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BBC: Turkey’s underground city of 20,000 people

More than 85m beneath the famous fairy chimneys of Cappadocia lies a massive subterranean city that was in near-constant use for thousands...

VOA: Ukrainian Grain Shipment Clears Inspection in Turkey

The first cargo ship carrying grain exports from Ukraine since Russia launched its invasion in late February cleared inspection Wednesday in Istanbul...

VOA: Turkey to Go Ahead with Russian Weapons Purchases Despite US Objections

Turkey is threatening to go ahead with Russian military purchases despite warnings from Washington.  The threat comes as the impasse between the...

CNN: Inside Turkey’s incredible underground city

It's a landscape that looks almost alien. Soft tufa rock -- spewed from volcanoes millennia ago to create a series of ethereal...

VOA: Turkey Hits Twitter, Pinterest with Advertising Bans

Turkey imposed advertising bans Tuesday on Twitter, Periscope and Pinterest for not complying with a new law requiring social media companies to...

VOA: Turkey Poised for Reset in Relations With Israel

Relations between Israel and Turkey could be on the verge of a breakthrough, with a Turkish presidential adviser confirming bilateral talks and...

Reuters: EU to discuss arms exports to Turkey with NATO and U.S., Merkel says

BRUSSELS (Reuters) - EU leaders plan to discuss arm exports to Turkey with NATO allies and Washington, German Chancellor Angela Merkel said...

VOA: Quake Toll Rises to 116 in Turkey; Rescuers Finish Searches

The death toll in last week's Aegean Sea earthquake rose to 116 on Wednesday as rescuers in the Turkish city of Izmir...

NPR: ‘Our Miracle’: Girl Survives 4 Days In Quake Rubble, Cheering Turkey

Turkish rescue crews found a bright spot of joy amid devastation on Tuesday, pulling a little girl out of a collapsed apartment...

BBC: Hagia Sophia: Turkey turns iconic Istanbul museum into mosque

The world-famous Hagia Sophia museum in Istanbul - originally founded as a cathedral - has been turned back into a mosque.
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