Turkish 'terrorist cells' active in Maputo: Erdogan - eNCA

Mozambican President Filipe Nyusi (2nd R), wife Isaura Nyusi (L), Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (2nd R) anf his wife Emine Erdogan (R) posing during the Turkish president's state visit to Mozambique, in Maputo, 24 January, 2017. Photo: KAYHAN ...

Sultan of Zing: Erdogan's power trip makes African pit stop - Daily Maverick

It's the era of the world's big men beating their chests and flexing their muscles. US President Donald Trump has initiated the process to construct his great wall on the Mexican border and is to introduce “extreme vetting” for Muslims from Middle ...

Erdogan claims 'terrorists' active in Maputo - Independent Online

Maputo – Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has on Wednesday called for Mozambican support in fighting what he called the “group of terrorists” who launched an abortive coup against the Turkish government in June last year. “We would like to ...

Erdogan in Africa: Gulen and trade ties - Deutsche Welle

Ostensibly the Turkish president is seeking support for his anti-Gulen campaign. A more pressing reason for his three nation African tour could be the search for new markets. Afrikareise Erdogan in Mosambik (picture-alliance/AP Photo/K. Ozer).

Erdogan: 'We know very well who exploited Africa' - Anadolu Agency

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Turkey's interest in Africa was not materialistic, implying Ankara did not aim to exploit the continent as others have in the past. An error occurred. Try watching this video on www.youtube.com, or enable ...

Tanzania: Stage Set for Battle Over Feza Schools - AllAfrica.com

Dar es Salaam — A behind-the- scenes battle is raging over the status and control of Feza Schools, with the just-ended visit by President Recep Erdogan adding to the growing fear that Turkey was pushing to either close down the schools or hand them ...

Erdogan rallies fight against Fethullah Gulen in Mozambique - africanews

On the second stop of his African tour in Mozambique, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has asked his Mozambican counterpart Filipe Nyusi to take action against the network of exiled Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen. ADVERTISING. inRead invented ...

Tanzania: Turkish Involvement in Railway Project Time - AllAfrica.com

The several memorandums of understanding (MoU) signed between Tanzania and Turkey on Monday marked another milestone in the old bilateral relations the two countries have been enjoying. Closed due to budgetary constraints in 1984 (having been ...

Theresa May heads to Turkey - New Europe

British Prime Minister Theresa May is scheduled to visit Turkey on January 28 for talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The two leaders are expected to discuss trade, defence and security. As reported by the BBC, May is likely to fly to Ankara ...

Turkey seeks to boost economic ties with Mozambique - TRT World

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan led a Turkish delegation that visited Mozambique with the aim of boosting trade and economic ties. Mozambique was Erdogan's second stop on a three-country visit to Africa. Photo by: Reuters. Turkey's President Erdogan ...

I Could Not Breathe in Erdogan's Turkey - Balkan Insight (blog)

As the government's clampdown on opposition and free-thinkers rolls on, and after watching many of my friends, colleagues and relatives being arrested, fired or harassed, I decided to leave Turkey, at least for the time being.

Erdogan holds talks with Tanzanian leaders - Saudi Gazette

Tanzania's Prime Minister Kassim Majaliwa (L) welcomes Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R) upon his arrival at the airport in Dar es Salaam, on Sunday during a three-day tour to east Africa that will include visits to Mozambique and Madagascar.

TZ seeks to rival Kenya as trade hub with SGR project - The Star, Kenya

Tanzania has asked for a loan from state-owned Export Credit Bank of Turkey to help finance a stretch of a new railway it hopes will help it open up East Africa's hinterland and compete with Kenya as a trade hub. Tanzania wants to build a 2,561km ...

Theresa May will head straight from the White House to Erdogan's presidential palace for crunch security talks - The Sun

Theresa May will jet from White House for crunch trade and security talks with Turkey's President Erdogan this weekend, Downing Street revealed yesterday. The visit comes amid growing fears over Donald Trump's commitment to Nato. Theresa May will ...

Turkey-Mozambique eye more collaborative projects - Daily Sabah

After his visit to Tanzania on Monday, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan Tuesday arrived in Mozambique, the second stop on the president's southeastern Africa tour. President Erdoğan was welcomed with an official ceremony by Mozambique President Filipe ...

Erdoğan warns Mozambique of Gülen threat, urges action against the terror cult - Daily Sabah

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on Tuesday called on Mozambican leader Filipe Nyusi to take action against fugitive preacher Fetullah Gülen and his network in the African country. He told a reception in Maputo that "We are aware that Gülenists have a ...

Tanzania courts Turkey for its rail megaproject, casting doubt on China's role - GCR

Confusion descended on Tanzania's stalled plan to build a multi-billion-dollar standard gauge railway across its breadth from the port of Dar es Salaam to neighbours inland after it was revealed that its government is courting a Turkish firm and ...

Dismissed NATO officer says feeling insecure due to Turkish intel activities in Belgium - Turkey Purge

A former NATO officer of Turkey, interviewed by Vocal Europe, has said he/she does not feel safe in his/her place in Belgium as spying activities by the government supporters as well the Turkish intelligence agency has extended to Europe in the recent ...

A Match Made in Hell: The Budding Bromance of Trump and Erdogan - The Nation.

Can two power-hungry egomaniacs forge a lasting alliance? Much depends on an extradition request, and whether Trump will continue the alliance with Syria's Kurds. By Anna Lekas MillerTwitter. January 24, 2017. Facebook; Twitter; Email; Print.

Theresa May urged to raise human rights concerns in talks with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan - The Independent

'President Erdogan has jailed more journalists than any other country. He has locked up teachers, professors and policemen without any due process, yet our Government is point-blank refusing to call him out on these egregious crimes'. Ashley Cowburn ...