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Turkey's Arms Expo
30 AUGUST 2021

Ranked as the world's 4th biggest drone producer, Turkey recently unveiled its latest military hardware at IDEF, a lofty international arms fair in Istanbul. Showcasing its drones, radars, and helicopters, Turkey’s defence companies are set to become major players in the global arms industry, amidst efforts that forge a self-sufficient military.

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Turkey's Military Might
30 AUGUST 2021

Ranked as the world's 4th biggest drone producer, Turkey recently unveiled its latest military hardware at IDEF, a lofty international arms fair in Istanbul. Showcasing its drones, radars, and helicopters, Turkey’s defence companies are set to become major players in the global arms industry, amidst efforts that forge a self-sufficient military.

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Turkey's Top-Ranked Drones
30 AUGUST 2021

Ranked among the top 3 countries in the world in combat drone technology, Turkey unveils its latest drone, the Bayraktar Akinci UCAV, produced by Baykar Technologies. With cutting-edge technology, it can fly higher than 12,000 meters for more than 24 hours, with a payload capacity of 1,350kg.

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RÜYA

Swanky Mayfair venue with a sophisticated cocktail bar serving contemporary Turkish cuisine.

 
LONDON, UNITED KINGDOM
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Pakistan's role in Afghanistan
23 AUGUST 2021

With the Taliban declaring war in Afghanistan after 20 years of US stronghold, the Afghan President fled the country to prevent bloodshed. As the global community seeks peaceful relations with the Taliban, neighboring Pakistan under President Arif Alvi's direction has a lot to contribute to the new era of hope for stability in Afghanistan.

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Turkey-Pakistan Ties
23 AUGUST 2021
(Interview Date: 13 December 2019)

Turkey and Pakistan share a close relationship, a bond that can be traced back to Ottoman times. Pakistan's Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi discusses all aspects of Turkey-Pakistan ties in relation to their peace-making efforts in Afghanistan and their approach to the situation in Kashmir.

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ALA RAHI

An elaborate blend of traditional Turkish, Lebanese, Afghani, and Pakistani cuisines

 
KARACHI, PAKISTAN
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Shifts in the Middle East
16 AUGUST 2021

Starting with the termination of the Qatar blockade at the beginning of the year, the Middle East has been a hotbed of change with old rivals reconciling and allies going through rough patches. While the Saudis welcome the new leader of Iran-favoring Oman, the UAE-Saudi tensions are a few of many shifts that redefine politics in the region in many ways.

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NUSR'ET

A high-class steak house brand with sensational ambiance and service

DOHA, QATAR
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Rights of Turkish-Greeks
9 AUGUST 2021

The strained relations between Turkey and Greece suffer more after the Greek government closes down a dozen primary schools belonging to the 150,000-strong Turkish minority in the Western Thrace region, threatening their rights secured by the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne.

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1923 Population Exchange
9 AUGUST 2021

Establishing new borders between Greece and Turkey after decades of war, the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne ruled for a population exchange based on religious identity, involving the Greek Orthodox citizens of Turkey and the Muslim citizens of Greece, forcing more than one and a half million people in Greece and Turkey to leave their ancestral home.

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The Turkish-Greek Identity
9 AUGUST 2021

Greece’s Western Thrace region is home to some 150,000 Muslim Turkish-Greeks, but Athens denies them their rights for simply including the word 'Turkish' in their name. Greece’s Court of Cassation rejects the registration application of Xanthi Turkish Union's nearly four-decade struggle, despite Turkey's acceptance of the 'Greek' name for Turkey's Greek minority.

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Turkey's Greek Minority
9 AUGUST 2021

The Greeks in Turkey (Turkish: Rumlar) constitute a small population of Greek and Greek-speaking Eastern Orthodox Christians who mostly live in Istanbul, as well as on the two islands of the western entrance to the Dardanelles: Imbros and Tenedos (Turkish: Gökçeada and Bozcaada).

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Forgotten Rights
9 AUGUST 2021

TRT's 'Forgotten Rights' documentary traces both Turkey's and Greece's struggle in recognizing minority rights feared to set aflame the wave of insurgence that caused the bloodshed before the 1923 Treaty of Lausanne.

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SULTAN TEPE

A humble cafe serving tasty Aegean specials in Gümülcine

KOMOTINI, GREECE

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Turkish Airlines
 

Flying to more countries than any other airline, Turkish Airlines treats you to delicious cuisine, extensive inflight entertainment, and plenty of legroom. Enjoy the Business Class of Europe's Best Airline on your next trip to Turkey!

 
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Confronting Islamophobia
2 AUGUST 2021

The French parliament approves a controversial anti-separatism bill said to battle extremism, despite criticism that the bill breaches religious freedoms. With far-left French politician Jean-Luc Melenchon calling it an ‘anti-republican and anti-Muslim’ law, the bill poses a clear threat for Muslims in France.

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LE JANISSAIRE

An elegant restaurant serving classic Turkish fare

PARIS, FRANCE

Following up on Turkey's international relations is vital for the safety and security of every Turkish expatriate. A politically incorrect answer to a simple question in a foreign land can easily turn into a legal nightmare.

ANKA Report is designed to inform and educate International Turks, offering a weekly update on Ankara's relations with each country, by presenting compilations of TRT World's informative broadcasts on Turkish diplomacy.

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