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Turkey: 'Syria is behind the attack'

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The Turkish authorities are investigating whether the attack in Gaziantep is 'false flag'
Political Turkish Justice and Development Party, led by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, suggest that the Syrian secret services were behind the attack on Monday claimed nine lives in the town of Gaziantep, near the border and military outpost
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2,500 Syrians crossed the Turkish border yesterday

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About 2,500 Syrians crossed the Turkish border yesterday, the country in which they are already more than 70,000 refugees
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The body of the deceased Japanese journalist in Syria arrives in Turkey

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The body of the Japanese journalist Nika Yamamoto, who died Monday while covering fighting in the Syrian city of Aleppo for a small agency Japan, Japan Press, arrived Tuesday in Turkey, where it will undergo an autopsy before being transferred Japan, the agency said Anatolia.
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Coca-Cola apologizes after delete Greece and Turkey to the Olympic map

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A marketing campaign for a huge event like the Olympics requires many months of preparation, all thought, is reviewed, evaluated and over again until it goes ahead. Therefore, it is very strange that absurd mistake Coke made ​​in London in 2012 and by just apologizing: deleted several countries of world maps made ​​by the entire Olympic area, including Greece and Turkey .
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Car bomb kills eight people

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The car bomb near a police station on the Turkish-Syrian border, detonated by remote ignition. Eight people died, about 60 to go into hospital. Suspected for the attack is the PKK. The Turkish government accused the Syrian army to supply the militia with weapons.
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Obama to Assad: U.S. will act if used chemical weapons

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U.S. President Barack Obama warned the Syrian leader, Bashar al-Assad, that the use or deployment of chemical or biological weapons against insurgents that Washington could consider a military response.
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Syria: a Japanese journalist killed in clashes

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The Japanese journalist Mika Yamamoto died in the city of Aleppo, in northern Syria, while covering clashes between rebel groups and forces loyal to the regime of Bashar al Asadd.
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Turkey can only accommodate 100,000 refugees camps in Syria

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If the number of Syrian refugees in Turkey sobrepasase 100,000, there would be more space and camps should be established under United Nations protection within the territory of Syria , said today the Turkish Foreign Minister, Ahmet Davutoglu.
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At least 8 killed in Turkey by a car bomb near a police station

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At least eight people have been killed and 64 wounded Monday in a car bomb attack on a police station in Gaziantep Province in southeastern Turkey reported its governor, Erdal Ata.
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United States and Turkey make plans for the post-Bashar al-Assad

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United States and Turkey want to boost plans for Syria after the fall of the regime of Bashar al-Assad said yesterday in Istanbul by Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her Turkish counterpart Ahmet Davutoglu, who also warned of the escalating crisis humanitarian. "No one can say when the regime falls, but the day," Clinton said at a joint press conference in Istanbul.
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