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Nearly 300 injured Aleppans get treatment in Turkey
Turkish minister hits out at US support for YPG
Two-state solution in Mideast 'in serious jeopardy': US' Kerry
Lavrov, de Mistura discuss Syria
Israeli PM to face criminal probe over bribery, fraud
Putin: No one can create problems for Russia
Soviet Afghan war made radical groups: Russian diplomat
6.3 tremor strikes eastern Japan
231 injured Aleppans treated in Turkey
Turkey offers condolences over Russian plane crash
Palestinians hail UN resolution on Israeli settlements
Syria's Al-Bab, Turkey's security gate
New UN technology bank to be headquartered in Turkey
Turkey's Erdogan releases message marking Christmas
Turkish FM Cavusoglu in phone diplomacy
Greek bailout talks break down
Talks between Euro-zone finance ministers and new Greek government break down in anger.
Experts: Syriza gives hope to Greek people
At a panel in Ankara, experts evaluated victory of left-wing Syriza party in Greece
New Greek government comfortably wins confidence vote
A total of 299 out of 300 deputies participate in vote.
Greek PM: Cyprus issue a priority for Athens
New Greek leader holds talks in southern Cyprus on first foreign official visit to divided island.
Bulgaria arrest suspected associate of Paris attackers
28-year-old Fritz Jolie Joaquin is to be extradited to France
Cambodia's child abuse record under scrutiny in Geneva
UN committee to discuss protection from sex tourism, trafficking, child prostitution and child pornography.
Cyprus gas can be blessing or curse, says negotiator
Turkish-Cypriot chief negotiator Ergun Olgun has urged the Greek-Cypriot side to abandon insistence on unilateralism
Bulgaria: Troops for Turkish border 'unacceptable'
President Rosen Plevneliev rejects call for soldiers to be used to deter illegal immigrants
Greek exit from the euro 'disaster' economists say
A potential Greek exit from Eurozone may ring alarm bells for euro system and int'l finance at large, say economists.