Russia's Putin, Turkey's Erdogan could meet next week: RIA cites Kremlin
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Thousands protest in Russia's far east
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Trump still defers to Putin, even as he dismisses US intelligence and the alliesWritten by David E. Sanger On the eve of accepting the Republican nomination for president four years ago, Donald Trump declared that he would pull out of NATO..
Trump Still Defers to Putin, Even as He Dismisses U.S. Intelligence and the AlliesSay this about President Trump’s approach to Moscow: It’s been consistent.
Trump says he never confronted Putin about Russia bounty reportsPresident Donald Trump said he never questioned Russian leader Vladimir Putin about U.S. intelligence reports that Moscow paid the Taliban to kill American..
Trump says he did not ask Vladimir Putin about bounties on US troopsTrump's relationship with Putin is a frequent campaign issue. Democrats say the president is too chummy with the Russian autocrat.
After Tough Greek Stance, Turkey Blinks in East MediterraneanATHENS - After Greece put its military on high alert and German Chancellor Angela Merkel also intervened, Turkey has pulled back plans to send an energy research..
Erdogan’s push for more social media laws is another step towards silencing dissent“Do you now understand why we are against YouTube, Twitter, Netflix, and other media?” Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan asked in a televised..
Erdogan joins thousands for first prayers at Hagia Sophia
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Erdogan joins thousands in first prayers at Hagia Sophia
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Erdogan joins thousands as Istanbul's Hagia Sophia opens as mosque againISTANBUL — Turkey’s President Tayyip Erdogan joined thousands of worshippers at Hagia Sophia on Friday for the first prayers there since he declared the..
Thousands protest against Kremlin in Russian far east for third weekendMOSCOW (Reuters) - Thousands of people marched in the Russian far eastern city of Khabarovsk on Saturday for the third weekend in a row, protesting at President..
Russia satellite: Kremlin accuses US and UK of 'distorting' truthMoscow insists US and UK accusations that Russia has tested anti-satellite weaponry are "distorted".
Chechens demonstrate over 'Kremlin-backed' killing of activist in Vienna
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Who Will Replace Putin
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Turkish parliament approves social media law with new powersTurkey’s parliament has approved a law that gives authorities greater power to regulate social media despite growing concerns over censorship. The law requires..
Turkey's MPs vote to tighten grip on social mediaTwitter, Facebook, and YouTube will now need to comply with requests to remove content.
Blast in Syrian market town near Turkish border kills eight peopleA bomb that exploded on Sunday morning in a vegetable market in a north Syrian border town controlled by Turkey-backed opposition fighters killed eight people..
Muslim prayers in Hagia Sophia for first time in 86 years
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Putin uses disinfection tunnels to screen guests
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Refugee tents to be replaced with homes in Syria
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Shamima Begum: Government wins permission to appeal against ruling that Isis bride should return to UKBegum to remain in Syria aas previous judgment 'stayed' until Supreme Court considers case
US Imposes Sanctions On Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's SonThe United States on Wednesday slapped sanctions on the son of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, extending efforts to block funds for the war-torn country's..
Australia won't repatriate children stuck in squalid Syrian IS camp during coronavirus pandemicForeign Minister Marise Payne says it's too risky to repatriate dozens of Australian wives and children of captured IS fighters despite pressure from the United..
Syria to build new Hagia Sophia with help from RussiaThe Syrian regime under President Bashar Al-Assad has announced that it will build a miniature replica of the Hagia Sophia, in opposition to the Turkish..
Syrian refugees grow crops from old mattresses
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