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Pressure mounts on Turkish government over failure to prevent Ankara attacks
Turkey’s President Erdogan praises ‘clean’ legal process against opponents facing arrest
Turkish women not amused by deputy PM's no-laughter lecture
Turkey expels critical foreign journalist: newspaper
Syria opposition ready to attend peace talks, with conditions
Syria opposition to consider peace talks
Li hoping coach continues partnership
Azarenka edges nearer top spot after cliffhanger

Victoria Azarenka had to draw on all her reserves by saving two match points in a heroic three-hour six-minute tussle with Angelique Kerber in the WTA Championships.

18 Jul 2018 - 5:27PM

Victoria Azarenka had to draw on all her reserves by saving two match points in a heroic three-hour six-minute tussle with Angelique Kerber in the WTA Championships.

Azarenka edges nearer top spot after cliffhanger
Uneasy calm settles over Taksim Square after night of violence
Russia’s Putin to meet Turkey’s Erdogan for Syria talks
Top US diplomat John Kerry urges Israel and Turkey to re-establish ties

A reconciliation between Israel and Turkey could improve regional co-ordination to contain spillover from the Syrian civil war, and ease Israel's diplomatic isolation in the Middle East as it faces the challenge of Iran's nuclear programme.

8 Apr 2013 - 5:59AM

A reconciliation between Israel and Turkey could improve regional co-ordination to contain spillover from the Syrian civil war, and ease Israel's diplomatic isolation in the Middle East as it faces the challenge of Iran's nuclear programme.

Top US diplomat John Kerry urges Israel and Turkey to re-establish ties
Turkey police storm protest square in new clashes
Turkish police arrest eight in graft investigation
Turkey protesters clash with police in tenth day of unrest

The new clashes raised pressure on Erdogan’s Islamic-rooted conservative government after he ordered an end to the protests, which have thrown up the fiercest challenge to his decade of rule.

9 Jun 2013 - 6:25PM

The new clashes raised pressure on Erdogan’s Islamic-rooted conservative government after he ordered an end to the protests, which have thrown up the fiercest challenge to his decade of rule.

Turkey protesters clash with police in tenth day of unrest
Kurdish rebels abduct 3 Chinese in southeast Turkey