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Top German Politicians Call for End to EU-Turkey Talks

Bavaria's interior minister, Joachim Herrmann, has said talks on Ankara's accession to the EU should be immediately put to an end, not just paused. "We have to stop kidding ourselves: There are no common perspectives with the Turkey of Erdogan," he said.

Turkey Hits PKK Targets in Northern Iraq

Turkish warplanes have carried out airstrikes against the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) targets in the Ava┼čin-Basyan and Zap regions of northern Iraq.

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