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Putin, Erdogan discuss Syrian crisis before Astana talks - Kuwait News Agency;

Putin, Erdogan discuss Syrian crisis before Astana talks - Kuwait News Agency

Kuwait News AgencyPutin, Erdogan discuss Syrian crisis before Astana talksKuwait News AgencyMOSCOW, June 30 (KUNA) -- Russian and Turkish Presidents, Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan respectively, discussed Friday the settlement process of the Syrian conflict. Putin and Erdogan discussed in their phone call the Syrian crisis, which ...and more »

In Contact: Putin, Erdogan Discuss Syrian Crisis Settlement in Phone Call - Sputnik International;

In Contact: Putin, Erdogan Discuss Syrian Crisis Settlement in Phone Call - Sputnik International

Sputnik InternationalIn Contact: Putin, Erdogan Discuss Syrian Crisis Settlement in Phone CallSputnik InternationalVladimir Putin in a phone talk with Turkish President Erdogan discussed the key aspects of the Syrian crisis settlement with account for the talks in Astana. MOSCOW (Sputnik) — Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip ...and more »

Don't believe 'conspiracy theory' Germany aims to punish Turkey, says Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel - Deutsche Welle;

Don't believe 'conspiracy theory' Germany aims to punish Turkey, says Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel - Deutsche Welle

Deutsche WelleDon't believe 'conspiracy theory' Germany aims to punish Turkey, says Foreign Minister Sigmar GabrielDeutsche WelleSigmar Gabriel has justified a new law restricting foreign political campaigning in Germany. It came after another row with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, but Gabriel said Germany wasn't targeting Turkey. Sigmar Gabriel (DW/J. Chase). On the ...and more »

Putin and Erdogan discuss Syrian crisis ahead of Astana talks - TASS

Putin and Erdogan discuss Syrian crisis ahead of Astana talksTASSMOSCOW, June 30. /TASS/. Russian President Vladimir Putin and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan have held a telephone conversation discussing the Syrian crisis ahead of the upcoming international Astana meeting, the Kremlin press service ...and more »

Germany sees Turkey's Erdogan as 'important guest' at G20 summit - The Jerusalem Post

Germany sees Turkey's Erdogan as 'important guest' at G20 summitThe Jerusalem PostBERLIN - The German government on Friday sought to contain a further erosion of ties with Turkey after it banned political appearances by President Tayyip Erdogan outside the G20 summit, a move Ankara said amounted to double standards. German ...and more »

Germany rules out Erdogan event with Turkish community - Anadolu Agency;

Germany rules out Erdogan event with Turkish community - Anadolu Agency

Anadolu AgencyGermany rules out Erdogan event with Turkish communityAnadolu AgencyThe government on Friday moved to block Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from addressing a Turkish community rally during next week's planned G20 visit to Hamburg, risking further deterioration in ties with Ankara. In a communication sent to the ...and more »

German FM assured Erdoğan of G20 speech in private before backtracking - Daily Sabah;

German FM assured Erdoğan of G20 speech in private before backtracking - Daily Sabah

Daily SabahGerman FM assured Erdoğan of G20 speech in private before backtrackingDaily SabahGerman Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel reportedly did not object to President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's wish to address Turkish citizens alongside the upcoming G20 summit in Germany, during his latest Turkey visit. Early June, Gabriel held a crisis ...and more »

Germany's decision on Erdogan's rally will not remain unanswered - AzerNews;

Germany's decision on Erdogan's rally will not remain unanswered - AzerNews

AzerNewsGermany's decision on Erdogan's rally will not remain unansweredAzerNewsA new dispute between Ankara and Berlin has arisen as Germany refused to allow Turkish president to hold a rally for Turkish community in the country. This decision caused great concerns and discontent among Turkish authorities and opposition.and more »

Germany to limit foreign election rallies after Turkey spat - ABC News;

Germany to limit foreign election rallies after Turkey spat - ABC News

ABC NewsGermany to limit foreign election rallies after Turkey spatABC NewsRussian President Vladimir Putin, left, meets with German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel at the Kremlin in Moscow, Russia, Thursday, June 29, 2017. (Sergei Karpukhin/Pool Photo via AP)more +. 0 Shares. Email. Germany is clamping down on election ...and more »

Erdogan not eyeing to cancel visit to Germany (Exclusive) - Trend News Agency;

Erdogan not eyeing to cancel visit to Germany (Exclusive) - Trend News Agency

Trend News AgencyErdogan not eyeing to cancel visit to Germany (Exclusive)Trend News AgencyTurkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan does not consider cancelling his visit to Hamburg in response to Germany's decision to ban his speech before representatives of the Turkish community in the city, a source in the Turkish presidential ...and more »

Turkey: Journalist witch-hunt grows alarmingly - Green Left Weekly;

