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Attack on U.S. Embassy in Turkey: At least two dead

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InternationalThe local media reports indicate that at least two people dead, that would be security guards of the embassy, ​​and "multiple wounds" and that there were "severe damage" , without specifying what structures affected.
Nearby streets were closed and the place was full of ambulances and security forces.
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Iraq's Sunni Vice President receives the third death sentence in absentia

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InternationalThe Sunni vice president of Iraq , Tareq al-Hashemi, who is fled to Turkey , was sentenced to death for the third time in his country for terrorist offenses.
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Chavez expects no war between Turkey and Syria

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The president of Venezuela, Hugo Chavez, Sunday reelected for a third term, today reiterated its support to the Government of Syria and expressed their hope that the tension between that country and Turkey does not lead to a war.
"It is very regrettable, we are now seeing the issue eastern Turkey and bombardments, and the possibility, hopefully it does not happen, a Turkey-Syria war,"
Chavez said in a press conference when asked about the crisis in that country ."Hopefully those who have planned this and are supporting you put your hand on the heart," he exclaimed later in reference to the Western powers, which Chávez responsible for the conflict in Syria.
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The alleged murderers of U.S. Ambassador in Libya Detained in Turkey

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Two Tunisian nationals who have confessed to killing Chris Stevens after being arrested at the airport in Istanbul
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Turkey is the first time asylum law

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Nearly 30,000 asylum applications to Turkey has recorded this year. Past there was still no law on asylum. That should change now.
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Repeatedly hit missiles from Syria Kills Five in Turkey

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Repeatedly hit missiles from Syria to Turkey. After the past few weeks mortar rounds injured in Akcakale man exploded a grenade now ends deadly for five Turks. The relationship between the neighboring countries was extremely tense earlier.
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Russia urges Syria and Turkey to maintain strict confidentiality

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Moscow. - Russia today expressed concern at the escalation of tension between Syria and Turkey following the recent bombings in the border area between the two countries and urged them to be discreet.
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Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls on Russia and China to change position

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InternationalTurkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday Ankara's firm will to continue supporting armed groups opposing the Government of Syrian President Bashar al-Asad. Erdogan was speaking in Ankara, the capital, during the congress Justice and Development Party (AKP), which celebrated a decade of electoral success and the strong economic growth in Turkey.
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Syrian Foreign Minister accuses U.S., France and Turkey of supporting terrorism

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In a speech to the UN General Assembly, Mualen wondered about "the statements of Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, United States, France, that encourage and support terrorism in Syria clearly providing money, weapons and foreign fighters.
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A partition of Syria is not inevitable, but it is feared

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The risk of a partition of Syria into several entities, often evoked from the start of the internal conflict in this country, is feared by observers of the crisis, they see this as the way for future disorders, domestic and international.
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