CNN - World:Terrorists attack Burkina Faso restaurant
Security forces in Burkina Faso have ended an operation against terrorists who attacked a Turkish cafe in the capital Ouagadougou Sunday that left 18 dead including two attackers, the communications minister Remis Dandjinou said Monday.
NPR - World News:In Turkey, Syrian Workers Struggle To Obtain Official Employment
Turkey hosts about 3 million refugees from Syria and most work in jobs off-the-books for little pay. A government plan to bring them into the formal market has barely taken hold.
NPR - World News:For Syrian Refugees In Turkey, A Long Road To Regular Employment
Many of the Syrians in Turkey are educated professionals who are under-employed, working off the books for low pay. A government program is trying to change that, but things are moving slowly.
NPR - World News:At Least 20 Dead After Gunmen Attack Restaurant In Burkina Faso
Gunmen on motorcycles attacked a Turkish restaurant in the West African nation of Burkina Faso popular with westerners. The government says 20 people were killed. An attack last year on a cafe nearby killed 30 people.
NPR - World News:Tensions Escalate Between Turkey And Germany
Turkey and Germany have been close allies and around 3 million Turks live in Germany. But recently a rift has developed, and it's complicated by Turkey's ongoing purge following a failed coup.
NPR - World News:Turkish Businesses Snagged In Government's Post-Coup Crackdown
Over the past year, Ankara has expropriated nearly 1,000 Turkish companies — from carpet makers to a popular brand of baklava. They're accused of having ties to organizers of last year's failed coup.
NPR - World News:Turkey Continues Crackdown With Mass Trial
Turkey continues its purge and crackdown following last year's failed coup attempt, this time with a mass trial of nearly 500 defendants.
NPR - World News:Nearly 500 People On Trial In Turkey Over Failed Coup
Charges include murder, violating the constitution and attempting to kill the president. They could face life in prison. The cleric Turkey claims is the coup's leader is being tried in absentia.
NPR - World News:Turkish State New Agency Reveals Locations Of U.S. Troops In Syria
NPR's Kelly McEvers speaks with Roy Gutman, a freelance reporter based in Istanbul, about his article in the Daily Beast about Turkey's leak of secret locations of U.S. troops in Syria.
NPR - World News:Trial Opens For Opposition Journalists In Turkey
In Turkey, which is in a state of emergency, the purge continues. Seventeen journalists are on trial amid the government's broader crackdown on the media.
NPR - World News:News Brief: Trump Urges Repeal Of Obamacare, Turkish Journalists On Trial
President Trump pressures Senate Republicans to keep their promise to repeal and replace the Affordable Care Act. In Turkey, 17 journalists from the country's oldest independent newspaper go on trial.
CNN - World:Erdogan will regret alienating Merkel
Over the past few months, relations between Turkey and Germany have become increasingly fraught.
NPR - World News:Turkey Uses Coup Attempt Anniversary To Justify Continued Crackdown
The Turkish government is using today's anniversary of the failed coup attempt one year ago to continue calls for vigilance and the sweeping purge led by the country's president.