Turkey's president comes to Washington, but it's his bodyguards who leave a mark. Vladimir Putin says he can prove President Trump did not give secrets to Russia. And it's a pilgrimage of sorts as Donald Trump prepares to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican.
Turkey’s president comes to Washington, but it’s his bodyguards who leave a mark. Vladimir Putin says he can prove President Trump did not give secrets to Russia. And it’s a pilgrimage of sorts as Donald Trump prepares to visit Saudi Arabia, Israel and the Vatican.
- Edward Luce Chief U.S. columnist and commentator, Financial Times; his latest book is "The Retreat of Western Liberalism"
- Elise Labott Global affairs correspondent, CNN
- Nathan Guttman Washington correspondent, Israeli Public TV and The Forward
- Mehmet Toroglu Turkish reporter, Voice of America
- Paulina Villegas Reporter, Mexico City bureau, The New York Times
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Violence Erupts Outside The Turkish Embassy
Voice of America captured a violent clash between pro-Turkish security and a group of protesters outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C., Tuesday
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