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Biden speaks in Turkey. Ouch. - American Thinker (blog);

Biden speaks in Turkey. Ouch. - American Thinker (blog)

American Thinker (blog)Biden speaks in Turkey. Ouch.American Thinker (blog)The U.S. is in a tight spot, mostly of its own making, as regards relations with post-coup attempt Turkey. And Vice President Joe Biden just made it tighter, slandering Americans in the process. U.S. forces at Turkey's Incirlik air base – which ...and more »

Where does the US and Turkey's complex relationship stand? - Jerusalem Post Israel News;

Where does the US and Turkey's complex relationship stand? - Jerusalem Post Israel News

Jerusalem Post Israel NewsWhere does the US and Turkey's complex relationship stand?Jerusalem Post Israel NewsEven before the diplomatic tensions in the aftermath of the coup, US-Turkish relations were complex and sensitive. Obama Erdogan. US President Barack Obama and President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan . (photo credit:REUTERS). ISTANBUL - The last ...and more »

Better late than never - Daily Sabah;

Better late than never - Daily Sabah

Daily SabahBetter late than neverDaily SabahPresident Recep Tayyip Erdoğan (R) hosted U.S. Vice President Joe Biden at the presidential palace in Ankara. Turkey hosted two important names from the U.S. this week - Vice President Joe Biden and Nouman Ali Khan, the founder of Bayyinah. Both visits ...and more »

Biden to Turkey: 'We're Bound by the Law' on Pennsylvania Imam Wanted in Failed Coup - NBCNews.com;

Biden to Turkey: 'We're Bound by the Law' on Pennsylvania Imam Wanted in Failed Coup - NBCNews.com

NBCNews.comBiden to Turkey: 'We're Bound by the Law' on Pennsylvania Imam Wanted in Failed CoupNBCNews.comVice President Joe Biden on Thursday resisted demands by Turkey's president to immediately detain and turn over a Pennsylvania imam suspected of plotting last month's failed military coup attempt, giving a blunt lesson on American rule of law. In a ...and more »

Turkey Concedes: No Evidence Linking Gulen to Coup Sent to Washington - Foreign Policy (blog);

Turkey Concedes: No Evidence Linking Gulen to Coup Sent to Washington - Foreign Policy (blog)

Foreign Policy (blog)Turkey Concedes: No Evidence Linking Gulen to Coup Sent to WashingtonForeign Policy (blog)Turkey is conceding it has not sent any evidence to Washington linking Fethullah Gulen to the failed July 15 coup attempt, despite increasingly angry calls by Ankara for the United States to extradite the Pennsylvania-based cleric or suffer a severe ...and more »

Will the US send a Pennsylvania man to Turkey to face charges? Q&A on cleric's case - PennLive.com;

Will the US send a Pennsylvania man to Turkey to face charges? Q&A on cleric's case - PennLive.com

PennLive.comWill the US send a Pennsylvania man to Turkey to face charges? Q&A on cleric's casePennLive.comTurkish cleric Fethullah Gulen resides on a 26-acre compound, called the Golden Generation Worship & Retreat Center, in Saylorsburg, Pa. Chris Mautner | [email protected] Print Email · The Associated Press By The Associated Press The ...and more »

Biden Gushes to Erdoğan That American People 'Stand in Awe' of Turkish 'Courage' - PJ Media

Biden Gushes to Erdoğan That American People 'Stand in Awe' of Turkish 'Courage'PJ MediaVice President Joe Biden and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan shake hands after a meeting in Ankara, Turkey, on Aug. 24, 2016. (Kayhan Ozer, Presidential Press Service Pool via AP). Standing at the side of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan ...and more »

Don't lose the plot - The Economist;

Don't lose the plot - The Economist

The EconomistDon't lose the plotThe EconomistIT IS hard to dissuade people from believing conspiracy theories, especially when there really has been a conspiracy. The attempted coup in Turkey on July 15th involved thousands of members of the armed forces. Encouraged by their government, many ...and more »

Al-Malarkey - The Economist;

Al-Malarkey - The Economist

The EconomistAl-MalarkeyThe EconomistTHE presidential palace in Ankara is a 1,150-room modern fortress of stone pillars and sheet glass, completed for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in 2015 at an official cost of $615m. For Mr Erdogan's supporters, it is an emblem of Turkey's energy and will.and more »

World View: North Korea Lays Land Mines to Prevent Soldiers from Defecting - Breitbart News;

World View: North Korea Lays Land Mines to Prevent Soldiers from Defecting - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsWorld View: North Korea Lays Land Mines to Prevent Soldiers from DefectingBreitbart NewsUS Vice President Joseph Biden met on Wednesday in Ankara with Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan, in an attempt to reverse the rapidly growing anti-American sentiments that have been surging in Turkey following the July 15 coup. Sitting next to ...and more »

Erdogan: US Has 'No Excuse' Not to Extradite Fethullah Gulen - Breitbart News;

