Egypt: Morsi’s Legacy – Unlikely Democrat, Reluctant Martyr

By Eric Walberg Mohamed Morsi (1951–2019) was the fifth President of Egypt (30 June 2012 to 3 July 2013), deposed

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US Greenlights Missiles for al-Qaeda-Linked, Turkish-Backed Salafi-Jihadists Occupying Syria’s Idlib

The Trump administration has approved a Turkish shipment of US-made anti-tank missiles to al-Qaeda-linked Islamist rebels fighting a Russian-backed offensive

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Sanctioner-in-Chief: 10 Countries Hit by Trump’s Favorite Regime Change Tactic in Just Two Years

This can be clearly seen on the 2017 “Countering America’s Adversaries Through Sanctions Act”, as the name suggests President Donald

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Turkey Braces for Potential US Sanctions Over S-400 Purchase as Troops Begin Training in Russia

Turkey is poised for potential sanctions from the US over its purchase of the Russian S-400 air defense system, its

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Russia Ready to Replace US F-35s with Su-57s if Ankara’s Deal with US Fails

Russia’s fifth-generation Su-57 fighter jets could be sold to Turkey if Ankara’s F-35 deal with the US fails, the chief

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The AKP’s Recent Election Loss May End Up Tearing the Party Apart

After the recent election losses, Erdogan may be running out of external enemies and could be bringing his witch hunt

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Turkey Does Not Abide by “Unilateral Sanctions” of the US on Iranian Crude

Turkey has announced on Monday that it will not abide by the “unilateral” decision of the US government to ban

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Goodbye, Patriot and F-35! Turkey Receives Russian S-400 and Su-57 With Open Arms

By Denis Lukyanov Washington does not stop trying to seduce Turkey with its weapons. Ankara resists because the deal with

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Turkish Ambassador Denies Report Claiming Ankara Sent ISIS Fighters to Libya

Turkish Ambassador to Tunisia Ömer Faruk Doğan has denied a Tunisian news report accusing Ankara of sending Islamic State in

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Turkey Threatens to Buy Even More Russian S-400s if US Doesn’t Cooperate

The US-Turkey showdown over Ankara’s deal with Russia for the S-400 anti-air defense system continues and could even escalate further

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Evo Morales: Bolivia, Turkey Eye Stronger Economic, Diplomatic Ties in New Period Ahead

The meeting of the Turkish and Bolivian leaders in Ankara marks a turning point for the two countries as they

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Venezuela Strengthens Bilateral Relations with Europe, Africa and the Middle East

Chancellor Jorge Arreaza, made a working tour through various countries of the world, with the aim of strengthening bilateral relations

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Turkey Ratifies Support for Maduro’s Government

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said on Monday that Turkey will continue to support the constitutional government of President Nicolás

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Leaders of Russia, Turkey, Iran Meet to Discuss Syria’s Future

Russia, Iran, and Turkey met to safe zones, refugees, heavy weapons, and jihadists at a summit on Syria in Sochi.  Russia met with Turkey Thursday to talk about

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Erdogan Says Venezuelan Gold Will be Processed in Turkey

Ankara (TM) – Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Tuesday that Venezuelan gold would be processed in the Central Anatolian province of

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