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In his push for economic development, Turkey?s president has flooded the archaeological gem of Hasankeyf and displaced thousands of families.
Devastating assaults, occurring almost daily and often in the capital, Mogadishu, have put a strain on the country?s fragile government.
The cases are part of a widespread effort to quash dissent in the country, which has seen dozens of activists put on trial after a failed 2016 coup attempt.
Supporters of the slain journalist expressed hope that the proceedings would offer a chance for justice. The defendants are to be tried in absentia.
Serkan Golge, an American caught up in increasingly fraught Turkish-U.S. relations, arrived with his family in Washington after nearly four years of imprisonment and house arrest.
Officials said two people were killed in the bombing at the facility in Mogadishu, Turkey?s largest overseas military base.
The Russians, who said they were doing sociology research, were jailed on charges of political meddling. It?s the latest tale of foreign intrigue in Libya.
Ignoring U.S. arguments that the charges were baseless, a court convicted Metin Topuz of aiding the group that Turkey accuses of masterminding a 2016 coup attempt.
Relations between President Trump and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey have long blown hot and cold. For the moment, they are finding common cause.
Belligerents on all sides of the Libyan conflict, including Turkey, Russia and the U.A.E., are preparing for a new stage after a pullback by the forces of the commander, Khalifa Hifter.