Forensic reports confirm corruption tapes…. Dispatches from Turkey…

A forensic report on a graft probe started last year has said the transcribed documents and tape recordings of the telephone conversations between the high-profile suspects are consistent
Residents of the western town of Selçuk enthusiastically await Pope’s visit to Christian cultural monument
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has stated that he has received “strong signals” from U.S. President Barack Obama indicating changes in Washington’s policy on Syria.

Why ISIS’s Plan to Launch a Currency Won’t Work

The role of Australian Federal Police counterterrorism liaison officer in Turkey will be a challenging appointment.
Syrians do not feel they need a state

Syrians were allowed to fear or abuse the state, never identify with it. No wonder if they have even clung to unfamiliar groups with terrifying ideologies that provided their basic needs.

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s complaint came as a US special presidential envoy visited Ankara for previously unannounced talks with Turkish officials


The White House released a statement on Sunday confirming the death of Peter Kassig, also known as Abdul-Rahman Kassig, at the hands of Islamic State militants. The official confirmation of Kassig’s death has prompted his family to release a statement in response to the news

Kassig, a 26-year-old U.S. aid worker and ex-Army Ranger, was shown being beheaded by Islamic State militants in a video released on the Internet earlier on Sunday…

US officials say they are close to confirming death of Peter Kassig

Briton thought to have killed four other western hostages is shown on Isis video standing over a severed head
The footage released Sunday, which the Islamic State said showed it had executed Mr. Kassig, is significantly different from those of four other

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