The US must show solidarity with NATO ally Turkey when Antifa militants trained by the PKK/YPG terror group attack Turkish soldiers in Syria, says Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said neither Libyan warlord Khalifa Haftar nor the countries backing him want a political solution.
Several thousand people had previously rallied peacefully for two hours at the main Paris courthouse as global outrage over what happened to George Floyd in the United States kindled frustrations across borders and continents.
Turkey to continue protecting its interests on land, sea and air without making any compromise, the National Security Council said.
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Turkey has left worst behind as recovery begins with exports worth $10 billion in May, says the country's Trade Minister Ruhsar Pekcan.
Turkey's interior ministry said that a total of 81 terrorists have so far surrendered to the forces since the beginning of this year.
In light of its new policy of marking hateful content, the company does little to stop PKK-linked accounts, which glorify violence against the Turkish state.
Greek officials say housing must be secured for other vulnerable asylum seekers on the islands, many of whom "sleep under trees", giving the excuse to moving more than 11,200 people out of flats, hotels and camps on the mainland.
Italy was the first European country to be hit by the pandemic and imposed a strict two-month lockdown, which paralysed much of the country's economic activity. As a result, the country is set for a drop in GDP of between nine and 13 percent.
"Within the framework of the agreement we reached with Libya we will be able to start our oil exploration operations there within three to four months," said Energy Minister Fatih Donmez.
The new facility could buy stakes in, or offer loans to, companies in sectors such as healthcare, space, defence, digital and green technologies.
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