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Turkey straddles Europe and Asia, occupying a strategic position at the entrance to the Black Sea. Rapid economic growth in the 1980s gave way to a slump in the 1990s, and now its economy and trade is strongly linked with the volatile situations in the neighbouring Arabic countries of Lebanon, Syria, Iraq and Iran.
Population: 72 million.
CBM activities Local preaching and regular visits arranged from the UK. All the brothers and sisters in Turkey are Iranian refugees.
Ecclesias Kayseri (2), Denizli, Eskisehir. A small number of brothers and sisters in Ankara and others in isolation.
Picture story Easter in Antakya (2007)
Picture story The heat and burden of the day (2005)
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