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Akar in new anti-Greek tantrum

Ekathimerini 03 Feb 2023
Once again he reiterated the Turkish claim that Greece “is violating treaties by militarizing its islands with demilitarized status,” during a visit to eastern Turkey ... In an interview with state television network TRT, the Turkish president attacked Greece, claiming it is being provocative and violating Turkey’s naval space.
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Brendan Fraser makes a weighty argument for an Oscar: BRIAN VINER reviews The Whale

The Daily Mail 03 Feb 2023
The Whale (15, 117 minutes). Verdict. Unconventional love story. Rating. ***. Knock At The Cabin (15, 100 minutes). Verdict. Utter hokum. Rating. ** ... He can be heard over Zoom, but not seen. BRIAN VINER ... In this movie he has given himself a Hitchcock-style cameo role, selling fried chicken on television . . but perhaps he should have chosen turkey instead ... *** ... .
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Turkey summons Western envoys in consulate closure row

Urdu Point 02 Feb 2023
Turkey on Thursday summoned the ambassadors and top envoys of nine Western powers to condemn the mass closure of European consulates in Istanbul due to security concerns ... "They are waging psychological war against Turkey," Soylu told NTV television. "They are trying to destabilise Turkey."
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Erdogan: Sweden can’t join NATO if Quran-burning is allowed

Wtop 02 Feb 2023
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed Wednesday that Turkey won’t allow Sweden to join the NATO military alliance as long as the Scandinavian country permits protests desecrating Islam’s holy book to take place ... All NATO members except Turkey and Hungary have ratified their accession, but unanimity is required.
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Bulgaria’s president calls nation’s 5th election in 2 years

The Associated Press 02 Feb 2023
ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed Wednesday that Turkey won’t allow Sweden to join the NATO military alliance as long as the Scandinavian country permits protests desecrating Islam’s holy book to take place ... All NATO members except Turkey and Hungary have ratified their accession, but unanimity is required.
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Koran burning obstacle to Swedish NATO membership

Taipei Times 02 Feb 2023
turkey’s ultimatum ... Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday said that Turkey would not allow Sweden to join the NATO military alliance as long as the Scandinavian country permits protests that desecrate Islam’s holy book ... All NATO members except Turkey and Hungary have ratified their accession, but unanimity is required.
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Turkey Expects to Supply Black Sea Gas to National System in 2023 - Erdogan

Urdu Point 02 Feb 2023
God willing, in the first quarter of 2023," Erdogan told the Turkish Radio and Television Corporation (TRT) on Wednesday. In 2020, Turkey discovered a large Black Sea gas field, ...
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Chattanooga listed among top travel destinations in the world for 2023 by Forbes magazine

Chatanooga Times Free Press 01 Feb 2023
Across the globe, the Forbes list includes such worldwide destinations as Botswana, the Canary Islands, Spain and Izmir, Turkey. The Forbes recognition of Chattanooga this year comes as two network television shows are also highlighting Chattanooga as a travel destination ... Contact Dave Flessner at dflessner@timesfreepress.com or 423-757-6340. .
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Erdogan: Finland may join NATO without Sweden

The Manila Times 30 Jan 2023
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said for the first time on Sunday that Ankara could accept Finland into the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) without its Nordic neighbor Sweden. Erdogan's comments during a televised meeting with younger voters came days after Turkey suspended NATO accession talks with the two countries.
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Strong quake rattles Greek island of Rhodes, Turkish coast

San Francisco Chronicle 25 Jan 2023
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries in Turkey either, although the earthquake caused panic in Mugla province, HaberTurk television said, with residents rushing out of buildings ... Greece and Turkey lie in a highly seismically active region.
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Powerful 5.9-magnitude earthquake rattles holiday islands of Rhodes, Cyprus and Crete

The Daily Mail 25 Jan 2023
There were no immediate reports of damage or injuries in Turkey either, although the earthquake caused panic in Mugla province, HaberTurk television said, with residents rushing out of buildings ... Greece and Turkey lie in a highly seismically active region.
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Jordan MP says actor should lose citizenship over film

The New Arab 25 Jan 2023
It has received criticism for allegedly portraying Jordan in a negative light ... Abu Yahya said Jordanian filmmakers should avoid social realism and instead take inspiration from Turkey's cinema and television productions, which often glorify their country's history and promote tourism ... ....
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Turkish DM Akar at the premiere new tv series presenting the "good Turks" and the "bad Greeks"

Greek City Times 24 Jan 2023
And the "bad guys" who threaten Turkey are, of course, Greeks who collaborate with Kurdish "terrorists"! ... In 2016, the series "My Homeland and You", an ambitious television production that recounts the events of the Asia Minor Disaster of 1922, but from Turkey's genocidal perspective.
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Turkey urges Biden administration to be 'decisive' over F-16 deal as Congress objects

Reuters 19 Jan 2023
WASHINGTON, Jan 18 (Reuters) - Turkey on Wednesday urged the Biden administration to be decisive in its bid to sell F-16 warplanes to Turkey and convince the U.S ... Secretary of State Antony Blinken that Turkey dropping its objections to Sweden and Finland joining NATO should not be a precondition for the F-16 sale.

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