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TURKEY-/
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June 24, 2008
From L to R (front row) Turkey's Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan,...
Ankara, Turkey
Officials pose after a ceremony of the Turkish Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter Programme...
From L to R (front row) Turkey's Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan, Italian Foreign Minister Franco Frattini and Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul pose for a picture next to officials at the end of the ceremony of the Turkish Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter Programme in Ankara June 24, 2008. Agusta Westland, a unit of Italian defence and aerospace group Finmeccanica, was announced as the bidder of the Turkish Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter Programme in 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/
RTX7ACU
June 24, 2008
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a review...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's PM Erdogan talks to Chief of Staff General Buyukanit in Ankara
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a review ceremony of the Turkish Attack and Tactical Reconnaissance Helicopter Programme in Ankara June 24, 2008. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-BUYUKANIT/
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June 23, 2008
Turkey's Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit waves as he leaves an opening ceremony of a military...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit waves as he leaves an opening ceremony of a military...
Turkey's Chief of General Staff Yasar Buyukanit waves as he leaves an opening ceremony of a military building for sport activities in Ankara June 23, 2008. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-GREECE/
RTX66AT
May 26, 2008
Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (R) and his Greek counterpart General Dimitrios Grapsas...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Chief of Staff General Buyukanit and his Greek counterpart General Grapsas pose before a meeting...
Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (R) and his Greek counterpart General Dimitrios Grapsas (L) pose before a meeting in Ankara May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-GREECE/
RTX66AR
May 26, 2008
Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) and his Greek counterpart General Dimitrios Grapsas...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Chief of Staff General Buyukanit and his Greek counterpart General Grapsas review a guard of...
Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) and his Greek counterpart General Dimitrios Grapsas (R) review a guard of honour during a welcoming ceremony in Ankara May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-GREECE/
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May 26, 2008
Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) and his Greek counterpart General Dimitrios Grapsas...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Chief of Staff General Buyukanit and his Greek counterpart General Grapsas review a guard of...
Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) and his Greek counterpart General Dimitrios Grapsas (R) review a guard of honour during a welcoming ceremony in Ankara May 26, 2008. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-BUYUKANIT/
RTR1Y46N
March 10, 2008
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit attends the Global Terrorism and International...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Buyukanit attends a meeting in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit attends the Global Terrorism and International Cooperation Symposium in Ankara March 10, 2008. Buyukanit will address the symposium organised by the Turkish Army. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-BUYUKANIT/
RTR1Y46M
March 10, 2008
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) attends the Global Terrorism and International...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Buyukanit attends a meeting in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) attends the Global Terrorism and International Cooperation Symposium in Ankara March 10, 2008. Buyukanit will address the symposium organised by the Turkish Army. From L-R: Turkey's State Minister Cemil Cicek, retired general Dogan Gures, Buyukanit, retired general Hilmi Ozkok and Turkey's Defense Minister Vecdi Gonul. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-BUYUKANIT/
RTR1Y46I
March 10, 2008
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C), flanked by retired generals Dogan Gures...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Buyukanit attends a meeting in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C), flanked by retired generals Dogan Gures (L) and Hilmi Ozkok (R), attends the Global Terrorism and International Cooperation Symposium in Ankara March 10, 2008. Buyukanit will address the symposium, which is organised by Turkish Army, in the Turkish capital. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/BUYUKANIT
RTR1XTZE
March 03, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front) addresses the media during a news conference...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front) addresses the media during a news conference about the recent army offensive against the Kurdish PKK rebels in northern Iraq, in Ankara March 3, 2008, as he is flanked by top army generals. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/BUYUKANIT
RTR1XTZA
March 03, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media during a news conference about the...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media during a news conference about the recent army offensive against the Kurdish PKK rebels in northern Iraq, in Ankara March 3, 2008. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/BUYUKANIT
RTR1XTZ1
March 03, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) addresses the media during a news conference about...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) addresses the media during a news conference about the recent army offensive against the Kurdish PKK rebels in northern Iraq, in Ankara March 3, 2008, as he is flanked by Land Forces Commander General Ilker Basbug (L), Sea Forces Commander Admiral Metin Atac (R) and top army generals. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/GATES
RTR1XP0T
February 28, 2008
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates (L) prepares to shake hands with Turkey's Chief of General Staff...
