Turkey Accused of Outing Israeli Spies in Iran

Washington Post columnist David Ignatius wrote Wednesday that Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan had previously contacted Iran to reveal the identities of a group of Iranians who had been secretly meeting with Mossad agents in Turkey. Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu denied the allegation and other Turkish officials claimed it was part of a campaign to discredit Turkey.

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TÜSİAD Statement on Recent Economic Developments

The Board of Directors of the Turkish Industry and Business Association (TÜSİAD) issued the following statement on recent developments in the Turkish economy: “As demonstrated by recent economic volatility, it has become increasingly clear that the economic program that is being experimented will not achieve its intended results.

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