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Bloody alliance has created a new cradle of facism

The West failed to defend the Arab Spring. It can’t afford to let Syria’s dictator crush the Kurds

Key developments in Turkey’s offensive in Syria

Three offensive attacks against the Kurds have come since 2016

Editorial: Bank woes – but not in SA

'We have our own problems in South Africa — not least a fashionable debate over the role and independence of the Reserve Bank'

Turkey is a democracy — that’s a fact

A bid to overthrow a legitimate government and the deaths of innocent people cannot be justified

South Africa needs to take a position on the plight of the Turks under Erdoğan

The country’s media and NGOs can also play a role in restoring human rights in Turkey

Dutch police arrest suspect after three shot dead on tram

Mosques and schools were closed across the Netherlands' fourth-largest city following the bloodshed

Turkey reportedly investigating Fox News journalist

Fatih Portakal is being investigated for "openly inciting others to commit a crime"

Order signed for US military’s controversial Syria exit

Both US politicians and international allies fear the withdrawal is premature and would further destabilise the already devastated region

Khashoggi murder: Trump ignores US leverage over Riyadh

The US president was widely pilloried for what critics called his 'mercantile' priorities that made him appear like a lobbyist for the kingdom

Saudi ‘kill team’s’ luggage contained syringes, scissors — report

According to a Turkish daily, these items may have been used against journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who was murdered in the Saudi consulate

Saudi and Turkish prosecutors meet over Khashoggi investigation

The case has brought near unprecedented international scrutiny on Saudi Arabia, as Western powers demand answers over Khashoggi's murder

Saudi crown prince deplores ‘repulsive’ Khashoggi murder in first comments

Saudi leaders have denied involvement in Khashoggi's murder, pushing responsibility down the chain of command

US slams ‘one of worst cover-ups’ in Khashoggi case

The move came as Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Khashoggi's killing inside the Saudis' Istanbul consulate had been meticulously planned

Erdogan wants Istanbul trial over ‘planned’ Khashoggi murder

​Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says that Jamal Khashoggi's murder was 'planned' days in advance according to a 'roadmap' by a Saudi team

Turkey vows to reveal ‘naked truth’ over Khashoggi death

Turkish officials have said they believe that 15 Saudi men who arrived in Istanbul on two flights on October 2 were connected to Khashoggi's death

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