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Fenerbahce 1-3 Galatasaray: Visitors claim rare away win in heated Istanbul derby

Twelve bookings, three red cards and home fans chanting for their coach to resign - Turkey's intercontinental derby was no quiet affair on Sunday.
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10,000 Protesters Mourn 9 People Killed by Immigrant-Hating Shooter in Germany

(BERLIN) — Around 10,000 protesters marched through the central German town of Hanau on Sunday to mourn the nine people who were killed by an immigrant-hating gunman four days ago. “These days and hours are the blackest and darkest our town has ever experienced during peace times,” Hanau mayor Claus Kaminsky told the somber crowds, according to the German news agency dpa. But, he said, those who want to pull apart society won’t succeed, “because we are more and we will prevent that.” A 43-y...
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Iran's neighbours impose travel bans as coronavirus toll rises

Iran's confirmed death toll from the new coronavirus rose to eight on Sunday, the highest outside China, sending neighbouring countries scrambling to contain the outbreak. Turkey said it would "temporarily" shut its border with Iran, while Pakistan also said it was closing its frontier with the Islamic republic and Afghanistan banned all ground and air travel between the two nations. Lebanon on Friday confirmed its first case -- a 45-year-old Lebanese woman who had travelled from Qom in Iran -...
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Coronavirus outbreak: four cruise ship passengers test positive in UK – live news

Turkey and Pakistan close borders with Iran after eight deaths, while in northern Italy towns are on lockdown after jump in cases 4.20pm GMT Four of the 32 British and Irish Diamond Princess cruise ship passengers taken to Arrowe Park, Merseyside, on Saturday have tested positive for coronavirus strain Covid-19, the Chief Medical Officer for England has said.Professor Chris Whitty said: “Four further patients in England have tested positive for Covid-19, bringing the total number of cases in...
Tags: South Korea, Europe, Japan, UK, England, Science, Russia, UK News, World news, Turkey, Iran, Asia Pacific, Infectious Diseases, Pakistan, Italy, Coronavirus outbreak


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Coronavirus outbreak: Turkey and Pakistan close borders with Iran – live news

Moves comes after eight deaths in Iran, while in northern Italy towns are on lockdown after jump in cases 3.25pm GMT Venice Cestival will close early this year due to concerns about the new coronavirus, which has spread in northern Italy. Below shows a photograph of a police officer wearing a protective face mask and standing next to a masked carnival reveller at the event. 3.11pm GMT Bank of Japan governor, Haruhiko Kuroda, has said that if the virus outbreak persists it may have a big ...
Tags: South Korea, Europe, Japan, Science, Russia, UK News, World news, Turkey, Iran, Asia Pacific, Infectious Diseases, Pakistan, Italy, Haruhiko Kuroda, Coronavirus outbreak, Venice Cestival


Turkey and Pakistan close borders with Iran over coronavirus deaths

Ankara also suspends incoming flights as Iranian authorities try to contain outbreak in countryCoronavirus – latest updatesTurkey and Pakistan have both closed their borders with Iran, with Turkey also halting incoming flights, in an effort to stop the potential spread of coronavirus after Iran reported 43 cases of the disease.All highways and railways were closed at the border between Turkey and Iran as of 5pm local time and flights from Iran had been suspended, the Turkish health minister, Fah...
Tags: Science, Biology, World news, Turkey, Iran, Medical Research, Middle East and North Africa, South and Central Asia, Infectious Diseases, Pakistan, Microbiology, Ankara, Coronavirus outbreak, Fahrettin Koca


Iran COVID-19 Death Toll Reaches 8, With 43 Confirmed Infection Cases

(TEHRAN, Iran) — Iran’s health ministry raised the death toll from the new coronavirus to eight Sunday, amid concerns that clusters there as well as in Italy and South Korea could signal a serious new stage in its global spread. There were now 43 confirmed cases of the illness in Iran, health ministry spokesman Kianoush Jahanpour told state TV. That’s a jump from a Saturday’s total of 28 confirmed cases and six fatalities. The outbreak in Iran has centered mostly on the city of Qom, but spr...
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Coronavirus outbreak: Turkey closes border with Iran to stop infection spreading – live news

Turkey’s move comes after eight deaths in Iran, while in northern Italy towns are on lockdown after jump in cases 2.21pm GMT Health authorities said that 18 of the 39 South Koreans from the south-eastern region who had made a group pilgrimage to sites in Israel later tested positive for the virus. Israel’s foreign ministry issued added warnings about travel to South Korea and Japan due to the coronavirus, and the health ministry is ordering Israelis returning from those countries to remain i...
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Earthquake kills at least 9 in Turkey, injures many in Iran

