Germany's Merkel Visits Turkish President Erdogan in Istanbul.

️ German Chancellor Angela Merkel met with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Istanbul, Turkey, Saturday, October 16.

The leaders were expected to discuss Ankara's relationship with Berlin and the European Union, as well as regional issues including Syria and Afghanistan.

The chancellor's trip is among her last before she leaves her position. (AP)

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