Russian defence minister Sergei Shoigu says Moscow has delivered four S-300 launchers along with radars and support vehicles to Syria and that it will take three months to train Syrian personnel to operate the system.
The Russian Defence Ministry says 15 service people died in the incident off the Syrian coast after Israeli fighters forced the warplane into the path of regime air defence systems.
The Iraqi military says Daesh's "deputy war minister", one of its "media emirs", its leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi's personal courier and its chief of police were among 45 members of the militant group killed in the town of Hajin on Saturday.
Israeli strikes in Syria last week could signal the beginning of a series of wars on Syrian territory that will overshadow the struggle for the removal of Bashar al Assad.
The Israeli military confirmed that one of its planes crashed during an incident along the Syrian border in which they said an Iranian drone was shot down after it infiltrated Israeli territory.
Court says it is granting the order 'for reasons of public interest' until a formal court hearing is scheduled against the asylum board's decision on Feb 15. The former soldier along with seven others fled to Greece by helicopter on July 16, 2016.
Greek Justice Minister Stavros Kontonis says that Athens is exploring whether eight Turkish soldiers who fled to the country after a failed coup attempt against Turkey can be tried in Greece.
Turkish and German foreign ministers plan to meet in German FM's home town of Goslar in Lower Saxony this weekend, Turkish officials say.
The arms package includes 19 Lockheed Martin F-16V jets, upgrades to Bahrain's existing F-16 fleet, 221 anti-tank missiles and two 35 metre patrol boats. A similar arms deal was held up in the US Congress last year over human rights concerns.
Police officers who were targeted by rogue F-16 jets in their Ankara headquarters say the abortive takeover of the country looked like an "invasion."
The Bastille Day ceremonies brought to an end a visit Macron needs as a boost to France's standing on the world stage – one which could also help a US leader left short of international friends by his stance on free trade and climate change.
The following excerpts are taken from an indictment submitted to Ankara's Aggravated Felony Court on March 8, 2017. They are court testimonies of those accused of involvement in the failed coup of July 15, 2016.
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