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Khashoggi fiancée seeks change in U.S. approach to killing, may visit

08 Feb 2019

ISTANBUL The fiancée of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said on Friday she would welcome a change in Donald Trump's approach to the killing, and may visit the United States in March, having previously rejected an invitation from the president. | Video

Khashoggi fiancée seeks change in U.S. approach to killing, may visit

08 Feb 2019

ISTANBUL The fiancée of murdered Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi said on Friday she would welcome a change in Donald Trump's approach to the killing, and may visit the United States in March, having previously rejected an invitation from the president. | Video

UPDATE 2-Khashoggi fiancée seeks change in U.S. approach to killing, may visit

08 Feb 2019

* Ankara says concerned about Saudi lack of transparency (Recasts with comments from Khashoggi fiancée, background)

Turkish banks have been unable to recoup bad loans from state fund since August -sources

06 Feb 2019

ISTANBUL/ANKARA, Feb 5 Turkish banks have not been receiving compensation since August for non-performing loans made to companies covered by guarantees from the state Credit Guarantee Fund (KGF), five sources familiar with the matter said.

As economy sours, Erdogan's party could lose grip on big cities in local polls

15 Jan 2019

ANKARA After a decade and a half in power and an economic boom gone sour, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan's AK Party could lose control of some large cities in local elections on March 31.

Turkey's Erdogan rebukes Trump's top security adviser over Kurds in Syria

08 Jan 2019

ANKARA Turkey's President Tayyip Erdogan rebuked Washington's national security adviser on Tuesday for demanding that his country not attack Kurdish fighters in Syria, accusing him of complicating President Donald Trump's plan to withdraw U.S. troops. | Video

Syrian surprise: How Trump's phone call changed the war

28 Dec 2018

ANKARA/WASHINGTON President Donald Trump's declaration in a phone call with Tayyip Erdogan that he was pulling U.S. troops from Syria has stunned Turkey and left it scrambling to respond to the changing battlefield on its southern border. | Video

Turkey calls for justice for Khashoggi killing under international law

10 Dec 2018

ANKARA Turkey said on Monday the world should seek justice for slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi under international law after Riyadh ruled out extraditing two senior Saudi officials who Turkish officials suspect planned his killing in Istanbul.

Turkey calls for justice for Khashoggi killing under international law

10 Dec 2018

ANKARA Turkey said on Monday the world should seek justice for slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi under international law after Riyadh ruled out extraditing two senior Saudi officials who Turkish officials suspect planned his killing in Istanbul.

Turkey calls for justice for Khashoggi killing under international law

10 Dec 2018

ANKARA Turkey said on Monday the world should seek justice for slain Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi under international law after Riyadh ruled out extraditing two senior Saudi officials who Turkish officials suspect planned his killing in Istanbul.

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