ANNO XV Aprile 2021.  Direttore Umberto Calabrese

Turkey’s first steps towards accession to Europe go back more than 50 years, when Ankara asked for an association agreement with the European Economic Community. Negotiations officially began in 2005.

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Caracas (Venezuela) - Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro pledged to act much tougher than his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan in case of the coup attempt in the country.

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There have been more repercussions after Turkey’s failed coup. Reports from Ankara’s state-run Anadolu news agency said 11 soldiers have been arrested.

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Ankara (Turkey) - In Turkey two senior generals have resigned, as the prime minister prepared to meet military commanders for a major overhaul the armed forces in the wake of a failed coup. Their resignations come one day after the mass dismissal of military personnel.

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Ankara (Turkey) - The eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece and sought asylum on Saturday received a two month suspended sentence for entering the country illegally.The soldiers deny taking part in the failed coup attempt and claim they left Turkey for fear of mass-detention. Turkey’s extradition request and the soldier’s asylum claims are ongoing.

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Ankara (Turkey) - The atmosphere on Thursday morning in Ankara, on the day Turkey’s three-month state of emergency came into effect, was more sombre than it was the previous night when thousands of President Erdogan’s supporters gathered in the main square.

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Domenica, 17 Luglio 2016 22:41

Turkish soldiers seek asylum in Greece

Ankara (Turkey) - Eight Turkish officers who fled after the failed coup attempt in Turkey have claimed asylum in Greece.

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Ankara (Turkey) - At a funeral in Istanbul on Sunday for some of the victims of Turkey’s failed coup which was attended by President Tayyip Erdogan some of the mourners chanted “we want the death penalty.”

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Ankara (Turkey) - Turkey’s authorities have rounded up nearly 3,000 suspected military plotters, including top commanders and foot soldiers, and ordered thousands of judges detained after forces loyal to Erdogan crushed the attempted coup.

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Ankara (Turkey) - Amid the spate of arrests and interrogations following Friday’s failed coup in Turkey, some soldiers have been claiming that they initially had no idea that they were taking part in a plan to overthrow the government.

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