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Europe · Washington

Graham visits Turkey, says he will ‘do all in my power’ to close F-16s sale

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Sen. Lindsey Graham (R-S.C.) returned from a visit to Turkey over the weekend saying he will do everything in his power to close a sale of F-16 fighter jets to Ankara. President Biden signalled his support for the weaponry sale to Turkey in a statement on Thursday, expressing optimism that Congress will pass this measure.See the Story
NATO · Finland

NATO exit from Çavuşoğlu: “If they do not comply with the memorandum...”

Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu answered questions on the issues on the agenda on the NTV live broadcast. They must comply with this document regarding the tripartite memorandum signed with Sweden and Finland. He used statements that we will not take them to NATO if they do not comply. aip2 ('PageStructure', {"PageType” :"other”, "PageCategory” :"sozcu”, "PageIdentifier” :" "}, ' the Story
Inflation · Turkey

The rate of hike to pensioners and officers became clear

Officer and officer pensioner to receive 41.69 percent hikeSee the Story
Turkey · Turkey

MSB: Turkish and Ukrainian military delegations held a meeting

Turkish and Ukrainian military delegations held a meeting at the Ministry of National Defense on July 4, 2022, according to a written statement from the Ministry of National Defense. At the meeting, views were exchanged on bilateral, regional defense and security issues. aip2 ('PageStructure', {"PageType” :"other”, "PageCategory” :"sozcu”, "PageIdentifier” :" "}, ' the Story
Turkey · Turkey

Weghorst in Istanbul for Besiktas

Weghorst in Istanbul for BesiktasSee the Story
Coronavirus · Turkey

Ministry of Health announces weekly Covid-19 data

Ministry of Health announces weekly Covid-19 dataSee the Story
Immigration · Turkey

Migrants describe Greek persecution: They beat children and threw them into the sea

38 migrants, 17 children of Afghan nationals who crossed into Mytilene, Greece, were hit by Greek forces and pushed back into Turkish land waters. In their statements, the migrants who were taken ashore by the Coast Guard teams in Izmir told that their children had been minted until their faces were bruised and thrown into the sea hungry and thirsty.See the Story
Turkey · Turkey

Last minute... Eyp attack on police station in Diyarbakr

LAST MINUTE... EYP attack on police station in Diyarbakır Yenisehir. The first images of the event came to screens with a News difference. According to the first information, it was learned that there were no dead or injured in the incident... Click here for moreSee the Story

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