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BULGARIAN PRESIDENT TURKEY: Turkish President Abdullah Gul will welcome Bulgarian President Rosen Plevneliev with formal ceremony at the Cankaya Palace in Ankara.
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, will meet with Bulgarian President Plevneliev at the Prime Ministry residence in Ankara.

MEDVEDEV DANCE CRAZE: A video showing Russian President Dmitry Medvedev, known for his love of classic hard rock, dancing to the song American Boy by the Russian pop group Kombinatsia is going viral on the Russian internet.

SENEGALESE PM TURKEY: Erdogan will welcome Senegal's PM Mbaye with formal ceremony at the HQ of the Prime Ministry.

MAHER ASSAD ALIVE: Accused of being responsible for murdering thousands of Syrians, Maher al-Assad, brother to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad, is still alive, sources claimed.

SYRIA UPRISING: Latest developments from the civil war torn Syria.


NATO DELEGATION PATRIOT: A NATO delegation arrived in eastern province of Turkey's Malatya to survey possible sites for deployment of the Patriot missile system.

NASA RAINFALL: When it rains it pours, goes the saying, and for the last 15 years, the data on tropical rainfall have poured in.

BLACK IN SADDLE: A J-2X power pack assembly burns brightly during a hot fire test Nov. 27 at NASA's Stennis Space Center in Mississippi.


GAZA ED-DELV FAMILY: Losing rest of the family members under his house destroyed by Israeli shelling in the cruel assault on Gaza, father Cemal Ed-Devl is trying to surivive with his remaining two sons.


USAID DIRECTOR TURKEY: Director of the US Agency of International Development USAID, Rajiv Shah, visited Syrian refugees in Kilis, southeastern province of Turkey, on Tuesday.

TURKISH PM SPAIN: Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was welcomed at his Spanish counterpart's official residence, the Palace of Moncloa, on Tuesday.

SYRIAN WARPLANES TURKEY: Syrian warplanes keep bombing a town near Turkish border.

OSLO BOMBING VIDEO: CCTV footage of Anders Breivik parking his van bomb, which killed eight people in Oslo in July 2011, has been released by public broadcaster NRK.

PRESIDENT FAST BREAKING: Turkish President Abdullah Gül hosted a fast-breaking dinner on the occasion of the day of Ashura on Sunday at the Çankaya presidential palace in Ankara.

BRUSSEL FARMER PROTEST: Hundreds of dairy farmers from across the European countries participated in a protest called '1000 tractors to Brussels' demanding efficient measures for the milk market.

GANGNAM CARRIER STYLE: Chinese Internet users have been tirelessly imitating auspicious hand signals by crew members of the country's first aircraft carrier, Liaoning, in celebration of a successful J-15 launch, Xinhua reported.

STING CONCERTS ISTANBUL: World-famous British singer Sting performed his most popular songs with a five-piece band in Istanbul on Monday night.

FIRST CIRCUMFERENTIAL WELD: Engineers at the Marshall Space Flight Center in Huntsville, Ala., conduct their first circumferential weld of the "pathfinder" version of the adapter design for SLS and Orion. (NASA/MSFC).

Event: Covering latest developments from the Turkish province of Hatay along the Turkey Syria border.
Location 1: Hatay Yaylıdag
Location 2: Gaziantep- Kilis

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