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ISIL armed group most likely responsible for Tuesday's deadly Istanbul airport attack, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says.

Traditional businesses in Israeli-occupied city get new lease on life during Muslim fasting month

Prosecution source identifies Rakim Bulgarov, Vadim Osmanov as two of trio of suicide bombers

Mevlut Cavusoglu becomes first Turkish minister to visit Russia since Nov. 24 crisis began when Turkey downed Russian jet

Kremlin spokesman says time, place not fixed for presidents to meet before September summit Dmitry Peskov

Aid ship "Lady Leyla" is expected to reach Israeli port of Ashdod within 30 hours

Turkish FM Cavusoglu says relationship should be built on cooperation, not competition

Fund to be used in support of education, health, municipal, socio-economic support for refugees in Turkey

'If the Russians would do the right thing in Syria ... we're willing to work with them,' US defense chief says

Every terrorist attack only strengthens Nigeria's resolve to stand shoulder-to-shoulder with Turkey, Buhari says

Boris Johnson, the favored candidate to succeed David Cameron, drops out after an erstwhile ally decides to oppose him

Thousands give standing ovation and clap hands to honor Istanbul attack victims before football game begins in France

Travel + Leisure magazine pens piece extolling beauty of Turkey, urging readers to visit

Extremism 'constitutes one of the most serious threats to international peace and security,' Council says

Alleged Palestinian attacker shot dead at the scene, say Israeli police

Move comes on third anniversary of protests that paved way for army coup against country's first freely elected leader

Motorcycle racer Kenan Sofuoglu breaks land speed record at 400 km on 2,682-meter-long bridge named after Ottoman leader

Jewish lawmakers and former chief rabbi attack Labour Party leader for alleged remarks at anti-Semitism conference

Suspects taken to the Istanbul Police Department's Anti-extremism Branch after suicide bombings killed 44 people and wounded 239 at Atatürk Airport

Strategy to retake northern city from ISIL is changed after original plan is leaked by MPs

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