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By Associated Press
The 2-year conflict produced hundreds of thousands of victims and enormous challenges lie ahead, including getting all parties to lay down arms or withdraw.
By Mehmet Guzel, Zeynep Bilginsoy, Associated Press
Friday’s explosion at the state-owned Turkish Hard Coal Enterprise’s (TTK) mine in the Black Sea town of Amasra killed 41 miners and injured 11.
In our news wrap Saturday, a coal mine explosion in Turkey on Friday has killed at least 41 people, Russia's Defense Ministry says 11 volunteer soldiers died in a shooting at a training ground, a massive blaze has erupted at…
An explosion inside a coal mine in northern Turkey killed at least 22 people, Turkey's health minister announced, while rescuers working through the night were trying to bring dozens of others trapped to the surface.
By Aya Batrawy, Associated Press
Turkey’s leader, overseeing a nation encircled by regional disputes, used his speech at the U.N. General Assembly on Tuesday to shine a spotlight on Turkish maneuvering in conflicts that span from Syria to Ukraine.
By Judy Woodruff, Dan Sagalyn
World leaders have begun assembling in New York for the United Nations General Assembly. Among the leaders who sit at the crossroads of many issues of global importance is Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdoğan. From Ukraine, to Russia, to NATO, he…
By Malcolm Brabant
Following elections in Sweden, a right-wing coalition with an anti-immigrant agenda has a narrow enough majority to form a government. The seismic shift in Swedish politics could have serious implications for dozens of Kurds in the country who fear extradition…
Russia and Ukraine signed agreements Friday that cleared the way for exporting millions of tons of desperately needed Ukrainian grain, as well as securing Russian exports of grain and fertilizers. Ukraine's one of the world’s largest exporters of wheat, corn…
By Ayse Wieting, Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has driven up food prices around the world and led to silos full of blocked grain being stuck in Ukraine.
By Suzan Fraser, Associated Press
Turkish officials say a deal on a U.N. plan to unblock the shipment of Ukrainian grain and to allow Russia to export grain and fertilizers will be signed in Istanbul on Friday.
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