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A man holds up the latest copy of Turkey's opposition Cumhuriyet newspaper outside its headquarters after Turkish police reportedly detained the chief editor and at least eight of its senior staff on Monday. Emrah Gurel/AP hide caption

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The debit card the European Union is funding for 1 million Syrian refugees in Turkey, shown in a mock-up, would provide about $30 per person per month to each family member. The idea is to help the refugees in Turkey and keep them from going to countries in Europe. Gokce Saracoglu for NPR hide caption

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Europe's Aid Plan For Syrian Refugees: A Million Debit Cards

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Turks line up outside the Istanbul governor's office, one of the "crisis management centers" set up for those who believe they were wrongly suspended, fired or arrested following the July 15 coup attempt. Gokce Saracoglu for NPR hide caption

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Victims Of Turkey's Post-Coup Purge Invited To Prove Their Innocence

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Pro-government supporters in Ankara wave Turkish flags and hold signs showing Fethullah Gulen on July 20. The sign says "The coup nation traitor, FETO." FETO stands for "Fethullah Terrorist Organization." Hussein Malla/AP hide caption

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In Turkey, The Man To Blame For Most Everything Is A U.S.-Based Cleric

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Vice President Biden and Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim hold a news conference after meeting Aug. 24 in Ankara, Turkey. While the U.S. and Turkey are close allies, they've been at odds on a number of issues, and the meeting was designed to improve the atmosphere. Adem Altan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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In A Time Of Middle East Conflict, What's The Role Of U.S. Diplomacy?

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Syrian refugee Taher Hamada, 34, cares for his 4-month-old daughter, Tamara, at his apartment in Gaziantep, Turkey. His lack of documents makes it difficult, if not impossible, for him to travel, and could limit the opportunities for his daughter. Nish Nalbandian hide caption

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People wait close to empty graves at a cemetery on Sunday, during the funeral for the victims of a suicide attack on a wedding party in Gaziantep, Turkey. At least 50 people were killed when a suspected suicide bomber linked to Islamic State jihadists attacked a wedding thronged with guests, officials say. Ilyas Akengin/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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People react after an explosion in Gaziantep, southeastern Turkey. Gaziantep province Gov. Ali Yerlikaya said the deadly blast, during a wedding near the border with Syria, was a terror attack. Eyyup Burun/AP hide caption

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Turkish Officials Say At Least 54 Killed, Scores Injured In Wedding Bombing

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Detained Turkish soldiers who allegedly took part in a military coup arrive with their hands bound behind their backs at the Istanbul Justice Palace on July 20, 2016, following the failed military coup attempt of July 15. Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkish authorities search outside a damaged building after an explosion in Elazig, eastern Turkey, on Thursday. Two car bombings targeted police stations in Turkey, killing a number of people and wounding hundreds, officials said. Sahismail Gezici/DHA/AP hide caption

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Turkish special force police officers stand guard next to a banner picturing the late Mustafa Kemal Ataturk (left) and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan as people wave Turkish national flags during a rally this week in Istanbul against the failed July 15 coup. Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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After Failed Coup, Some Turks Call For Reinstating The Death Penalty

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