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What Might Happen To U.S.-Turkey Relations Under A President Biden

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Fighting Breaks Out In Disputed Territory Of Nagorno-Karabakh

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U.S. Sanctions, COVID-19 Deal Double Blow To Iran's Economy

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Turkey Considers Quitting Treaty On Violence Against Women

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How Turkey Ended Up Depending On Imported Food

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Turkey Holds 1st Muslim Prayers In Hagia Sophia Newly Converted Into A Mosque

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Istanbul's Byzantine-era landmark has been used as a museum since 1934 and is widely regarded as a symbol of peaceful religious coexistence. A court ruling Friday revoked its museum status. Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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Turkey Converts Istanbul's Iconic Hagia Sophia Back Into A Mosque

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Turkey's Claims For Drilling Rights In Mediterranean Sea Lead To Threats From Greece

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Turkish President May Call Elections 2 Years Before The End Of His Term

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Turkish President Keeps Pushing Forward With The Waterway Project

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Turkey Faces Currency Crisis As COVID-19 Strains Economy

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Iranians shop at the Grand Bazaar in Tehran on Monday. This week officials allowed major shopping areas to reopen, prompting a warning from Tehran's coronavirus task force. Atta Kenare/AFP via Getty Images hide caption

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