Erdogan: US Has 'No Excuse' Not to Extradite Fethullah Gulen - Breitbart News

Breitbart NewsErdogan: US Has 'No Excuse' Not to Extradite Fethullah GulenBreitbart NewsTurkey's demand for the extradition of cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom it has denounced as the terrorist mastermind behind July's thwarted coup attempt, is generating considerable tension with the U.S. government. Even as Vice President Joe Biden arrived ...and more »

Will Egypt offer asylum to Gulen? - Al-Monitor;

Will Egypt offer asylum to Gulen? - Al-Monitor

Al-MonitorWill Egypt offer asylum to Gulen?Al-MonitorEgyptian politicians and media figures are calling on their government to grant political asylum to Fethullah Gulen and supporters of the Gulen movement. Summary⎙ Print If the United States ever agrees to extradite Fethullah Gulen to Turkey, he has ...and more »

Biden Met by Snubs as He Seeks to Mollify Turkey's Angry Erdogan - Bloomberg;

Biden Met by Snubs as He Seeks to Mollify Turkey's Angry Erdogan - Bloomberg

BloombergBiden Met by Snubs as He Seeks to Mollify Turkey's Angry ErdoganBloombergFrom the minute he stepped off the plane on Wednesday, U.S. Vice President Joe Biden's trip to Turkey seemed ill-fated. Intended to smooth relations frayed by last month's botched coup, Biden's visit instead showcased acrimony with Turkish President ...and more »

Biden: US Will Listen to 'Every Scrap of Evidence' in Gulen Extradition Request - Voice of America;

Biden: US Will Listen to 'Every Scrap of Evidence' in Gulen Extradition Request - Voice of America

Voice of AmericaBiden: US Will Listen to 'Every Scrap of Evidence' in Gulen Extradition RequestVoice of AmericaThe United States held firm Wednesday in rebuffing Turkey's demand that it immediately extradite Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen whom Ankara blames for last month's failed military coup, saying it has yet to receive any evidence linking him to the putsch.and more »

Joe Biden In Turkey: VP Tells Erdogan US Had No Prior Knowledge Of Turkish Coup - The Inquisitr;

Joe Biden In Turkey: VP Tells Erdogan US Had No Prior Knowledge Of Turkish Coup - The Inquisitr

The InquisitrJoe Biden In Turkey: VP Tells Erdogan US Had No Prior Knowledge Of Turkish CoupThe InquisitrVice President Joe Biden appeared in Turkey on Wednesday to reaffirm that the United States of America had no prior knowledge of the Turkish coup by the military and to also explain the slow walk of the American legal process in delivering the nemesis ...and more »

Biden reassures Erdogan but Turkey-US tensions persist over Gulen - euronews;

Biden reassures Erdogan but Turkey-US tensions persist over Gulen - euronews

euronewsBiden reassures Erdogan but Turkey-US tensions persist over GuleneuronewsPresident Erdogan has received an apology from US vice president for not visiting Turkey earlier after the failed coup attempt. Joe Biden offered Ankara Washington's “absolute and unwavering” support. But he said only the courts not the US government ...and more »

US reviewing Turkey's evidence on Gulen, White House says - NRT;

US reviewing Turkey's evidence on Gulen, White House says - NRT

NRTUS reviewing Turkey's evidence on Gulen, White House saysNRTWASHINGTON — U.S. officials are reviewing evidence that Turkey has provided about Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, who has been blamed by Turkey for a failed coup there in July, the White House said on Wednesday (August 24). Ankara has demanded ...and more »

US seeks to placate Erdogan on extraditing cleric accused in coup - FRANCE 24;

US seeks to placate Erdogan on extraditing cleric accused in coup - FRANCE 24

FRANCE 24US seeks to placate Erdogan on extraditing cleric accused in coupFRANCE 24U.S. Vice President Joe Biden sought on Wednesday to ease tensions with Turkey over its demands for extradition of a cleric it blames for July's failed coup, saying Washington was cooperating but needed evidence to meet U.S. legal standards. Demands ...and more »

Biden Says He Understands Why Turkey Angry Over Gulen - Newsmax;

Biden Says He Understands Why Turkey Angry Over Gulen - Newsmax

NewsmaxBiden Says He Understands Why Turkey Angry Over GulenNewsmaxUS Vice President Joe Biden said on Wednesday that he understood the "intense feeling" in Turkey over the US-based preacher Fethullah Gulen whom Ankara accuses of masterminding the July 15 failed coup and wants to see extradited. Biden's one-day ...and more »

Biden seeks to ease Turkey tensions over coup suspect Gulen - Reuters;

Biden seeks to ease Turkey tensions over coup suspect Gulen - Reuters

ReutersBiden seeks to ease Turkey tensions over coup suspect GulenReutersTurkish President Tayyip Erdogan (R) meets with U.S. Vice President Joe Biden at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, Turkey, August 24, 2016. Kayhan Ozer/Presidential Palace/Handout via. 1/10. left. right. U.S. Vice President Joe Biden (3rd R) and ...and more »