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İncirlik air base becomes focus of U.S.-Turkey relations

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Turkey’s İncirlik air base, commonly used by the United States for its operations in the Middle East, has once again become a focus point of relations between the two NATO allies, after Joe Biden’s recognition of the Armenian genocide, in a move that threatens to further complicate bilateral ties. Turkey may lower the U.S. flag at the air base in protest of Biden’s declaration, Arab News said on Thursday, describing the air base as a “bargaining chip for Turkey against America”. The U.S. military uses the İncirlik air base, a Turkish military compound in southern Adana province, according to the Defense and…

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