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Turkey slams Macron's 'wrong, populist' comments on Algeria

Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu Thursday slammed French President Emmanuel Macron's "extremely wrong," "populist" comments on Turkey and Algeria over colonialism.

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Are all women really safe under the Istanbul Convention?

An article published by Bloomberg Businessweek[1] has claimed that Turkey's decision to withdraw from the Istanbul Convention raises concerns about women's participation in the economy and security.

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UK defence chief denies The Times report on Afghan refugee processing centres in Turkey

British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace denied reports that the UK was planning to establish refugee processing centres in Turkey.

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Claim: Turkey's President Rewrote the History of the 2016 Coup

On 14 July 2021, Haaretz published an opinion article written by Simon A.

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Claim: Ursula von der Leyen was denied chair at Erdogan meeting because she’s a woman

Ursula von der Leyen, the President of the European Commission, has claimed that she was denied a chair because she is a woman during a meeting with President Erdogan of Turkey this month.

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Deliberate and fraudulent news from Deutsche Welle

German newspaper Deutsche Welle falsely claim that “Last year, 300 women were murdered in Turkey, according to a women's rights organization. The number of unrecorded cases could be far higher as femicides are often filed as suicides.”

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Claim: Bogazici University Rector to Appoint Government Loyalist in the New Departments

The President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan has ordered the establishment of two new departments in Bogazici University, the country’s most prestigious university, which has suffered by weeks of provocations.

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