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Turkish political leader denies mall was ever planned in park

June 3rd, 2013
06:51 PM ET

CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with Mevlut Cavusoglu, the vice chairman of Turkish Prime Minister Erdogan's political party, about the civil unrest.


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The week that changed Turkey?

June 3rd, 2013
04:18 PM ET

CNN's Christiane Amanpour speaks with a Turkish scholar about the anti-government protests sweeping that country.


Filed under:  Christiane Amanpour • Latest Episode • Turkey

NATO set to send missiles to Turkey’s border

December 3rd, 2012
04:48 PM ET

By Samuel Burke, CNN

NATO Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen confirmed on Monday that the military alliance is expected to deploy Patriot missiles to Turkey's border as a preventive measure against spillover from Syria’s civil war.

Rasmussen told CNN’s Christiane Amanpour that he anticipates that foreign ministers meeting in Brussels on Tuesday would make a decision the same day and expects them to “respond positively” to the Turkish requests.

Three locations along Turkey’s southeast border with Syria have already been identified as possible locations for the Patriot missiles, which would come from the United States, Germany and the Netherlands, and would take just weeks to deploy according to Rasmussen.

U.S. officials tell CNN that they are increasingly concerned that Bashar al-Assad is preparing chemical weapons for use. FULL POST


Filed under:  Christiane Amanpour • Syria • Turkey

Turkish PM won't back Iran sanctions

April 13th, 2010
03:12 PM ET

By Tom Evans; Sr. Writer, AMANPOUR.

Washington (CNN) - Turkey's prime minister declined to support President Barack Obama's push for tough new sanctions against Iran but said his country was willing to act as a mediator in the diplomatic standoff over Tehran's nuclear ambitions.

Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Turkey has had a strategic alliance with Iran since the 17th century and wants a diplomatic solution to end the deadlock. Erdogan spoke to CNN's Christiane Amanpour while in Washington to attend the Obama administration's summit on nuclear security, saying, "I believe that we can find a way out."

"I am here for a diplomatic solution," he said. Countries that are members of the International Atomic Energy Agency and the 1968 Non-Proliferation Treaty (NPT) "must all work together on this, and as (for) Turkey, we could act as a very important intermediary."

Turkey is a rotating member of the United Nations Security Council, which has demanded that Iran halt its nuclear fuel program. Iran has refused the demand and continued to produce enriched uranium, which in high concentrations can be used to produce a nuclear bomb.

Iran insists its nuclear program is for peaceful purposes, but the United States has accused it of trying to develop a nuclear bomb.

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