Turkey adjusts its policy | Colonel Cassad

Turkish Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus made clear in one of his statements that his country may change its policy in relation to Syria and depart from the course held by Ankara since 2011, when it supported the interventions of the anti-government forces against President Bashar al-Assad. “We have no right to impose any solution of the Syrian people”, – said the Deputy head of the Turkish government.

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DUGIN pushes Russian alliance in Turkish parliament with visit to AKP

Today’s guest roster at the Turkish parliament offered an intriguing glimpse of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s “New Turkey.” While Western ambassadors in Ankara showed solidarity with the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) over the detentions of its leaders, in a nearby chamber the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) was hosting Russian President Vladimir Putin’s special adviser Alexander Dugin.

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Kurds may abandon Turkey after coup against Erdogan

A long-running uprising in Turkey’s Kurdish regions was temporarily overshadowed by the July 15 coup attempt. The PKK first took up arms against the government over 30 years ago, and the fighting has led to more than 40,000 deaths. Neither the PKK nor the Turkish government is looking to reconcile following the end of a ceasefire last year. Kurds in eastern Turkey, where most live, are facing a state of emergency, Toprak said. “Entire cities and regions have been razed,” he added. “There are 500,000 internally displaced Kurds.”

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Turkish Coup Round up

Charges Filed Against U.S. Defense Officials in Turkey over Coup Allegations 

$2 billion: CIA’s bill for Turkish coup

Now Erdogan ‘wants to smash secret NATO army’ over alleged role in Turkey coup


Turkey coup plotters’ use of ‘amateur’ app helped unveil their network


Erdogan Says Turkey’s Coup Script Was ‘Written Abroad’


Turkey sees swift overhaul of intelligence agency, gendarmerie after coup


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