"Protesters clash with police"
"The Standing Man"
"Hand in Hand for Peace"
In addition to seizing large parts of Syria and Iraq, the self-declared Islamic State is also trying to recruit members from around the world. But there are some who are now trying to disassociate themselves from the terrorist group.
Turkey is monitoring the ISIL crisis in neighboring Syria, despite conflicting claims about how involved it will be in the fight.
The fight against ISIL terrorists is escalating as the US-led coalition increased airstrikes. Amid street battles with Kurdish forces, ISIL has called for reinforcements.
Fighting intensifies in the town of Kobane along the Turkey-Syria border. A large section is now under the control of ISIL.
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"Mass media is silent"
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"Governor says medical water was used"
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In addition to seizing large parts of Syria and Iraq, the self-declared Islamic State is also recruiting members from around the world. However, there are some who are now trying to break-free of the terrorist group.
The crisis in Kobane has caused thousands of Syrians to cross into the bordering Turkish town of Suruc. In fear of their lives, they flee with no more than the clothes on their backs. Yet for Syrian refugees in Suruc, life continues to be a battle.
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Turkish weekly entertainment program
Remembering Muhammed Girgin, one of the many miners who lost their lives at Soma.
The Ukrainian government has passed a bill offering amnesty to anti-government protesters; however, the offer only stands if protesters step down.
CCTV's Michal Bardavid reports from Kiev on the recent violent events in Ukraine.
The incident is now the worst mining disaster in the country's history
Taking a look at the other side of the barricades - at the life of the Ukrainian Police.
Four days after the worst mining disaster in Turkey's history, Ankara and mining officials strongly deny accusations of negligence. While the death toll from the mine explosion stands at 292. Up to ten miners are still missing.
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