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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 »

Tanzania: JPM Confirms Turkey Role in Railway Project - AllAfrica.com

John Magufuli and his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan observe the national anthems of their countries at the State House grounds in Dar es Salaam. By Deogratius Kamagi. Dar es Salaam — President John Magufuli yesterday confirmed that Turkey ...and more »

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

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan inspects a guard of honour at the State House in Dar es Salaam. President John Magufuli yesterday asked the Turkish government to provide a concessional loan for the construction of at least 400 kilometre-stretch ...and more »

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 ...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 »

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. Turkish President Recep ...and more »

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). In ...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 »

Tanzania: WB Vice President in Dar for Brt Launch - AllAfrica.com

The World Bank Vice -President for Africa Region, Makhtar Diop is on a threeday visit of Tanzania from today for, among other things inauguration of operations of the Dar es Salaam Bus Rapid Transit which was financed by the World Bank. According to a ...and more »