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  1. 4 days ago · i. Includes 80,000 Turkish Lebanese and 200,000 recent refugees from Syria. The Turkish people, or simply the Turks ( Turkish: Türkler ), are the world's largest Turkic ethnic group; they speak various dialects of the Turkish language and form a majority in Turkey and Northern Cyprus. In addition, centuries-old ethnic Turkish communities still ...

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  2. 1 day ago · The majority of Turks are mainly concentrated in eastern France. There is a strong Turkish presence in Île-de-France (especially in Paris ), Nord-Pas-de-Calais (mainly in the cities of Calais, Lille, and Roubaix ), Rhône-Alpes (especially in Lyon ), Alsace (mainly in Strasbourg) and Lorraine. There is also a large community in Marseille.

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    Most Meskhetian Turks identify themselves as having descended from Ottoman settlers. Pro-Georgian historiography has traditionally argued that the Meskhetian Turks, who speak the Kars dialect of the Turkish language and belong to the Hanafi school of Sunni Islam, are simply Turkified Meskhetians (an ethnographic subgroup of Georgians) converted to ...

    Ottoman conquest

    By the Peace of Amasya (1555), Meskheti was divided into two, with the Safavids keeping the eastern part and the Ottomans gaining the western part. In 1578, the Ottomans attacked the Safavid possessions in Georgia, which initiated the Ottoman-Safavid War of 1578-1590, and by 1582 the Ottomans were in possession of the eastern (Safavid) part of Meskheti. The Safavids regained control over the eastern part of Meskheti in the early 17th century. However, by the Treaty of Zuhab(1639), all of Mesk...

    Khojaly Massacre

    Meskhetian Turk refugees who had been persecuted in Central Asia were relocated to Azerbaijan where they settled in Khojaly before being subsequently massacred along with Azerbaijanis. Russian journalist Victoria Ivleva took photos of the town streets strewn with dead bodies of its inhabitants, including women and children. She described Meskhetian Turks from Khojaly who were captured by Armenianmilitants and she was hit by an Armenian soldier who took her for one of the captives when she was...

    War in Donbass

    Around 2,000 Meskhetian Turks have been forced to flee from their homes in Ukraine since May 2014 amid fighting between government forces and pro-Russian separatists. Turkish Meskhetian community representative in the eastern city of Donetsk, Nebican Basatov, said that those who have fled have sought refuge in Russia, Azerbaijan, Turkey and different parts of Ukraine.Over 300 Meskhetian Turks from the Turkish-speaking minority in eastern Ukraine have arrived in eastern Turkey's Erzincan provi...

    According to the 1989 Soviet Census, there were 207,502 Turks living in the Soviet Union. However, Soviet authorities recorded many Meskhetian Turks as belonging to other nationalities such as "Azeri", "Kazakh", "Kyrgyz", and "Uzbek". Hence, official censuses do not necessarily show a true reflection of the real population of the Meskhetian Turks; ...

    Religion

    Most Meskhetian Turks are Sunni Muslims and a minority are Shiite Muslims.

    Language

    The Meskhetian Turks speak an Eastern Anatolian dialect of Turkish, which hails from the regions of Kars, Ardahan, and Artvin. The Turkish Meskhetian dialect has also borrowed from other languages (including Azerbaijani, Georgian, Kazakh, Kyrgyz, Russian, and Uzbek) which the Meskhetian Turks have been in contact with during the Russian and Sovietrule.

    Wedding

    Meskhetian Turks' weddings consist of a traditional proposal from the groom's parents and if the bride's parents accept the proposal, an engagement party, or Nişan, is done. Everyone at the Nişan is given a ceremonial sweet drink, called Sharbat. The actual wedding lasts for two days. On the first day the bride leaves her house and on the second day is when the marriage happens. Before the bride enters her husband's house she uses the heel on her shoe to break two plates with her foot and app...

    The following is list of people of Turkish Meshetian origin: 1. Sima Ağayeva[az], Azerbaijani artist 2. Fatih Ahıskalı, Turkish musician 3. Taner Akçam, Turkish historian 4. Celal Al, Turkish actor in Diriliş: Ertuğrul and Kuruluş: Osman 5. Osman Server Atabek[tr], Turkish politician 6. Aslan Atem, Turkish wrestler 7. Tevfik Arif, Kazakh-Turkish bi...

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  4. May 25, 2022 · The US office of Turkey's AKP, or Justice and Development Party, was added to the US Department of Justice's register of foreign agents recently, in an indication of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan 's intention to win over Turkish citizens in the US, only around 15% of whom supported the party in the 2018 general elections.

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    2 days ago · The Albanians ( / ælˈbɛɪniənz /; Albanian: Shqiptarët pronounced [ʃcipˈtaɾət]) are an ethnic group native to the Balkan Peninsula who share a common Albanian ancestry, culture, history and language. They primarily live in Albania, Kosovo, North Macedonia, Montenegro, Serbia as well as in Croatia, Greece, Italy and Turkey.

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  6. 1 day ago · Azerbaijani (/ ˌ æ z ər b aɪ ˈ dʒ æ n i,-ɑː n i /) or Azeri (/ æ ˈ z ɛər i, ɑː-, ə-/), also referred to as Azeri Turkic or Azeri Turkish, is a Turkic language from the Oghuz sub-branch spoken primarily by the Azerbaijani people, who live mainly in the Republic of Azerbaijan where the North Azerbaijani variety is spoken, and in the Azerbaijan region of Iran, where the South ...

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