Ankara, Turkey
U.S. Defense Secretary Gates prepares to shake hands with Chief of General Staff General Buyukanit before...
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates (L) prepares to shake hands with Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit before a meeting in Ankara February 28, 2008. Turkey has given no clear timeframe for ending its military operations against Kurdish PKK rebels in northern Iraq, Gates said on Thursday after talks with Turkish officials. Gates also reiterated Washington's call for the operation, now in its seventh day, to be as short and carefully targeted as possible. REUTERS/Mark Wilson/Pool (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/GATES
RTR1XOZX
February 28, 2008
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates (L) shakes hands with Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar...
Ankara, Turkey
U.S. Defense Secretary Gates shakes hands with Chief of General Staff General Buyukanit before a meeting...
U.S. Defense Secretary Robert Gates (L) shakes hands with Turkey's Chief of General Staff General Yasar Buyukanit before a meeting in Ankara February 28, 2008. Turkey has given no clear timeframe for ending its military operations against Kurdish PKK rebels in northern Iraq, Gates said on Thursday after talks with Turkish officials. Gates also reiterated Washington's call for the operation, now in its seventh day, to be as short and carefully targeted as possible. REUTERS/Mark Wilson/Pool (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/
RTR1XOQH
February 28, 2008
(L to R) Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit, Parliamentary Speaker Koksal Toptan, President...
Ankara, Turkey
Top Turkish officials pray during the funeral of fallen Turkish soldier Huseyin Dogan at Kocatepe Mosque...
(L to R) Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit, Parliamentary Speaker Koksal Toptan, President Abdullah Gul, Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and main opposition People's Republic Party leader Deniz Baykal pray during the funeral of fallen Turkish soldier Huseyin Dogan at Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara February 28, 2008. Dogan was one of the soldiers killed in clashes with Kurdish PKK rebels during the military offensive in northern Iraq. The United States urged NATO ally Turkey on Thursday to end its offensive against Kurdish PKK rebels in northern Iraq swiftly, but said it would not threaten to withdraw intelligence help.
REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/
RTR1XK7Y
February 25, 2008
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (R) talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) during the funeral...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during the funeral of...
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (R) talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) during the funeral of Turkish army officers Zafer Kilic, Tekin Isik and Gurcan Ulucan at Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara February 25, 2008. Kilic, Isik and Ulucan were three of the soldiers killed in clashes with Kurdish PKK rebels during military offensive in northern Iraq. Iraq fears that a prolonged Turkish incursion into northern Iraq could trigger clashes between Turkish troops and Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga security forces, the country's national security adviser said on Monday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/
RTR1XK7H
February 25, 2008
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (R), Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L), Parliamentary Speaker Koksal...
Ankara, Turkey
Top Turkish officials attend the funeral of three army officials in Ankara
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (R), Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L), Parliamentary Speaker Koksal Toptan (2nd L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (2nd R) pray during the funeral of Turkish army officers Zafer Kilic, Tekin Isik and Gurcan Ulucan at Kocatepe Mosque in Ankara February 25, 2008. Kilic, Isik and Ulucan were three of the soldiers killed in clashes with Kurdish PKK rebels during military offensive in northern Iraq. Iraq fears that a prolonged Turkish incursion into northern Iraq could trigger clashes between Turkish troops and Iraqi Kurdish Peshmerga security forces, the country's national security adviser said on Monday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-HEADSCARF/ARMY
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January 30, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara January 30, 2008. Turkey's...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara January 30, 2008. Turkey's top general on Wednesday tacitly reiterated the army's opposition to women wearing the Muslim headscarf at university, a day after the religiously oriented government proposed easing a ban on the attire.REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-HEADSCARF/BUYUKANIT
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January 30, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara January 30, 2008. Buyukanit...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media in Ankara January 30, 2008. Buyukanit tacitly reiterated on Wednesday the army's tough stance on separation of state and religion as controversy rages over government plans to ease a ban on the Muslim headscarf. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-EXPLOSION/
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January 05, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (2nd R) visits Captain Adem Yazar, one of the army personnel...
