Erdoğan just got another palace: “Istanbul’s Yıldız Palace ‘allocated’ for Turkish president…

Istanbul’s Yıldız Palace ‘allocated’ for Turkish president


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Yıldız Palace, a historic Ottoman palace in Istanbul’s central Beşiktaş district, has been allocated for use by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, a Turkish columnist wrote on Nov. 8, sparking a debate over the use by statesmen of the area which included large green parks.


The agenda of the discussion during the opening dinner of the 10th G-20 summit on Nov. 15 in Turkey’s Mediterranean city of Antalya is set to focus on the Syria crisis and the ongoing migration problem

If Ankara does not join Europe’s efforts to tackle the refugee crisis the situation will deteriorate, European Commissioner for Migration, Home Affairs and Citizenship Dimitris Avramopoulos, has warned.

HDP deputy Altan Tan assessing November 1 general election results has said HDP couldn’t convince PKK, and clarified his past comments on presidential system.
Apart from consolidating popular legitimacy and injecting fresh blood into the bureaucracy, elections are often seen as an opportunity to enable policy revisions

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