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Ansarullah

Ansarullah

A Zaidi Shiite movement operating in Yemen. It seeks to establish a democratic government in Yemen.
Shiite

Shiite

represents the second largest denomination of Islam. Shiites believe Ali (peace be upon him) to be prophet"s successor in the Caliphate.
Resistance

Resistance

Axis of Resistances refers to countries and movements with common political goal, i.e., resisting against Zionist regime, America and other western powers. Iran, Syria, Hezbollah in Lebanon, and Hamas in Palestine are considered as the Axis of Resistance.
Persian Gulf Cooperation Council

Persian Gulf Cooperation Council

A regional political u n i o n consisting of Arab states of the Persian Gulf, except for Iraq.
Taliban

Taliban

Taliban is a Sunni fundamentalist movement in Afghanistan. It was founded by Mohammed Omar in 1994.
  Wahhabism & Extremism

Wahhabism & Extremism

Wahhabism is an extremist pseudo-Sunni movement, which labels non-Wahhabi Muslims as apostates thus paving the way for their bloodshed.
Kurds

Kurds

Kurds are an ethnic group in the Middle East, mostly inhabiting a region, which spans adjacent parts of Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey. They are an Iranian people and speak the Kurdish languages, which form a subgroup of the Northwestern Iranian branch of Iranian languages.
NATO

NATO

The North Atlantic Treaty Organization is an intergovernmental military alliance based on the North Atlantic Treaty which was signed on 4 April 1949.
Islamic Awakening

Islamic Awakening

Refers to a revival of the Islam throughout the world, that began in 1979 by Iranian Revolution that established an Islamic republic.
Al-Qaeda

Al-Qaeda

A militant Sunni organization founded by Osama bin Laden at some point between 1988 and 1989
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Turkish Fighter Jests Bomb Northern Iraq
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Turkish Fighter Jests Bomb Northern Iraq

Sunday 21 November 2021
Turkish military has launched heavy airstrikes on a village in the northern Iraqi semi-autonomous Kurdistan Region.
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Turkish Lira in Historic 15% Crash after Erdogan Stokes Fire Sale
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Turkish Lira in Historic 15% Crash after Erdogan Stokes Fire Sale

Wednesday 24 November 2021
Turkey’s lira plunged over 15% on Tuesday after President Tayyip Erdogan defended recent rate cuts and vowed to win his "economic war of independence," despite widespread criticism and pleas to reverse course.
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Bin Zayed’s Turkey Visit: Can Erdogan Be Optimistic about Lifeline from Foe Amid Crisis?
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Bin Zayed’s Turkey Visit: Can Erdogan Be Optimistic about Lifeline from Foe Amid Crisis?

Sunday 28 November 2021
UAE ruler visited Turkey as Erdogan is struggling in power amid protests at  deteriorating economic situation. Many agree help promises by Emirates are empty.
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US Sends Troops to Syria’s Hasakah to Train Kurdish Militants: Turkish Media
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US Sends Troops to Syria’s Hasakah to Train Kurdish Militants: Turkish Media

Sunday 5 December 2021
The US military has dispatched its troops to the Syria’s Hasakah city of in a bid to extend military training to anti-Damascus Kurdish militants affiliated with the PKK terrorist group, Turkey’s official agency reported on Friday.
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Attempted Assassination of Turkish President Foiled
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Attempted Assassination of Turkish President Foiled

Sunday 5 December 2021
Turkish intelligence forces have foiled an assassination attempt on the life of Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Saturday evening, local media reported.
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Will Qatar Again Be Erdogan’s Rescue Angel?
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Will Qatar Again Be Erdogan’s Rescue Angel?

Thursday 9 December 2021
The Turkish leader visited aligned Persian Gulf Arab state seeking help amid unprecedented economic crisis.
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Why Has Turkey Resumed Arming Idlib Terrorists?
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Why Has Turkey Resumed Arming Idlib Terrorists?

Saturday 11 December 2021
Seeing its sway in Idlib weakening amid powers opposition to its operations in Syria, Ankara turned to more arming of proxies.
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Turkish People Take to Streets in Istanbul over Government’s Economic Policies
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Turkish People Take to Streets in Istanbul over Government’s Economic Policies

Monday 13 December 2021
Hundreds of Turkish people took to the streets in Istanbul on Sunday to protest against the government’s failed economic policies.
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Ankara-Damascus Talks: Failure of Erdogan’s Decade-Long Hostility to Syria
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Ankara-Damascus Talks: Failure of Erdogan’s Decade-Long Hostility to Syria

Monday 20 December 2021
Seeing his policy unable to meet goals in Syria and Arabs normalizing to Damascus, Erdogan shifts and thinks dialogue with Syria.
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Foreign Shoppers Flock to Turkey after Lira Fall
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Foreign Shoppers Flock to Turkey after Lira Fall

Tuesday 21 December 2021
Thousands of people from Bulgaria and the Balkans to the Turkish border province of Edirne for shopping everything from underwear to walnuts at a fraction of their cost back home, AFP reported.
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Erdogan, Struggle for Way Out of Early Election Funnel
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Erdogan, Struggle for Way Out of Early Election Funnel

Saturday 25 December 2021
The Turkish leader counters early elections demands with rejection and currency status improvement program, but the opposition seems.
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Why Is Ankara Cozying Up to Tel Aviv?
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Why Is Ankara Cozying Up to Tel Aviv?

Saturday 1 January 2022
Turkey is in critical conditions economically and politically and seeks a way out. Erdogan sees a window for than in relations with Israel.
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Turkey Inflation surges 36% amid Lira Crisis, Highest Since 2002
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Turkey Inflation surges 36% amid Lira Crisis, Highest Since 2002

Monday 3 January 2022
Turkey’s annual inflation jumped far more than expected to 36.08% year-on-year in December, the highest since September 2002, data showed on Monday reflecting a plummet in value of the lira late last year.
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Turkish-Armenian Normalization: So Close, So Far
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Turkish-Armenian Normalization: So Close, So Far

Tuesday 4 January 2022
Both Yerevan and Ankara show interest in a détente. Armenia wants to free itself from heavy military expenditures.
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Turkey Detains Journalist for Insulting President Erdogan
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Turkey Detains Journalist for Insulting President Erdogan

Monday 24 January 2022
A Turkish court ordered on Saturday well-known journalist Sedef Kabas to be jailed pending trial on a charge of insulting President Tayyip Erdogan, under a law that has seen tens of thousands prosecuted

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UN Blames Deadliest Saudi-Led Coalition Airstrike on Yemeni Capital Since 2019

UN Blames Deadliest Saudi-Led Coalition Airstrike on Yemeni Capital Since 2019