The quake kills at least nine in eastern Turkey, with injuries and collapsed buildings in Iran.
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Turkey closes borders with Iran over coronavirus concerns

Turkey's health minister said the border with Iran would be closed from Sunday due to the number of coronavirus cases in its eastern neighbor. Fahrettin Koca said flights from Iran would also cease from 8 p.m. local time (1700 GMT). Iran’s health ministry on Sunday has raised the death toll from the new coronavirus to eight, with 43 confirmed cases.
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Deadly earthquake hits Iran and Turkey

The quake kills at least eight in eastern Turkey, with injuries and collapsed buildings in Iran.
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Earthquake kills at least 8 in Turkey, injuries many in Iran

The quake kills at least eight in eastern Turkey, with injuries and collapsed buildings in Iran.
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Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 9 in Neighboring Turkey

People remained trapped under rubble after the magnitude-5.7 earthquake struck in western Iran on Sunday, a Turkish official said.
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Earthquake in Iran Kills at Least 7 in Neighboring Turkey

People remained trapped under rubble after the magnitude-5.7 earthquake struck in western Iran on Sunday, a Turkish official said.
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Turkey: Gelecek Elektrikte! BASEAK Elektrikli Araç Girişimi "Türkiye 2030 Elektrikli Ulaşım Yol Haritası" Çalıştayına Katıldı - Balcıoğlu Selçuk Ardıyok Keki Attorney Partnership

Hepimizin bildiği üzere, elektrikli araçlar yükselen bir ivme ile hayatımıza giriyor ve mobilite teknolojilerinde yaşanan bu gelişmeler; ulaşım ağının tüm katmanlarını süratli bir dönüşüme sevk ediyor.
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Nine dead in Turkey as 5.7 earthquake strikes western Iran

Nine people were killed in Turkey in a magnitude 5.7 earthquake that struck western Iran early Sunday morning, Turkish Health Minister Fahrettin Koca said. The quake centered west of the Iranian city of Khoy and affected villages in the Turkish province of Van. Turkish Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu told a news conference that three children and four adults were killed in Turkey's Baskule district.
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Eight dead in Turkey as 5.7 earthquake strikes western Iran

Eight people were killed in Turkey in a magnitude 5.7 earthquake that struck western Iran early Sunday morning, Turkish Interior Minister Suleiman Soylu said. Soylu told a news conference that three children and four adults were killed in Turkey's Baskule district. No one remained trapped under fallen buildings, Van Governor Mehmet Emin Bilmez said.
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Idlib’s despair won’t end bloodshed in Syria. It will provoke a rebel fightback | Hassan Hassan

Freed from the need to defend their last stronghold, the jihadists there will be well placed to regroup and take the struggle undergroundOutsiders can be forgiven for being tired of the Syrian conflict. After all, the violence has lasted for nearly a decade and the worst chapters – for outsiders, at least – have come and gone: Islamic State (Isis) seized almost half the country, in addition to one-third of Iraq and launched a global network of terror in 2014. But the world has now caught its bre...
Tags: Europe, Iraq, Russia, US, UK News, World news, Turkey, Syria, United States, Middle East and North Africa, Bashar al-Assad, Damascus, Islamic State ISIS, Idlib, Hassan Hassan


Ladder to safety: Syrians eye escape over Turkey border

Abu Jabber has a plan to escape the Syrian regime's advance: he has built a ladder from rusty metal for him and his 11 children to climb over the Turkish border wall. Six months ago, the family fled deadly fighting in Idlib province of northwest Syria, seeking shelter near the border village of Kafr Lusin, where dozens of families live in an informal camp for the displaced. Newcomers live in tents while others, like Abu Jabber, his children and his parents, have built makeshift homes at the fo...
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Tensions escalate in Syria as another Turkish soldier dies

President Erdoğan announces meeting with Putin and Merkel to discuss Idlib crisisTensions in north-west Syria continued to escalate on Saturday after another Turkish soldier was killed in a bomb attack by Russian-backed government forces.Turkey’s 16th military death in Idlib province came as fighting has intensified, huge numbers of people have been displaced, and talks between Ankara and Moscow have stalled. Continue reading...
Tags: Putin, Vladimir Putin, Germany, Angela Merkel, Russia, World news, Turkey, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, Moscow, Merkel, Bashar al-Assad, Erdogan, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Ankara, Idlib


