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How a constitutional amendment could end Turkey's republic - Washington Post

On Jan. 21, the Turkish parliament approved a constitutional amendment that would change the current system of government from parliamentary to presidential. The amendment received well more than the 330 votes in the parliament needed for approval ...and more »

Erdogan in Africa: Gulen and trade ties - Deutsche Welle

In Mozambique, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan called on his Mozambican counterpart Felipe Nyusi to take action against exiled Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom he blames for last year's failed coup in Turkey. Earlier this week, during a ...and more »

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 ...and more »

Tanzania: ...Magufuli Invites Turkey to Multitrillion Railway Project -

President John Magufuli yesterday asked the Turkish government to provide a concessional loan for the construction of at least 400 kilometre-stretch of the envisaged standard gauge central railway. President Magufuli as well revealed that a Turkish ...and more »

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

MAPUTO – Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan 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 count on ...and more »

Turkey's Erdogan Urges Tanzania to End Gulen Ties - Voice of America

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday talked about trade and security on the first stop of an African tour, urging Tanzania's leader to shut institutions linked to a Muslim cleric who is accused by Turkey of leading a failed coup. Erdogan ...and more »

NATO supports 'TERRORIST GROUPS' & poses a threat to Turkey, leading MP blasts -

Şamil Tayyar, from the ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP), blasted the intergovernmental military alliance's commitment to its allies. Mr Tayyar, who governs Turkey's southeast Gazientep province, claimed his country had only been negatively ...and more »

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. fb; tw; mail; Print; msg; wa; sms. Turkey ...and more »

Gülenist network a global threat, Erdoğan says in Tanzania - Hurriyet Daily News

The Gülenist network is a threat not only to Turkey but to all the countries in which it operates, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said during a state visit to Tanzania. Speaking at the Tanzania Business Forum on Jan. 23, Erdoğan underlined ...and more »

Turkey, Tanzania ink deals to boost trade, development - Hurriyet Daily News

Turkey and Tanzania have signed nine agreements in defense, economic development, and health during a visit by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan to the East African country, according to Anadolu Agency. Erdoğan, accompanied by several Turkish ...and more »