Diyarbakir, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit visits Captain Adem Yazar at a military hospital in the...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (2nd R) visits Captain Adem Yazar, one of the army personnel wounded during Thursday's explosion, at a military hospital in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir, January 5, 2008. The bomb, which exploded in the centre of Diyarbakir on Thursday evening, targeted a military service vehicle that had been carrying 46 army personnel as it passed near a school. The death toll has risen to five, including three children, and the number of injured stands at 110, security sources said on Friday. Also pictured are Land Forces Commander General Ilker Basbug (L), Sea Forces Commander Admiral Muzaffer Metin Atac (R) and Air Forces Commander General Aydogan Babaoglu (2nd L). REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-EXPLOSION/
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January 05, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) visits Captain Adem Yazar, one of the army personnel...
Diyarbakir, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit visits Captain Adem Yazar in the southeastern Turkish...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) visits Captain Adem Yazar, one of the army personnel wounded during Thursday's explosion, at a military hospital in the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir, January 5, 2008. The bomb, which exploded in the centre of Diyarbakir on Thursday evening, targeted a military service vehicle that had been carrying 46 army personnel as it passed near a school. The death toll has risen to five, including three children, and the number of injured stands at 110, security sources said on Friday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-EXPLOSION/
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January 04, 2008
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media during his visit to the southeastern...
Diyarbakir, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media during his visit to the southeastern...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit addresses the media during his visit to the southeastern Turkish city of Diyarbakir January 4, 2008. The death toll from a bomb explosion in southeast Turkey's largest city has risen to five, including three children, and the number of injured stands at 110, security sources said on Friday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-KURDS/BUYUKANIT
RTX4MXP
December 11, 2007
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) attends a conference flanked by Sea Forces Commander...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit attends a symposium in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) attends a conference flanked by Sea Forces Commander General Muzaffer Metin Atac (L) and Air Force Commander General Aydogan Babaoglu (R) in Ankara December 11, 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/
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November 29, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (4th L) chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council in Ankara
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (4th L) chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (5th L), Defence Minister Vecdi Gonul (3rd L) and top military officials in Ankara November 29, 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-IRAQ/
RTX7W1
November 11, 2007
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against the possible Turkish operation...
Nusaybin, Turkey
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against possible Turkish operation...
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against the possible Turkish operation against the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in northern Iraq, in the south-eastern border town of Nusaybin November 11, 2007. It is not too late for Turkey's military to carry out a full-scale cross-border operation into northern Iraq, the head of Turkey's armed forces chief General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted as saying by daily Hurriyet on Saturday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/OPERATION
RTX7VV
November 11, 2007
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs and hold portraits of jailed Kurdistan Workers Party...
Nusaybin, Turkey
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against possible Turkish operation...
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs and hold portraits of jailed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Ocalan during a rally against the possible Turkish operation against the PKK in northern Iraq, in the south-eastern border town of Nusaybin November 11, 2007. It is not too late for Turkey's military to carry out a full-scale cross-border operation into northern Iraq, the head of Turkey's armed forces chief General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted as saying by daily Hurriyet on Saturday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/OPERATION
RTX7TN
November 11, 2007
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against the possible Turkish operation...
Nusaybin, Turkey
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against possible Turkish operation...
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against the possible Turkish operation against the PKK in northern Iraq, in the south-eastern border town of Nusaybin November 11, 2007. It is not too late for Turkey's military to carry out a full-scale cross-border operation into northern Iraq, the head of Turkey's armed forces chief General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted as saying by daily Hurriyet on Saturday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/OPERATION
RTX7TH
November 11, 2007
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs and hold portraits of jailed Kurdistan Workers Party...
Nusaybin, Turkey
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs during a rally against possible Turkish operation...
Kurdish supporters of DTP party flash victory signs and hold portraits of jailed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Ocalan during a rally against the possible Turkish operation against the PKK in northern Iraq, in the south-eastern border town of Nusaybin November 11, 2007. It is not too late for Turkey's military to carry out a full-scale cross-border operation into northern Iraq, the head of Turkey's armed forces chief General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted as saying by daily Hurriyet on Saturday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/OPERATIONS
RTX7FD
November 11, 2007
A Turkish soldier patrols a road in the south-eastern Turkish province of Sirnak, bordering Iraq, November...
Sirnak, Turkey
A Turkish soldier patrols a road in south-eastern Turkish province of Sirnak
A Turkish soldier patrols a road in the south-eastern Turkish province of Sirnak, bordering Iraq, November 11, 2007. It is not too late for Turkey's military to carry out a full-scale cross-border operation into northern Iraq, the head of Turkey's armed forces chief General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted as saying by daily Hurriyet on Saturday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (TURKEY)
TURKEY/MILITARY/OPERATION
RTX7FB
November 11, 2007
A Turkish soldier patrols a road surrounded by mountains in the south-eastern Turkish province of Sirnak,...
