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Middle East expert Michael Lüders discusses the situation in Kobani, and how Turkey is responding to the "Islamic State."
The UN cultural agency had voiced "grave concern" for the World Heritage Site in Istanbul after it was changed from a museum to a mosque. Turkey said there was "no negative impact" to the building.
Almost all NATO troops have withdrawn from Afghanistan. Turkey wants to fill the gap and is offering itself as a new protecting power. But the Taliban are sending clear threats in Ankara's direction.
The Turkish Foreign Ministry says a decision made by the EU court to allow the banning of headscarves could increase prejudices against Muslim women.
Germany's government wants to start promoting COVID vaccinations for 12- to 17-year-olds, according to a draft plan. Giving the jab to this age group would go further than guidance from the country's vaccine regulator.
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