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ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s president has told his German counterpart in a telephone call that Turkey does not have the capacity to deal with a possible new refugee wave from Afghanistan. According to a statement from President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s office, the Turkish leader also told German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier Tuesday that Germany and

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey’s foreign minister says his country is working with the U.N.’s refugee agency to repatriate Syrians to their home country. The comments are at odds, however, with the U.N. agency’s overall policy towards returning migrants to Syria, which it still considers too dangerous. Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Sunday that “we

ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkish officials say an attack on Turkish troops in Syria’s northwestern Idlib province has left two soldiers dead and three others wounded. The assault Saturday happened following a search and screening operation in the Idlib de-escalation zone. Turkey identified the dead soldiers as infantry non-commissioned officers. Idlib is the last major rebel

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The withdrawal of a book from Greek Cypriot high school classes over a disputed reference to modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk has triggered a war of words between Turkey and the ethnically-split island nation’s education ministry. The Greek Cypriot Education Ministry this week pulled the book used to teach Grade

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey’s defense minister says the country will never accept Greek moves to extend its territorial waters in the Aegean sea, dismissing any possible effort by Athens as “empty dreams.” Addressing a symposium on Turkish-Greek relations on Thursday, Hulusi Akar said Turkey was determined to press ahead with efforts to search for

ISTANBUL (AP) — East Mediterranean rivals Turkey and Egypt say they have agreed to further talks aimed at stabilizing relations after the end of a second round of negotiations. After a two-day meeting in Ankara on Wednesday, government officials agreed to extend consultations “confirming (the mutual) desire to make progress in areas under discussion and