President Obama revitalizes ties with Turkey during two-day tour

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Tuesday, April 07, 2009

President Obama revitalizes ties with Turkey during two-day tour

It is the second full day of President Obama's visit to Turkey, the last stop on an eight-day European tour that included stops at the G-20 summit and the NATO 60th anniversary meetin...

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