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A Summer Of Terrorism Points To The Limits Of Counterterrorism

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U.S. Considers Turkey's Role In Fighting ISIS After Coup Attempt

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Turkish Government Comes Down Hard On Academics After Failed Coup

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Fear Grips Turkey Amid Government Crackdown After Failed Coup

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Video screens Wednesday night in Istanbul's Taksim Square show President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as he announced a three-month state of emergency following last Friday's failed coup. Chris McGrath/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey Begins 3-Month State Of Emergency Amid Ongoing Crackdown

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Turkish Government Declares 3 Month State Of Emergency

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'The Battle For Home' Traces Syria's History Through Architecture

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Hizmet Movement Accused Of Influencing Coup Attempt In Turkey

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Secretary Of State John Kerry To Host Conference On Fighting ISIS

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Days After Failed Coup, Turkey's Epic Crackdown Persists

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Secretary of State John Kerry talks with Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif in Vienna on Jan. 16, after the International Atomic Energy Agency verified that Iran met all conditions under the nuclear deal. The accord is now one-year-old. Iran is seen as abiding by the requirements of the deal, but its relations with the U.S. and other rivals have not improved on other fronts. Kevin Lamarque/AP hide caption

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Islamic Scholar In Pennsylvania Denies He's Behind Failed Coup In Turkey

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