Houses Wednesday night, police said.

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American Airlines Chief Executive Doug Parker said on Thursday that a move by the leading U.S. black civil rights group to warn black travelers off the airline was “obviously a disappointment.”

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The U.S. House has approved bipartisan legislation to slap new sanctions on Iran for its pursuit of long-range ballistic missiles without derailing the 2015 international nuclear accord that President Donald Trump has threatened to unravel.

The bill passed Thursday 423-2.

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President Donald Trump's search for the next chair of the U.S. Federal Reserve has come down to Fed Governor Jerome Powell and Stanford University economist John Taylor, Politico on Thursday cited one source as saying, while another counseled caution.

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