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Turkish militants held in Greece for weapons: minister

ANKARA/ATHENS (Reuters) - Two members of a Turkish militant group have been arrested in Greek waters with a boatload of weapons heading for Turkey, Turkish Interior Minister Muammer Guler said in Ankara on Wednesday. Full story

Senior Kurdish rebel warns Turkey to progress reforms by September

ANKARA (Reuters) - The Turkish government must take concrete steps by September to advance a peace process with Kurdish militants or risk a return to hostilities, the co-head of the rebels' political wing was quoted as saying on Wednesday. Full story

Turkish troops use teargas to stop smugglers entering from Syria

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish soldiers shot into the air and fired teargas this week to prevent hundreds of people described by the military as smugglers from trying to cross into Turkey from Syria. Full story

Turkish troops fire tear gas to stop 'smugglers' from Syria

ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkish soldiers shot into the air and fired tear gas to prevent hundreds of people, many of them believed to be smugglers, from trying to cross into Turkey from Syria, the Turkish military said on Tuesday. Full story

Car bomb kills Syrian Kurd politician near Turkish border: sources

DIYARBAKIR (Reuters) - A prominent Syrian Kurdish politician was assassinated early on Tuesday outside his home near the Turkish border when a bomb planted in his car exploded, Kurdish political sources said on Tuesday. Full story

In Turkey, a Strange Dance Between Government and Entrepreneurs

Turkish startups receive substantial support from the government, yet many entrepreneurs disagree with state policies, writes Case Western's Michael Goldberg. Full story

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