Turkey: Journalist witch-hunt grows alarmingly - Green Left Weekly

Green Left WeeklyTurkey: Journalist witch-hunt grows alarminglyGreen Left WeeklyThe media crackdown in Turkey by the regime of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has grown in the aftermath of a failed coup in July last year. Jailed reporters find themselves caught in a quagmire as they face legal limbo and deal with made-up charges, ...and more »

Turkish-German Relations Plummet with Berlin Banning Erdogan Rally in Germany - New Delhi Times;

Turkish-German Relations Plummet with Berlin Banning Erdogan Rally in Germany - New Delhi Times

New Delhi TimesTurkish-German Relations Plummet with Berlin Banning Erdogan Rally in GermanyNew Delhi TimesA new dispute between Ankara and Berlin has arisen, with the Turkish president being refused permission to hold a rally for ethnic Turks while he is attending the G20 summit next week in Germany. “We don't have the police forces available to ensure ...and more »

Erdogan to depart for G20 with 250-person delegation, wanted bodyguards excluded - Armenpress.am;

Erdogan to depart for G20 with 250-person delegation, wanted bodyguards excluded - Armenpress.am

Armenpress.amErdogan to depart for G20 with 250-person delegation, wanted bodyguards excludedArmenpress.amYEREVAN, JUNE 30, ARMENPRESS. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will head for Hamburg for the upcoming G20 summit with a 250-person delegation, Deutsche Welle reports. The delegation includes five ministers and more than 60 security ...and more »

Turkey's Erdogan, US President Donald Trump to hold phone talk on June 30 - Armenpress.am;

Turkey's Erdogan, US President Donald Trump to hold phone talk on June 30 - Armenpress.am

Armenpress.amTurkey's Erdogan, US President Donald Trump to hold phone talk on June 30Armenpress.amYEREVAN, JUNE 30, ARMENPRESS. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will hold a phone conversation with US President Donald Trump on June 30, Anadolu reports. During the phone talk the sides will discuss issues of bilateral interest.and more »

Turkey says Germany's block on Erdogan rally 'unacceptable' - Global Times

Turkey says Germany's block on Erdogan rally 'unacceptable'Global TimesSome German politicians' remarks on Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's visit to Hamburg to attend the G20 Summit are "unacceptable," Presidential Spokesperson Ibrahim Kalin said on Thursday. Ankara submitted a formal request Wednesday for ...and more »

Turkey fury as Germany blocks Erdogan rally - The Nation;

Turkey fury as Germany blocks Erdogan rally - The Nation

The NationTurkey fury as Germany blocks Erdogan rallyThe NationBerlin : Germany said Thursday it had rejected a request by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to address ethnic Turks next week in a rally on the sidelines of a G20 summit in Hamburg, sparking an angry response. The refusal adds to already frosty ...and more »

As G20 Looms, Germany Blocks Public Appearance by Turkey's Erdogan, Tells Him to Leave Indicted Bodyguards at ... - CNSNews.com;

As G20 Looms, Germany Blocks Public Appearance by Turkey's Erdogan, Tells Him to Leave Indicted Bodyguards at ... - CNSNews.com

CNSNews.comAs G20 Looms, Germany Blocks Public Appearance by Turkey's Erdogan, Tells Him to Leave Indicted Bodyguards at ...CNSNews.comBerlin (CNSNews.com) – As Germany braces for the G20 summit in Hamburg next week, the government has refused a request by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to address Turkish citizens living here, in a move that recalls tensions over ...and more »

Turkey denounces German officials opposed to Erdogan's G20 speech - India.com

Turkey denounces German officials opposed to Erdogan's G20 speechIndia.comIstanbul, June 30 (IANS) Turkey's Foreign Ministry criticized several German politicians who opposed the Turkish president's plan to hold a speech in Germany for ethnic Turks in another diplomatic spat between the two nations. President Recep Tayyip ...and more »

German gov't to prevent Erdogan from speaking to supporters during G20 summit - Xinhua

German gov't to prevent Erdogan from speaking to supporters during G20 summitXinhuaBERLIN, June 29 (Xinhua) -- German officials wanted to prevent Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan from speaking to his supporters at the sidelines of the G20 summit in Hamburg next week, the news magazine Spiegel reported on Thursday.and more »

Provocative, malevolent remarks by German politicians on Erdoğan rally unacceptable: Presidential spokesperson - Hurriyet Daily News;

Provocative, malevolent remarks by German politicians on Erdoğan rally unacceptable: Presidential spokesperson - Hurriyet Daily News

Hurriyet Daily NewsProvocative, malevolent remarks by German politicians on Erdoğan rally unacceptable: Presidential spokespersonHurriyet Daily NewsRemarks made by some German politicians over President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's potential rally in the country were unacceptable, Turkish Presidential Spokesperson İbrahim Kalın said on June 29, describing them as “provocative and malevolent.”and more »