Erdogan, Putin, Merkel and Macron to Meet March 5 on Idlib

(Bloomberg) -- The Turkish, Russian, German and French leaders will meet on March 5 to try to find a solution to the crisis in the city of Idlib as Turkey and Russian-backed Syrian forces risk confrontation in the region.Following phone calls with Russian President Vladimir Putin, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that he will meet them all on March 5, without disclosing the location. As Turkey slides toward...
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Syria’s Drawn-Out Agony

A cease-fire is needed as Assad, with Russian help, attacks the last desperate refugees.
Tags: News, Turkey, Syria, Erdogan, Assad, Trump, North Atlantic Treaty Organization, Recep Tayyip, Donald J, United States International Relations, Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS, Refugees and Displaced Persons, Bashar al, Idlib (Syria, Security Council (UN


French international Rami joins Russia’s Sochi

Moscow (AFP) – French World Cup winning defender Adil Rami has joined Russia’s Sochi club, hours after being dropped by Turkey’s Fenerbahce, the Russian Premier League website said Saturday. The 34-year-old soccer star will play... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Russia, Sport, Turkey, Soccer, Moscow, Sochi, Adil Rami, Afp, Rami, Fenerbahce the Russian Premier League


A reborn Persian Empire captured Rome’s lands—and its emperor

Inspired by their powerful ancestors, the Sassanian dynasty restored Persia to imperial glory, ruling lands that stretched from Turkey to Pakistan. By Miguel Ángel Andrés-Toledo | National Geographic Alexander the Great conquered Persia in 331 B.C. and ended the Achaemenid Empire founded by Cyrus the Great. For the next five centuries, the Iranian plateau became ruled by other empires, until a new Persian dynasty took power. Fiercely proud of their roots, these new kings—the Sassanians—restor...
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‘He Came, Fired, Then He Walked Out Normally.’ Survivors of ‘Right-Wing’ German Shooter’s Attacks Speak Out

(HANAU, Germany) — Piter Minnemann and his friends were eating when they heard shots fired outside the door of the snack bar in Hanau where they had gathered. Minnemann, 18, recalled that he had just got his pizza when the first shots were heard at the Arena Bar. It was the second site targeted in Wednesday night’s shooting of nine people by a German man who had posted an online rant calling for the “complete extermination” of many “races or cultures in our midst.” “We thought it was a blan...
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Violence In Syria Stokes Fears Of A Coming ‘Bloodbath.’ Will Trump Act?

Nearly a decade into a conflict defined by mass carnage and war crimes, Syria is suffering through what may be the worst humanitarian crisis in its blood-soaked civil war. For months, the Syrian military, backed by Russian air strikes, has been trying to wrest control of the northern territory of Idlib, the last province held by opposition forces. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights has documented the death of 1,964 civilians there over the last year, as daily bombing runs have blown ap...
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Copley’s $3.4 Million Winter 2020 Sale Is One For The Record Books

Copley’s $3.4 Million Winter 2020 Sale Is One For The Record Books CHARLESTON, SC – -(AmmoLand.com)- Copley Fine Art Auctions, LLC ( copleyart.com ), the nation’s premier decoy and sporting art auction house set a company record for one of their Winter Sales realizing $3.4 million in total sales. The February 15th auction was held in conjunction with the Southeastern Wildlife Exposition (SEWE) at the Charleston Marriott in South Carolina. There was a frenzy of over 900 bidders participating f...
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The entrance to a Minneapolis museum has been covered with 2,400 life jackets that refugees once wore

"Safe Passage" by Ai Weiwei features life jackets worn by refugees making the journey from Turkey to Greece. Minnesota has the highest number of refugees per capita of any state in the US.
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'We have nothing left': displaced Syrians wait out war in Idlib

With the closed Turkish border behind them and Russian-backed forces at the horizon, Syrians have nowhere left to runHemmed against a border wall in Somme-like mud and misery, more than 1 million Syrians are awaiting their fate. Nearby, Iranian-backed militias and what remains of the national army are advancing towards them, as Russian jets pick them off in the crowded fields and ruined towns that are all that is left of opposition-held Syria.Convoys of the Turkish military, a protector of the d...
Tags: Russia, World news, Turkey, Iran, Syria, Middle East and North Africa, Bashar al-Assad, Ankara, Idlib