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Turkish police have conducted raids and detained more than 22 people in connection with Tuesday’s suicide attack at Istanbul’s main airport, which killed at least 43 people, and…

Turkey Rounds Up Suspects in Instanbul Airport Attack

Turkish police have conducted raids and detained more than 22 people in connection with Tuesday’s suicide attack at Istanbul’s main airport, which killed at least 43 people, and…

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By executing a Shiite cleric last weekend, the Sunni nation of Saudi Arabia created a martyr. It also inflamed its dangerous rivalry with Shiite Iran.

Sectarianism Renews Divisions in the Middle East

By executing a Shiite cleric last weekend, the Sunni nation of Saudi Arabia created a martyr. It also inflamed its dangerous rivalry with Shiite Iran.

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Last night, riot police drove protesters from Taksim Square, in Central Istanbul, which has been the scene of increasingly violent confrontations.

Uneasy Calm in Istanbul

Last night, riot police drove protesters from Taksim Square, in Central Istanbul, which has been the scene of increasingly violent confrontations.

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