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Ibrahim el-Bakraoui (center) appears in this image provided by the Belgian Federal Police in Brussels, on March 22. Turkish authorities say they warned both Belgium and the Netherlands of his terrorist links when Turkey deported him last year. AP hide caption

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A boy plays in a puddle at a makeshift camp occupied by migrants and refugees at the Greek-Macedonian border near the village of Idomeni on Thursday. Andrej Isakovic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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This image provided by the Belgian Federal Police shows a man at Belgium's Zaventem airport whom officials have identified as Ibrahim el Bakraoui. A Belgian prosecutor named him as a suspected suicide bomber in Tuesday's attack on the airport. AP hide caption

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A plainclothes police officer kicks a demonstrator as Turkish anti-riot police disperse supporters in front of the headquarters of the Turkish daily Zaman newspaper in Istanbul on March 5. Turkish authorities seized the headquarters in a midnight raid. Ozan Kose/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Amid Crackdown In Turkey, Dissatisfaction With President Erdogan Grows

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A woman puts a placard at the site of a blast on Istiklal Street, a major shopping and tourist district, in central Istanbul, on Saturday. The sign reads in Turkish, "We are not afraid, we are here, we won't adjust," according to an AFP translation. Bulent Kilic/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan talks at a ceremony Friday commemorating the 101st anniversary of the Battle of Gallipoli in Canakkale, Turkey, Friday. Turkey and the European Union annouced an agreement Friday to deal with Syrian refugees. But Turkey-EU relations have been strained on a number of issues. Kayan Ozer/AP hide caption

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French President Francois Hollande (center right) shakes hands with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, (center left) before a meeting during an EU summit in Brussels on Friday. Stephane de Sakutin /AP hide caption

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Family members and friends carry the Turkish flag-draped coffin of Murat Gul, 20, a security agent killed in Sunday's explosion, during his funeral procession in Ankara, Turkey. Burhan Ozbilici/AP hide caption

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European Council President Donald Tusk (front center) shakes hands with Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu (front row, second from left) during a group photo at an EU summit Monday in Brussels. Francois Walschaerts/AP hide caption

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A wounded Syrian man is carried to a hospital in Kilis, Turkey, just across the border from Syria, last month. The protests against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad began five years ago this month, evolving into a multi-sided civil war. Halit Onur Sandal/AP hide caption

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5 Years On, Syria's Moderate Rebels Are Exhausted And Sidelined

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