People wave flags picturing Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, founder of modern Turkey during a march marking the 94th anniversary of Republic Day on October 29, 2017 in Istanbul. / AFP / YASIN AKGUL
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The United States has resumed processing visas at its missions in Turkey on a "limited basis", the embassy said in an email on Monday, in what could signal a tentative improvement in the ongoing diplomatic crisis between the two countries.Turkey and the United States mutually suspended all non-immigrant visa services on October 8, after Turkey's arrest of a U.S. consulate employee sharply escalated tension between the two NATO allies.Turkey has been angered by what it sees as U.S. reluctance to hand over the cleric Gulen, who has lived in Pennsylvania since 1999 .
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