Sirnak, Turkey
A Turkish soldier patrols a road surrounded by mountains in south-eastern Turkish province of Sirnak
A Turkish soldier patrols a road surrounded by mountains in the south-eastern Turkish province of Sirnak, bordering Iraq, November 11, 2007. It is not too late for Turkey's military to carry out a full-scale cross-border operation into northern Iraq, the head of Turkey's armed forces chief General Yasar Buyukanit was quoted as saying by daily Hurriyet on Saturday. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (TURKEY)
TURKEY-KURDS/ERDOGAN
RTR1V6I9
October 21, 2007
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media in Ankara, late 21 October, 2007. Erdogan said...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media in Ankara
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media in Ankara, late 21 October, 2007. Erdogan said on Sunday U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice had asked Turkey not to take action against Kurdish rebels for a few days, following a rebel ambush that killed Turkish troops. President Abdullah Gul, Erdogan and military chief General Yasar Buyukanit earlier held emergency talks on Turkey's response to the killing of 17 soldiers by Kurdish rebels. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-KURDS/ERDOGAN
RTR1V6I5
October 21, 2007
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media in Ankara, late 21 October, 2007. Erdogan said...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media in Ankara
Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan addresses the media in Ankara, late 21 October, 2007. Erdogan said on Sunday U.S. Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice had asked Turkey not to take action against Kurdish rebels for a few days, following a rebel ambush that killed Turkish troops. President Abdullah Gul, Erdogan and military chief General Yasar Buyukanit earlier held emergency talks on Turkey's response to the killing of 17 soldiers by Kurdish rebels. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-PRESIDENT/GUL
RTR1TOGR
September 10, 2007
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (R) pose to the media...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit pose to the media prior to...
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (R) pose to the media prior to a meeting in Ankara September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-PRESIDENT/GUL
RTR1TOG7
September 10, 2007
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit pose for the media prior...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit pose for the media prior to...
Turkey's President Abdullah Gul (L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit pose for the media prior to a meeting in Ankara September 10, 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-PRESIDENT/
RTR1TABZ
August 31, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) talks with Filiz Buyukanit (C), wife of Chief of Staff General...
Istanbul, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul talks with Filiz Buyukanit wife of Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanitduring...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) talks with Filiz Buyukanit (C), wife of Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (R), during a graduation ceremony at the Sea Force war academy in Istanbul August 31, 2007. REUTERS/Osman Orsal (TURKEY)
TURKEY/
RTR1TA2E
August 31, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul accompanied by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit watches the...
Kayseri, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul accompanied by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit watches the...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul accompanied by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit watches the newly graduated air force cadets during their graduation ceremony at the Air Force war academy in Istanbul August 31, 2007. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas(TURKEY)
TURKEY/
RTR1TA26
August 31, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul watches the newly graduated air force cadets while Chief of Staff...
Kayseri, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul watches the newly graduated air force cadets while Chief of Staff...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul watches the newly graduated air force cadets while Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) sits behind him during their graduation ceremony at the Air Force war academy in Istanbul August 31, 2007. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas(TURKEY)
TURKEY/
RTR1T9SB
August 31, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) talks with Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during...
Kayseri, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul talks with Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) talks with Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a graduation ceremony for 965 cadets at the Air Force war academy in Istanbul August 31, 2007. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas(TURKEY)
TURKEY/
RTR1T9RY
August 31, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) talks with Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during...
Kayseri, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul talks with Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) talks with Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a graduation ceremony for 965 cadets at the Air Force war academy in Istanbul August 31, 2007. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas (TURKEY)
TURKEY/
RTR1T9QZ
August 31, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) sings the national anthem beside Turkish Chief of Staff General...
