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U.S. Charges 4 Turks With Conspiring to Violate Iran Sanctions

U.S. Charges 4 Turks With Conspiring to Violate Iran Sanctions

Reza Zarrab, center, in Istanbul in 2013. Mr. Zarrab has been accused of conspiring to violate the United States’ sanctions against Iran.
Mass Trial Over Turkey’s Coup Plot Becomes an Arena of Emotion

Mass Trial Over Turkey’s Coup Plot Becomes an Arena of Emotion

Soldiers accused of participating in the failed coup last year were escorted to a hearing in Ankara in August.
In Turkey’s New Curriculum, Ataturk, Darwin and Jihad Get Face-Lifts

In Turkey’s New Curriculum, Ataturk, Darwin and Jihad Get Face-Lifts

Schoolchildren visited the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, the founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara, in March.
Turkey Sentences 40 to Life in Coup Attempt Against Erdogan

Turkey Sentences 40 to Life in Coup Attempt Against Erdogan

An unidentified soldier, accused of attempting to assassinate President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in a 2016 failed coup attempt, was escorted from court on Wednesday in Mugla, Turkey.
Americans Jailed After Failed Coup in Turkey Are Hostages to Politics

Americans Jailed After Failed Coup in Turkey Are Hostages to Politics

Kubra Golge described the arrest of her husband, Serkan Golge, an American citizen and NASA scientist, as being like an amputation.
Americans Jailed After Failed Coup in Turkey Are Hostages to Politics

Americans Jailed After Failed Coup in Turkey Are Hostages to Politics

Kubra Golge described the arrest of her husband, Serkan Golge, an American citizen and NASA scientist, as being like an amputation.
U.S. and Turkey Try to Prevent a Diplomatic Dispute From Growing

U.S. and Turkey Try to Prevent a Diplomatic Dispute From Growing

The United States Consulate in Istanbul on Monday. A Turkish employee of the consulate was arrested last week on charges related to a failed coup last year.
U.S. and Turkey Try to Prevent a Diplomatic Dispute From Growing

U.S. and Turkey Try to Prevent a Diplomatic Dispute From Growing

The United States Consulate in Istanbul on Monday. A Turkish employee of the consulate was arrested last week on charges related to a failed coup last year.
Turkish President Erdogan Blames U.S. Ambassador for Visa Row

Turkish President Erdogan Blames U.S. Ambassador for Visa Row

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, during a visit to Serbia on Tuesday, blamed the American ambassador to Turkey for the diplomatic dispute.
The Saturday Profile: After a Turkish Prison, the Potent Symbol of a Lingering Kiss

The Saturday Profile: After a Turkish Prison, the Potent Symbol of a Lingering Kiss

Kadri Gursel with his wife after being released from prison. Their kiss has become a symbol of freedom in Turkey.
The Talk of Turkey? A Politically Charged Trial in New York

The Talk of Turkey? A Politically Charged Trial in New York

Reza Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian businessman accused of conspiracy to violate United States sanctions against Iran, is scheduled to go on trial in New York on Monday.
The Talk of Turkey? A Politically Charged Trial in New York

The Talk of Turkey? A Politically Charged Trial in New York

Reza Zarrab, a Turkish-Iranian businessman accused of conspiracy to violate United States sanctions against Iran, is scheduled to go on trial in New York on Monday.
At Iran Sanctions Trial: A Star Witness Revealed, and a Sleepy Juror

At Iran Sanctions Trial: A Star Witness Revealed, and a Sleepy Juror

Reza Zarrab in Istanbul in 2013. He has testified in a New York trial about how he carried out a scheme to smuggle Turkish gold for Iranian oil.
Judge in Sanctions Case Dismisses a ‘Conspiracy Theory’
Amnesty International Official in Turkey Ordered Released but Remains in Jail

Amnesty International Official in Turkey Ordered Released but Remains in Jail

Activists in Berlin last year urged Turkey to free Taner Kilic, chairman of Amnesty International in Turkey, who was detained on terrorism charges. An Istanbul court on Wednesday ordered Mr. Kilic
Turkish Secret Agents Seized 80 People in 18 Countries, Official Says

Turkish Secret Agents Seized 80 People in 18 Countries, Official Says

Supporters of Turkey’s president waved Turkish flags last year during the first anniversary of a failed coup in 2016.
Turkey Rebuffs U.S. Appeals Over Detained American Pastor

Turkey Rebuffs U.S. Appeals Over Detained American Pastor

Soldiers on Monday at the entrance of the Turkish court complex where an American pastor, Andrew Brunson, is being tried on charges of aiding terrorist groups.
Turkish Court Convicts 13 From Cumhuriyet Newspaper on Terrorism Charges

Turkish Court Convicts 13 From Cumhuriyet Newspaper on Terrorism Charges

Security was tight this week in Istanbul for the trial of journalists and managers from Cumhuriyet, Turkey’s oldest independent newspaper.
The Famous Soccer Player Hiding in Plain Sight in a California Bakery

The Famous Soccer Player Hiding in Plain Sight in a California Bakery

The former soccer player Hakan Sukur, exiled from Turkey, is a part-owner of Tuts Bakery and Cafe in Palo Alto, Calif.
The Famous Soccer Player Hiding in Plain Sight in a California Bakery

The Famous Soccer Player Hiding in Plain Sight in a California Bakery

The former soccer player Hakan Sukur, exiled from Turkey, is a part-owner of Tuts Bakery and Cafe in Palo Alto, Calif.