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Monday

A music school wants to revive Turkish and Syrian connections through song

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Thursday

Syrian refugees in Turkey face racist attacks and the fear of deportation

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Saturday

Turkey plays a tough balancing act as it strengthens ties with Russia

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Thursday

Wednesday

Russian President Vladimir Putin meets with Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on the sidelines of the Sixth Summit of the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia in Astana, Kazakhstan, on Oct. 13. Vyacheslav Prokofyez/Sputnik/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

Turkey uses its influence with both Ukraine and Russia to get them to negotiate

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Sunday

Emergency personnel investigate the scene of Sunday's deadly explosion that occurred on Istanbul's Istiklal Avenue, a busy pedestrian thoroughfare. Burak Kara/Getty Images hide caption

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Turkey calls the blast in Istanbul an attack. At least 6 are dead

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Saturday

A boat operator ferries inspectors to the Tzarevich ship, which is carrying 10,000 metric tons of sunflower meal from Chornomorsk, Ukraine, to Bulgaria, on Oct. 6 in Istanbul. The ship stopped en route in the Marmara Sea in order to be checked by officials from the United Nations, Ukraine, Russia and Turkey. Danielle Villasana for NPR hide caption

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Photos: A close-up look at Ukraine grain export inspections

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Wednesday

What the inspection of a ship taught us about the deal helping stabilize food prices

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Ships, including those carrying grain from Ukraine and awaiting inspections, are seen anchored off the Istanbul coastline on Wednesday in Istanbul, Turkey. Chris McGrath/Getty Images hide caption

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Monday

Cargo ships loaded with grain in the anchorage area of the southern entrance to the Bosporus Strait in Istanbul on Monday. Ships left Ukrainian ports on Monday despite Russia's decision to pull out from a landmark deal designed to ease a global food crisis. Ozan Kose/AFP / Getty Images hide caption

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An intense global scramble is on to keep Ukraine grain deal alive, as Russia pulls out

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Russia faces backlash over threat to pull out of grain deal

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Sunday

A ship passes through the Bosphorus strait on October 14, 2022 in Istanbul, Turkey. Chris McGrath/Getty Images hide caption

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Western leaders blast Russia's exit from grain deal that's helped ease global hunger

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Sunday

Tourists, coming mainly from Russia, at the arrival terminal at Antalya International Airport in the Mediterranean resort city of Antalya on Sept. 22, the day after Russian President Vladimir Putin announced a draft for Ukraine. Kaan Soyturk/Reuters hide caption

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Thousands of Russians continue to arrive in Turkey, fleeing conscription

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