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Hamdi Istanbullu

Seized Turkish media outlets turn pro-government overnight

Oct 30 2015

ISTANBUL, Oct 30 Two Turkish opposition newspapers seized in a crackdown on an arch-enemy of President Tayyip Erdogan suddenly turned staunchly pro-government on Friday, publishing fawning front pages after new state-appointed management sacked most of their staff.

Turkish police raid media group linked to Erdogan foe as election looms

Oct 28 2015

ISTANBUL Turkish police forced their way into the offices of an opposition media company on Wednesday, days before an election, in a crackdown on companies linked to a U.S.-based cleric and foe of President Tayyip Erdogan.

Turkish police raid media group linked to Erdogan foe as election looms

Oct 28 2015

ISTANBUL Turkish police forced their way into the offices of an opposition media company on Wednesday, days before an election, in a crackdown on companies linked to a U.S.-based cleric and foe of President Tayyip Erdogan.

Turkish police raid media group linked to Erdogan foe as election looms

Oct 28 2015

ISTANBUL Turkish police forced their way into the offices of an opposition media company on Wednesday, days before an election, in a crackdown on companies linked to a U.S.-based cleric and foe of President Tayyip Erdogan.

Kurds gain ground but not control in struggle for Syrian border town

Nov 12 2014

BEIRUT/MURSITPINAR Turkey Syrian Kurds backed by fighters from northern Iraq have gained ground towards breaking the siege of the Syrian border town of Kobani but are drawing heavy fire from Islamic State insurgents and have yet to win back control. | Video

Kurds gain ground but not control in struggle for Syrian border town

Nov 11 2014

BEIRUT/MURSITPINAR Turkey Syrian Kurds backed by fighters from northern Iraq have gained ground towards breaking the siege of the Syrian border town of Kobani but are drawing heavy fire from Islamic State insurgents and have yet to win back control. | Video

Kurds gain ground but not control in struggle for Syrian border town

Nov 11 2014

BEIRUT/MURSITPINAR Turkey Syrian Kurds backed by fighters from northern Iraq have gained ground towards breaking the siege of the Syrian border town of Kobani but are drawing heavy fire from Islamic State insurgents and have yet to win back control.

Mortar kills 15 at Damascus University, Syria says

Mar 30 2013

BEIRUT/ISTANBUL Fifteen Syrian students were killed when rebel mortar bombs hit a Damascus University canteen on Thursday, state-run news agency SANA said, as attacks intensified in the centre of the capital. | Video

Mortar kills 15 at Damascus University, Syria says

Mar 29 2013

BEIRUT/ISTANBUL Fifteen Syrian students were killed when rebel mortar bombs hit a Damascus University canteen on Thursday, state-run news agency SANA said, as attacks intensified in the centre of the capital. | Video

Mortar kills 15 at Damascus University, Syria says

Mar 29 2013

BEIRUT/ISTANBUL Fifteen Syrian students were killed when rebel mortar shells hit a Damascus University canteen on Thursday, state-run news agency SANA said, as attacks intensified in the center of the capital. | Video

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