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Turkey: Germany must close Gulen-linked businesses

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By DW

Turkish EU Minister Omer Celik has called on Berlin to shut down German companies with links to cleric Fethullah Gulen. Turkey's post-coup crackdown has now been widened to include more business leaders.

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Could Turkey join forces with Russia in Syria?

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By Josh Wood, The National

Not all that long ago, Turkey and Russia were exchanging words of war. The strongmen of the two countries – Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Vladimirovich Putin – are both leaders who command almost fanatical support among their followers, crush dissent when it arises and aspire to their county being a dominant power in the Middle East. And when Turkey shot down a Russian jet on the Syrian border last November, both men predictably puffed out their chests. Neither is the kind to back down from a fight.

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German officials at odds over reports on Turkey as ‘Islamist hub’

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German officials have issued contradicting statements over a leaked government report saying Turkey is a “hub for Islamist groups,” with Interior Minister Thomas de Maiziere defending the report just hours after two other high-level officials praised Ankara for its efforts against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).

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Tension between Turkey, Greece flares up with row over genocide, Sümela

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By Hurriyet Daily News
 
Amid ongoing strains related to the recent attempted military coup in Turkey, tension between the two Aegean neighbors has flared up upon the Greek president’s call for a “sincere apology” from Ankara for what Athens describes as the “Pontic genocide.” 

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