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Robin Van Persie signs for Fenerbahce

Robin Van Persie signs for Fenerbahce

Dutch international striker Robin van Persie on Tuesday signed for Fenerbahce from Manchester United on a three year deal, the Istanbul giants announced, in one of the most significant transfers by a Turkish Super Lig side in recent years. An estimated 18,000 fans clad in the iconic navy blue and yellow stripes of Fenerbahce turned […]

Turkey’s ruling AK party seeks coalition partners

Turkey’s ruling AK party seeks coalition partners

One month after the June 7 elections in Turkey, a government is yet to be formed. The Justice and Development party (AK), which lost its single majority in parliament for the first time since it took power in 2002, has been engaged in lengthy talks on coalition options. On Thursday, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave […]

Senior ISIL Commander Abu Mohammad Flees to Turkey

Senior ISIL Commander Abu Mohammad Flees to Turkey

A senior commander of the ISIL Takfiri terrorist group fighting against the government forces in Deir Ezzur province, Eastern Syria, fled to neighboring Turkey. “Amer al-Naklavi nicknamed Abu Mohammad fled Deir Ezzur into neighboring Turkey,” local sources said on Saturday. Al-Naklavi was commander of Jund al-Rahman terrorists group in the Eastern parts of Deir Ezzur […]

Turkish govenment finally considering military action in Syria

Turkish govenment finally considering military action in Syria

As Kurdish rebels in northern Syria rack up wins against the Islamic State group, Turkish media is abuzz with talk of a long-debated military intervention to push the Islamic militants back from the Turkish border a move that will also outflank any Kurdish attempts to create a state along Turkey’s southern frontier. Turkish President Recep […]

Pictures of ISIS terrorists intercepting desperate refugees yards from safety

Pictures of ISIS terrorists intercepting desperate refugees yards from safety

ISIS terrorists forced thousands of Syrian refugees trying to escape the extremist-held territory to turn around despite being less than 100 yards from the safety of the Turkish border. Turkish troops watched on helplessly as heavily-armed ISIS terrorists blocked the border crossing at Tal Abyad, where some 13,000 civilians have crossed over the past ten […]

Turkey-Somalia relationship: Turks run Somalia & making $4million monthly revenue

Turkey-Somalia relationship: Turks run Somalia & making $4million monthly revenue

The chaos and conflict that once consumed the port of Mogadishu are now gone and a few foreign investors are starting to move into Somalia. Turkey is leading the way but why is there such a strong bond between these two countries? Where once rival militias battled for control of these docks, giant container ships […]

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