Kayseri, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul sings the national anthem beside Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (L) sings the national anthem beside Turkish Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a ceremony at the Air Force war academy in Istanbul August 31, 2007. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas(TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/
RTR1T98M
August 30, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (C) and Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) listen to Chief of Staff...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's President Gul and Prime Minister Erdogan listen to Chief of Staff General Buyukanit in Ankara...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (C) and Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) listen to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a reception marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. Turkey's military, stern upholders of secularism, failed to keep former Islamist Gul from winning the presidency, but it is likely to try to make life difficult for him and the ruling AK Party. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/
RTR1T8OO
August 30, 2007
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front C), Land Forces Commander General Ilker Basbug...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's top army generals visit the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk during a ceremony marking the...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front C), Land Forces Commander General Ilker Basbug (front L), Sea Forces Commander Admiral Muzaffer Metin Atac (front R) and top army generals visit the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk during a ceremony marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/PRESIDENT GUL
RTR1T8ON
August 30, 2007
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front) visits the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit visits the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk during...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front) visits the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk during a ceremony marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. Turkey's military, stern upholders of secularism, failed to keep former Islamist Abdullah Gul from winning the presidency, but it is likely to try to make life difficult for him and the ruling AK Party. Almost no one expects a military coup, given the strong support for the Islamist-rooted AK Party in general elections in July, and it may be that only a series of blunders by the ruling party would give the army cause to go beyond vocal criticism. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/PRESIDENT GUL
RTR1T8NM
August 30, 2007
Turkey's President-elect Abdullah Gul (2nd R) talks to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) as Chief of...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul talks to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan during a parade marking the...
Turkey's President-elect Abdullah Gul (2nd R) talks to Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) as Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (2nd L) talks to Parliament Speaker Koksal Toptan (L) during a parade marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. Turkey's military, stern upholders of secularism, failed to keep former Islamist Abdullah Gul from winning the presidency, but it is likely to try to make life difficult for him and the ruling AK Party. Almost no one expects a military coup, given the strong support for the Islamist-rooted AK Party in general elections in July, and it may be that only a series of blunders by the ruling party would give the army cause to go beyond vocal criticism. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/PRESIDENT GUL
RTR1T8NB
August 30, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (R) reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (R) reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a parade marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. Turkey's military, stern upholders of secularism, failed to keep former Islamist Abdullah Gul from winning the presidency, but it is likely to try to make life difficult for him and the ruling AK Party. Almost no one expects a military coup, given the strong support for the Islamist-rooted AK Party in general elections in July, and it may be that only a series of blunders by the ruling party would give the army cause to go beyond vocal criticism. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/PRESIDENT GUL
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August 30, 2007
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (R) reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar...
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul (R) reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit during a parade marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. Turkey's military, stern upholders of secularism, failed to keep former Islamist Abdullah Gul from winning the presidency, but it is likely to try to make life difficult for him and the ruling AK Party. Almost no one expects a military coup, given the strong support for the Islamist-rooted AK Party in general elections in July, and it may be that only a series of blunders by the ruling party would give the army cause to go beyond vocal criticism. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-MILITARY/PRESIDENT GUL
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August 30, 2007
Turkey's President-elect Abdullah Gul (front C) reviews soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's new President Abdullah Gul reviews the soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar...
Turkey's President-elect Abdullah Gul (front C) reviews soldiers as he is flanked by Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (front L) and Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (front R) during a parade marking the 85th anniversary of Victory Day in Ankara August 30, 2007. Turkey's military, stern upholders of secularism, failed to keep former Islamist Abdullah Gul from winning the presidency, but it is likely to try to make life difficult for him and the ruling AK Party. Almost no one expects a military coup, given the strong support for the Islamist-rooted AK Party in general elections in July, and it may be that only a series of blunders by the ruling party would give the army cause to go beyond vocal criticism. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-PRESIDENT/
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August 29, 2007
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul (2nd R) attends the graduation ceremony of the Military...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's newly elected President Gul attends graduation ceremony of Military Medical School in Ankara...
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul (2nd R) attends the graduation ceremony of the Military Medical School in Ankara August 29, 2007. Gul is flanked by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R), Parliament Speaker Koksal Toptan (3rd R), Toptan's wife Saime Toptan (3rd L), Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) and Buyukanit's wife Filiz Buyukanit (2nd L). Gul was sworn in as Turkey's president on Tuesday despite the objections of a powerful military that fears a creeping subversion of the country's secular order under the former Islamist. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
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August 29, 2007
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul (front L) arrives for the graduation ceremony of the Military...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's newly elected President Gul arrives for graduation ceremony of Military Medical School in Ankara...
