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Metin Kaplan's "Caliphate State" was banned in Germany after the 9/11 attacks.

German Minister Pursues "Caliph of Cologne" Extradition in Turkey

photo: AP

Has the World Changed Since September 11th?

A civil rights activist's nightmare - a European Big Brother

Civil Rights after September 11th

Preventing Conflict through Cultural and Educational Exchange

Nadeem Elyas, Chairman of the Central Council of Muslims in Germany

A Religion Under Investigation

Pupils in Germany, Foto: Bilderbox

Kids and September 11 - Two Years On

Germany is home to almost two million Turks.

Turkish Leader Hopes Berlin Will Support EU Bid

Foto: AP, oil pumping station in Kirkuk, Iraq

German Industry Confident of Role in Iraqi Reconstruction

Turkish fast food faces EU scrutiny as the country scrambles to get into the bloc.

Turks Troubled By Possibility of Tripe Ban

Foto: AP

German Companies Get Serious about Iraq

Germany is home to almost two million Turks.

Turkish Leader Hopes Berlin Will Support EU Bid

Schröder: No German troops to Iraq

Karim, Hanin and Battuta's counterparts - Ernie and Bert from Sesame Street

Curfew on Sesame Street

European Mobile Giants Excluded From Iraq

Turkey's Sertab Erener, center, won the Eurovision Song Contest in Latvia.

Turkey Takes the Cultural Road to the EU

Aid Organizations Criticize Germany's Afghanistan Plans

Turkish parliament in Ankara, Foto: AP

EU Welcomes New Brake on Turkish Army's Power

Humanitarian Aid – a New Political and Military Tool?

Otto Schily, Germany's Minister of the Interior; Photo: AP

Otto Schily

Islamic Culture Needs Universal Democratic Values Too

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