Turkey denies claims on disclosure of Israeli spies…EU urges opening of chapter on rights, justice.. A FP roundup…

DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 24JAN04 - Recep Tayyip Erdo...
DAVOS/SWITZERLAND, 24JAN04 – Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Prime Minister of Turkey, captured during the session ‘Special Address by the Prime Minister of Turkey’ at the Annual Meeting 2004 of the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland, January 24, 2004. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)


Turkey denies claims on disclosure of Israeli spies, intelligence chief

Turkish government officials were quick to deny claims reported by Washington Post columnist David Ignatius that Ankara blew the cover on a group of Israeli spies

Washington Post columnist claims Turkey blew Israeli spies? cover

Erdoğan disclosed information to Iranian intelligence about 10 Iranians meeting with Mossad case officers, US journalist claimed

Gül expresses hope Saudi rejection of Security Council seat will draw attention to UN?s failures

Turkish President Abdullah Gül called for respect for Saudi Arabia?s rejection of the U.N. Security Council seat, a move that caught diplomats by surprise


Erdogan, Syria Rebels? Leading Ally, Hesitates, 31 Months InPrime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey has long backed the Syrian rebels. But Turkey shelled rebel positions this week, signaling concern about the dominance of radical Islamist groups.

 Lebanese pilgrims abducted in Syria sent to Turkey: Lebanon?s interior minister

Turkish Foreign Minister Davutoğlu says that pilots abducted in Lebanon will be released shortly

Turkey already aware judicial problems in EU progress report: Minister

Turkey?s justice minister said they are aware of the problems that European Union put its fingers on in its recently released progress report

EU urges opening of chapter on rights, justice

The European Commission, in its enlargement strategy paper for 2013-2014, called on Turkey to respect fundamental rights in practice

EU pressure mounts over Turkey, PM Erdoğan

The EU ups its pressure on Turkey, as the prime minister faces criticism over his Gezi stance while Turkey draws fire for a lack of fundemental rights


Turkish economy regains some momentum, but under risk: EU

Turkey?s market economy has become very vulnerable due to the latest global economic developments, domestic political unrest and political turmoil in neighboring countries, the EU has said

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