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How Eurovision helps define Europe's boundaries (and why Ukraine will likely win)

Independent Online 14 May 2022
While Turkey had multiple reasons for leaving, the head of Turkish Radio and Television objected specifically to the prominence of queer performers like Austria's Conchita Wurst, who won in 2014 with "Rise like a Phoenix" as a gay bearded drag queen ... Turkey's victory in 2003 came at the height of that country's campaign to join the European Union.
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Scottish folk band to perform

The Daily Star 13 May 2022
They regularly tour Scotland, the U.S., Canada, Germany, Austria, Estonia, Turkey and other ... The band recorded for Chinese television with an estimated audience of 800 million; played in Istanbul, Turkey, for the British Consulate; and performed at Scotland’s Rosslyn Chapel.
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Cheers & Jeers

Herald-Standard 13 May 2022
Cheers. A new acting troupe has taken root in Greene County ... Cheers ... Cheers ... Jeers ... They contend he would somehow be disloyal to the United States if he became a senator because he holds dual citizenship in Turkey. Some television ads have attacked Oz on that point, and have prominently displayed the star and crescent, which is associated with Islam ... ....
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Hits and Misses

Observer-Reporter 13 May 2022
None of those households will have to pay more than $30 per month ... They contend he would somehow be disloyal to the United States if he became a senator because he holds dual citizenship in Turkey. Some television ads have attacked Oz on that point, and have prominently displayed the star and crescent, which is associated with Islam ... ....
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Trump was wrong to endorse Dr. Oz; vote for Kathy Barnette | Opinion

Penn Live 11 May 2022
By Dr. Lawrence Sellin ... Mehmet Cengiz Öz, known on television as Dr. Oz, holds dual citizenship, maintaining allegiance to Turkey ... Oz praised Dr ... According to a 2014 study in the peer-reviewed British Medical Journal analyzing 40 randomly selected episodes from Oz’s television show, his health recommendations were based on evidence just 46% of the time.
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The West approves Turkey's operation against the Kurds but condemns Russia's special operation in Ukraine

Sott 09 May 2022
On 19 April, Alsumaria television channel reported that the spokesperson for the Iraqi Ministry of Foreign Affairs described the Turkey's military operation in northern Iraq as unacceptable and ...
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Hamas Eyes Malaysia as a Possible Operations Base

The Algemeiner 09 May 2022
Turkey has in recent months deported ... Earlier this month, Al Mekalemeen, a Muslim Brotherhood-affiliated television station, said it was shutting down its operations in Turkey “due to circumstances that everyone knows about.” Al Mekalemeen did not specify the circumstances.
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Trump ally slams Pompeo over criticism of Oz

The Hill 09 May 2022
Richard Grenell, a staunch ally of former President Trump, criticized former Secretary of State Mike Pompeo on Monday for his remarks airing concerns about Mehmet Oz, the Pennsylvania Senate candidate backed by Trump. Pompeo criticized television’s Dr. Oz over his Turkish citizenship, accusing him of having ties to Turkey’s government ... .
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Dr. Oz's vote in 2018 Turkish election renews criticism

Democratic Underground 06 May 2022
Senate, the television star has largely shied away from discussing his ties to Turkey, where he maintains citizenship, and dismissed criticism from political opponents that he harbors any so-called "dual loyalties." ... Turkey in any capacity.".
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'Walking through Europe's door, singing' – How Eurovision helps define Europe's boundaries (and why Ukraine ...

Billings Gazette 05 May 2022
While Turkey had multiple reasons for leaving, the head of Turkish Radio and Television objected specifically to the prominence of queer performers like Austria’s Conchita Wurst, who won in 2014 with “Rise like a Phoenix” as a gay bearded drag queen ... Turkey’s victory in 2003 came at the height of that country’s campaign to join the European Union.
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Turkey: “Mitsotakis goes to the US to exclude us from the F-16”, says analyst

Greek City Times 04 May 2022
After claiming that “Greece is the number one threat to Turkey,” analyst and retired lieutenant colonel Erdoğan Karakuş, struck again by provocatively claiming that “[Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos] Mitsotakis is going to the US to exclude Turkey from F-16’s.” ... Turkey ... Previous Article Turkey ... Turkey.
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Mitsotakis’ upcoming trip to Washington causes irritation in Turkey

Greek City Times 02 May 2022
The Greek Prime Minister’s speech to the Congress on May 17, at the invitation of the Speaker of the House of Representatives Nancy Pelosi, is what bothers Turkey as it believes that it will create obstacles in the attempt to get the coveted “OK” from the US legislature for the approval of the supply of F-16 fighter jets.
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Ankara-Cairo detente sees anti-Sisi TV channel quit Turkey

The New Arab 30 Apr 2022
“In order to protect the channel’s ability to report freely, management has taken the decision to move its studios outside of Turkey,” read a statement from the television channel ... The source added that Cairo fears Ankara may use Turkey-based Egyptian opposition outlets to influence events in Egypt if bilateral relations were to sour again.
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Egyptian TV channel pulls out of Turkey, signalling end of base for Egypt opposition

Middle East Monitor 30 Apr 2022
An Egyptian opposition television channel has announced that it is pulling out from its offices in Turkey, as Ankara and Cairo continue to move towards ...
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EXPLAINER: Why are foes Turkey and Saudi Arabia fixing ties?

Info News 29 Apr 2022
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The killing by Saudi agents of columnist Jamal Khashoggi inside the kingdom's consulate in Istanbul turned an already tense and shaky relationship between Turkey and Saudi Arabia into complete free-fall ... WHAT'S BEHIND TURKEY'S DIPLOMATIC PIVOT? ... Turkey has also taken steps to improve relations with Egypt and Israel.

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