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After weeks of resisting any military role in the Syrian war, Turkey will allow Kurdish forces to cross its border and fight the so-called Islamic State in the besieged town of Kobane.

Turkey Appears to Give In on Aid to Kurdish Fighters

After weeks of resisting any military role in the Syrian war, Turkey will allow Kurdish forces to cross its border and fight the so-called Islamic State in the besieged town of Kobane.

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May Day in Istanbul, a city of 14 million people almost shut down today.

Riot Police Break Up Turkey's May Day Protests

May Day in Istanbul, a city of 14 million people almost shut down today.

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Turkish riot police have moved into Taksim Square in central Istanbul today. That's at the heart of ten days of anti-government protests.

Riot Police Push Back against Protestors in Istanbul

Turkish riot police have moved into Taksim Square in central Istanbul today. That's at the heart of ten days of anti-government protests.

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