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Ankara, Moscow work to normalize relations

A week ago, 45 people were killed in an attack on Istanbul’s Ataturk airport. Of those arrested, 13 suspects, including 10 Turkish nationals, have been charged over the deadliest suicide bombing in Turkey’s capital this year. In efforts to fight terrorism, Ankara and Moscow are also pushing forward normalization of bilateral ties, with leaders from both countries agreeing to meet in person to discuss security concerns.

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