Turkey is marking one year since army officers tried to topple President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. The coup was crushed within hours but it set a course that has fundamentally changed the country.
As Turkey's inflation hits its highest annual rate in 14 years, a small rate hike could be expected. But economic rationality and Erdogan’s politically coordinated cheap money boom have never been the best of bedfellows.
While Recep Erdogan visits Greece as the first Turkish head of state in 65 years to do so, Turks who recently fled reflect on what compelled them to go. Marianna Karakoulaki and Dimitris Tosidis report from Thessaloniki.
Turkey and Greece's leaders have publicly aired their grievances at an unusually candid press conference. The two NATO members are divided over a series of issues — some decades old, others much more recent.
Turkey has issued a warrant for the arrest of a former CIA officer, state media report. Officials accuse Graham Fuller, once a high-ranking US foreign intelligence agent, of having links to last year's failed coup.
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