The latest news on Turkey
The president fulfills his pledge to speak from the capital of a majority-Muslim nation.
Shaping an agenda for the visit to a majority Muslim nation that is a close U.S. ally.
Turkey says its prime minister's public spat with Israel's president was not aimed at Washington.
The Al Jazeera satellite TV network made its name just as CNN did during the 1991 Gulf War
Turkey, too, pulls back in the wake of Israel's Gaza offensive against Hamas.
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Imad Moustapha, Syria's ambassador in Washington, says a recent U.S. raid stifled a diplomatic opening.
Much hinges on which interpretation of the faith will prevail.
Even as Defense Secretary Robert Gates urged Turkey to wrap up its military operation in northern Iraq in the coming days, Turkish diplomats say the incursion will continue as long as the Turkish military deems necessary.
About 300 Turkish soldiers crossed the border into Iraq last night and remain there hunting for Kurdish rebels. At the same time, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice made a surprise visit to Kirkuk, also in the Kurdish portion of northern Iraq.