In the anniversary of PKK’s attackes began, guerilla chief’s statue erected.

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News in Turkish The statue is in a Diyarbakır village. It is for “Mahsum Korkmaz, also known as Agit, was the first commander of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK)’s military forces.”

Turkey’s ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) has strongly backed the naming of Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu as the new premier and party leader to replace president-elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a pro-government daily said Saturday. The executive committee of the AKP is due to meet on Thursday to formally agree the successor to Erdogan, who by law must give up both his current posts as
Moody’s has warned that Erdoğan’s victory in Turkey’s recent presidential elections might not abate political tension, stressing that economic risks remain.
Hürriyet newspaper didn’t publish an op-ed written by columnist Yılmaz Özdil regarding “Who the next prime minister should be” in Turkey.
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In a 2009 cable released by Wikileaks, James F. Jeffrey, the United States ambassador to Turkey at the time, reported that the Gulen movement had an apparently strong presence within the police. He wrote: “The assertion that the TNP is controlled by
It is an unchanging topic in Turkey after every election, comparing the actual results with the predictions of pre-election public opinion polls.

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