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul (front L) arrives for the graduation ceremony of the Military Medical School in Ankara August 29, 2007, as Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (back R)stands behind him. Gul was sworn in as Turkey's president on Tuesday despite the objections of a powerful military that fears a creeping subversion of the country's secular order under the former Islamist. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-PRESIDENT/
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August 29, 2007
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul (2nd R) attends the graduation ceremony of the Military...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul attends graduation ceremony of Military Medical School...
Turkey's newly elected President Abdullah Gul (2nd R) attends the graduation ceremony of the Military Medical School in Ankara August 29, 2007. Gul is flanked by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R), Parliament Speaker Koksal Toptan (3rd R), Toptan's wife Saime Toptan (3rd L), Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) and Buyukanit's wife Filiz Buyukanit (2nd L). Gul was sworn in as Turkey's president on Tuesday despite the objections of a powerful military that fears a creeping subversion of the country's secular order under the former Islamist. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-PRESIDENT/
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August 24, 2007
Turkey's President Ahmet Necdet Sezer (R) reviews an honour guard with Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's President Sezer reviews an honour guard with Chief of Staff General Buyukanit as he makes a...
Turkey's President Ahmet Necdet Sezer (R) reviews an honour guard with Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) as he makes a farewell visit in Ankara August 24, 2007. Turkey's new parliament continue voting on Friday in a presidential election which Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul is set to win months after the country's secular elite blocked the former Islamist's first bid. Friday's vote is the second of up to four rounds and Gul, 56, is likely to be elected in the third session on Aug. 28 when he needs only a simple majority -- which the AK Party has. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/
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August 01, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General Buyukanit...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (L) at the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara August 1, 2007. Erdogan chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council on Wednesday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/BUYUKANIT
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August 01, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (rear C) attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General Buyukanit...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (rear C) attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (rear L) at the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara August 1, 2007. Erdogan chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council on Wednesday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/
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August 01, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General Buyukanit...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) attends a wreath-laying ceremony with his Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C) at the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara August 1, 2007. Erdogan chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council on Wednesday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/BUYKANIT
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August 01, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (back) smiles as he talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan smiles as he talks to Chief of Staff General Buyukanit as they leave...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (back) smiles as he talks to Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit as they leave the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, after a wreath-laying ceremony in Ankara August 1, 2007. Erdogan chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council on Wednesday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ERDOGAN/BUYUKANIT
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August 01, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) walks beside Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (rear...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Erdogan walks beside Chief of Staff General Buyukanit as he attends a wreath-laying...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (R) walks beside Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (rear L) as he attends a wreath-laying ceremony at the mausoleum of Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey, in Ankara August 1, 2007. Erdogan chairs the annual meeting of the High Military Council on Wednesday. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY/
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August 01, 2007
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit attend the annual...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit attend to the annual...
Turkey's Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan (L) and Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit attend the annual meeting of the High Military Council in Ankara August 1, 2007. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ELECTION/
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July 22, 2007
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit casts his vote in early parliamentary elections at a...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Buyukanit casts vote in early parliamentary elections in Ankara
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit casts his vote in early parliamentary elections at a voting centre in a primary school in Ankara July 22, 2007. Turks began voting on Sunday in a parliamentary election pitting the ruling Islamist-rooted AK Party against nationalists who disagree strongly over the future path of the rigidly secular Muslim country. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-ELECTION/
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July 22, 2007
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit casts his vote in early parliamentary elections at a...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit casts his vote in early parliamentary elections at a...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit casts his vote in early parliamentary elections at a voting centre in a primary school in Ankara July 22, 2007. Turks began voting on Sunday in a parliamentary election pitting the ruling Islamist-rooted AK Party against nationalists who disagree strongly over the future path of the rigidly secular Muslim country. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
TURKEY-FUNERAL/
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June 09, 2007
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C), Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul (L) and top officials...
Ankara, Turkey
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Buyukanit, Foreign Minister Gul and top officials greet the coffin of...
Turkey's Chief of Staff General Yasar Buyukanit (C), Foreign Minister Abdullah Gul (L) and top officials greet the coffin of Kadir Yalcin, one of the four Turkish troops killed in southeast Turkey, during his funeral in Ankara June 9, 2007. Four Turkish troops were killed when a mine exploded in southeast Turkey on Thursday, security sources said, blaming the blast on Kurdish rebels. REUTERS/Umit Bektas (TURKEY)
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