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Saudi crown prince visits Turkey for first time since Khashoggi murder
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Turkish authorities battle wildfire near resort town of Marmaris
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NATO's chief meets Finland's president to discuss membership bid
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Turkey and Greece in fresh clash over Aegean Sea islands
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned Greece to demilitarise islands, tweeting in both English and Greek.
Cyprus claims Turkey wants 'complete control' of separatist north
Cyprus is set to lodge a complaint with the United Nations over Turkey's dealings with Turkish Cypriots on the divided island.