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Chinese language, culture in vogue among Turkish youths

Beijing News 27 May 2022
ANKARA, May 26 (Xinhua) -- Muberra Batuhan, a young teacher considering China as her "second motherland," has been working to promote the Chinese language and culture to Turkey's youngsters as more and more students in Turkey seek opportunities for higher education in China.
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Rick’s Picks, May 26

The North Platte Telegraph 27 May 2022
By Rick Windham Outdoor columnist. Let’s see — since the last report we have had some rain and some cooler days, and a few warm days ... White bass and walleye have been caught using live baits ... A slip-bobber set up with live bait is the best way to keep from snagging on the rocks. Remember that the spring turkey season closes May 31…that’s next Tuesday ... .
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Aguilera, Hanks, De Niro and more light up Cannes amfAR gala

Billings Gazette 27 May 2022
New dam bypass on Yellowstone River luring fish upstream Shamrock Foods opens warehouse store in Billings Heights FWP seeks public help identifying possible turkey poacher. Ricky Martin opened the proceedings with a lively medley of his hits and as guests tucked into dinner the ...
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Turkey demands ‘concrete steps’ over Nordic NATO bids

East Bay Times 26 May 2022
The PKK, which is listed as a terror organization by several of Turkey’s allies, has waged a decades-long insurgency against Turkey, a conflict that has cost the lives of tens of thousands people ... Kalin said Turkey’s proposal to lift arms export limits was met with a “positive attitude” by the Swedish and Finnish delegations.
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Putin gives Ukrainians fast path to citizenship

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette 26 May 2022
"There's no place to live in left. Everything is smashed," Viktoria Kurbonova, a mother of two who lived in one of the terraced houses, said ... The PKK, which is listed as a terror organization by several of Turkey's allies, has waged a decades-long insurgency against Turkey, a conflict that has cost the lives of tens of thousands of people.
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Turkey demands ‘concrete steps’ to back Nordics’ NATO bids

TDT News 26 May 2022
The PKK, which is listed as a terror organization by several of Turkey’s allies, has waged a decades-long insurgency against Turkey, a conflict that has cost the lives of tens of thousands people. The Turkish government also accuses Finland and Sweden of imposing arms exports restrictions on Turkey and refusing to extradite suspected “terrorists.”.
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Turkey demands 'concrete steps' to back Nordics' NATO bids

Decatur Daily 26 May 2022
The PKK, which is listed as a terror organization by several of Turkey's allies, has waged a decades-long insurgency against Turkey, a conflict that has cost the lives of tens of thousands people. The Turkish government also accuses Finland and Sweden of imposing arms exports restrictions on Turkey and refusing to extradite suspected "terrorists.".
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Delegations from Sweden, Finland Hold NATO Talks in Turkey

Beijing News 26 May 2022
The PKK, which is listed as a terror organization by several of Turkey's allies, has waged a decades-long insurgency against Turkey, a conflict that has cost the lives of tens of thousands people. The Turkish government also accuses Finland and Sweden of imposing arms exports restrictions on Turkey and refusing to extradite suspected 'terrorists.'.
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Interview: Turkish expert warns against possible monkeypox outbreak as tourism season begins

China.dot.org 26 May 2022
The specialist said the smallpox vaccine prevents monkeypox infections with 85 percent effectiveness, but storing these vaccines and the smallpox virus had been forbidden by a treaty when this disease was eradicated in 1980, so Turkey does not have a live smallpox virus to develop a vaccine.
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Feature: Chinese language, culture in vogue among Turkish youths

Xinhua 26 May 2022
ANKARA, May 26 (Xinhua) -- Muberra Batuhan, a young teacher considering China as her "second motherland," has been working to promote the Chinese language and culture to Turkey's youngsters as more and more students in Turkey seek opportunities for higher education in China.
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Human Rights Watch Says Turkish Authorities Fail to Protect Domestic Violence Victims

Urdu Point 26 May 2022
"As the cases examined in this report illustrate, Turkey's authorities ... Human Rights Watch said, citing government studies from 2008 to 2014, that around four out of 10 women in Turkey have been subjected to domestic violence by husbands or partners at some point of their lives.
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Rebuilding a Society: the Key to Success of Turkey’s New Syrian Resettlement Villages

The Washington Institute 26 May 2022
These villages, in areas controlled by factions aligned with Turkey, are part of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s project to return Syrian refugees to Syria ... The villages are designed as an alternative to camps to house displaced Syrians, ensure adequate living conditions, and encourage Syrian refugees in Turkey to return to Syria.
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Carol Ann Larsen Major

Ogden Standard Examiner 26 May 2022
She graduated from the U. in 1956 ... During her husband’s military career their family lived in California, Oklahoma, Panama Canal Zone, Kentucky, Ankara, Turkey, Virginia, Alabama, and Utah ... She is survived by three sons ... Services will be live-streamed and may be viewed at www.lindquistmortuary.com by scrolling to the bottom of Carol’s obituary page ... .
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Mapping Russian Soft Power: How Coastal Syrians Engage with Russia

The Washington Institute 26 May 2022
Russia also recently tried to form delegations to communicate with forcibly-displaced residents from the district, who now live in Turkey ... Observers saw this as allowing Russian oil companies further control over Syrian oil fields, as well as efforts at “early recovery” programs – a move to return Syrians also supported by Turkey.
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Max’s Mini Swap brings a 3-day holiday flea market

Lima Ohio 26 May 2022
LIMA — Max McClure grew up on a farm where they have been doing swap meets for the past 40 years. That’s where he became an auctioneer and gained a following ... The event is expected to feature a variety of physical items, such as antiques, crafts and guns as well as live animal sales, including dogs, chickens, ducks, geese and turkeys. .

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