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The Bermuda Luxury Market Experiences A Growing Demand From International Property Buyers

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Luxury real estate properties such as homes and condos have been remarkably strong in 2011 that there continues to be a demand from wealthy international buyers who wish to acquire multi-million dollar real estate within the most superb areas possible.
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The death toll in Turkey proceeds and there are fears of aftershocks and freezing

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Death toll raised to 459 from the earthquake that hit Turkey last Sunday, while the number of injured rises to 1,352, as stated the Emergency and Disaster Management . However, the Turkish government has refused the help of the European Union stating that the work can affect coordination, a version that contrasts with the operators working to search the rubble for people who say they work with tools " primitive "and that help is needed.
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Turkey accepts the help offered by Israel after the earthquake

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The Turkish Government has accepted the help offered by Israel in response to Sunday's earthquake that caused over 400 deaths, although the two countries have reduced their diplomatic relations by the Israeli military assault on the Freedom Flotilla May last year.
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Turkey announces new sanctions against the Syrian regime

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Although the Security Council has approved the UN sanctions today against the Syrian regime Turkey, former ally of Syria, they will do on your own. The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the announced next weekend when they visit in the east of the country to 7,000 refugees that Turkey welcomes Syria.
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Israel sent fighter jets after a Turkish research vessel, according to a report

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The Israel Defense Forces (IDF) sent fighter jets after a seismic research vessel in the eastern Mediterranean, according to a report published by Turkish media on Friday.
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Turkey in the center of politics in the Middle East

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Erdogan's triumphal tour through Egypt, Tunisia and Libya, presenting Turkey as role model and a reliable ally, followed by the interview with Obama in New York, where the latter has requested your help to coordinate an orderly transition in Syria has projected an image of Turkey as an autonomous power capable of playing a central role in the region. Turkey benefited from the Arab spring, is increasing its influence in the Middle East and eastern Mediterranean, has become an indispensable partner in building bridges between the West and the Arab world.
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Mediterranean Turkey hardens positions contrary to Cyprus

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The Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, insisted today in defending the commercial interests of his country and the rights to exploit resources in the eastern Mediterranean, in a further escalation of tensions with Cyprus.
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U.S. returns to Turkey a statue of Heracles

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In 1990, a university professor noticed the similarity between a head and torso of the Greek mythological hero Heracles, exhibited at the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, and a piece with two legs, a belly and an arm, dug up ten years earlier in Perge, Turkey and exhibited in the Archaeological Museum of Antalya.
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Turkey will normalize relations with Israel if it meets their demands

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Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, said today that his country's relations with Israel will never return to normal if you do not meet the demands of Turkey for an apology and compensation for a deadly Israeli attack on a flotilla and the lifting of Israeli embargo on Gaza.
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Obama calls on Turkey to reduce its tensions with Israel

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U.S. President, Barack Obama, held a meeting with Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in which he has requested that the Executive of progress toward resolving Ankara the status of diplomatic tension with Israel living.
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