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The rate of arrivals is still just a fraction of the 2015 peak, but comes as Turkey threatens allow a wave of migrants to pass through Turkey to Europe.The rate of arrivals is still just a fraction of the 2015 peak, but comes as Turkey threatens allow a wave of migrants to pass through Turkey to Europe.

“Excellent story by @carlottagall about Erdogan's plan to send refugees in Turkey back to Syria. https://t.co/KXvd6oKOSg”

Ben Hubbard on Twitter: "Excellent story by @carlottagall about Erdogan's plan to send refugees in Turkey back to Syria. https://t.co/KXvd6oKOSg"

“Trump, Erdogan, and the curious case of US-Turkey relations https://t.co/hM7MIMCsG2”

Alfons López Tena #FBPE on Twitter: "Trump, Erdogan, and the curious case of US-Turkey relations https://t.co/hM7MIMCsG2"

“How Democracy Dies, American-Style... From Vladimir Putin’s Russia, to Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Turkey, to Viktor Orban’s Hungary. https://t.co/JPaVXBD3rY”

Hasan Cemal on Twitter: "How Democracy Dies, American-Style... From Vladimir Putin’s Russia, to Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s Turkey, to Viktor Orban’s Hungary. https://t.co/JPaVXBD3rY"

“Deeply worrying: the head of Turkey's main opposition party in Istanbul was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison on charges including "terrorist propaganda" and insulting President Erdogan. https://t.co/1kx5cGwfCq”

Carl Bildt on Twitter: "Deeply worrying: the head of Turkey's main opposition party in Istanbul was sentenced to nearly 10 years in prison on charges including "terrorist propaganda" and insulting President Erdogan. https://t.co/1kx5cGwfCq"

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has for the first time made his nuclear ambitions public, arguing that it is unacceptable for Turkey to not have nuclear weapons while other countries do.President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has for the first time made his nuclear ambitions public, arguing that it is unacceptable for Turkey to not have nuclear weapons while other countries do.

Why does Erdogan want nuclear weapons?

Backed to a corner, Mr Erdogan is fighting for political survival. However, one would be foolish to count him outBacked to a corner, Mr Erdogan is fighting for political survival. However, one would be foolish to count him out

Erdogan spares no punches to defeat his political opponents - The National

The Syrian crisis is not something that can be handled solely through Turkish efforts; the region's biggest problem needs to be confronted by both external and internal stakeholders

Turkey's Syria policy and the US response - Muhittin Ataman - Daily Sabah

Middle-East Arab News and Opinion - Asharq Al-Awsat is the world’s premier pan-Arab daily newspaper, printed simultaneously each day on four continents in 14 citiesTurkey, which for eight years has welcomed millions of Syrian refugees, has reversed course, forcing thousands to leave its major cities in recent weeks and ferrying many of them to its border with Syria in white buses and police vans. President Rece

Sending Refugees Back to Syria: A Sharp Message to Erdogan’s Opponents | Asharq AL-awsat

Turkey, which for eight years has welcomed millions of Syrian refugees, has reversed course, forcing thousands to leave its major cities in recent weeks and ferrying many of them to its border with Syria in white buses and police vans. President Rece

Sending Refugees Back to Syria: A Sharp Message to Erdogan’s Opponents | Asharq AL-awsat

Turkey and the United States have been taking concrete steps towards achieving the agreed $100 billon bilateral trade volume, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said.Turkey and the United States have been taking concrete steps towards achieving the agreed $100 billon bilateral trade volume, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said.

Turkey, US to achieve $100 billion trade target with concrete steps: Erdoğan - Turkey News