TURKEY-PRESS SCAN (2).ANKARA, Apr 27, 2009 (TUR tur: see ibex. ) -- These are some of the major headlines and their summaries in Turkish press on April 27, 2009. The Anadolu Agency Anadolu Agency (AA) (Turkish: Anadolu Ajansı) is the Turkish state news agency commissioned with producing news releases pertaining to the country. Anadolu Agency was set up on April 6th, 1920 by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the founder of the Modern Turkish does not verify these stories and does not vouch for vouch for
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FIRST MGK MGK Milli Guvenlik Kurulu
MGK Medieval Greek (aka middle Greek) MEETING, THEN CABINET RESHUFFLE
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to announce a cabinet reshuffle this week. Since there are ministers, who are members of the National Security Council (MGK), among those to be replaced, the announcement is expected to be made after MGK's regular meeting on Tuesday. Prime Minister Erdogan is expected to present his new list to President Abdullah Gul gul
A stylized octagonal motif in Oriental rugs.
[Persian, rose; see julep.] during their weekly meeting on Thursday.
Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan gave response to remarks of U.S. President Barack Obama on April 24. "We consider those remarks an unacceptable interpretation of history which does not reflect the truth. This statement aims at fulfilling the promises given during the election campaigns. History should be left to historians. Turkey is not a country to pat and deceive."
CABINET RESHUFFLE EXPECTED AFTER MGK MEETING
It was claimed that Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan could make a replacement in the cabinet after the National Security Council's (MGK) regular meeting on Tuesday. The Council of Ministers will not convene today. Prime Minister Erdogan is expected to present his new list to President Abdullah Gul after Wednesday.
TURKEY TO GIVE A NOTE TO USA
Ankara expressed its uneasiness after U.S. President Barack Obama used an Armenian expression to describe the tragedy of 1915. Turkish Embassy in Washington D.C. is expected to give a note to the U.S. Department of State and the Turkish Ministry of Foreign Affairs foreign affairs
Affairs concerning international relations and national interests in foreign countries. is expected to give a similar note to the U.S. Embassy in Ankara to express Turkey's uneasiness saying that Turkey does not accept the U.S. President's remarks about the incidents of 1915.
ERDOGAN REACTS TO OBAMA'S COMMENTS ON INCIDENTS OF 1915
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted harshly to comments made by U.S. President Barack Obama on April 24 in regard to the incidents of 1915. "Obama's comments do not reflect the reality and are unacceptable," Erdogan said.
TELEPHONE CONVERSATIONS OF EVERY ONE PERSON OUT OF 1,000 TAPPED, JUSTICE MINISTER
Turkish Justice Minister Mehmet Ali Mehmet Ali may refer to:
Thus, around 70,000 people's telephone conversations are being tapped throughout Turkey, Sahin stressed.
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