On Sunday, Mikhail Kalashnikov's birth anniversary is to be marked by a number of events, including the museum display and a biopic on the inventor of legendary AK-47 rifle.
Interior Minister Suleyman Soylu, who previously said Turkey is "not a hotel" for foreign Daesh members, says Ankara will start sending back foreign militants starting Monday.
Turkish President Erdogan said deals with US and Russia on YPG/PKK withdrawal from northeastern Syrian border with Turkey had not been implemented. He added he would discuss the issue with his counterparts, Donald Trump and Vladimir Putin.
Suspension of uranium enrichment at the long-secret plant was one of the restrictions Iran agreed to in return for the lifting of UN sanctions. Meanwhile, Iran says it has cancelled accreditation of UN nuclear inspector.
Even though the kingdom’s possible purchase of missile systems from Moscow has been in the works for a few years, the country has not finalised a deal with Russia’s President Putin.
Britain-based monitor, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the strike hit the village of Jabala in the south of the Idlib region and that the victims were all from a single family.
The Syrian regime and Russia were under the impression that the YPG is on the ropes, but that turned out to be a strategic miscalculation as the YPG is still unwilling to make major concessions. This means the YPG-Syrian regime deal is falling apart.
Meanwhile, Turkish forces detained 18 people, suspected of being part of Syria's regime forces, in the northern town of Ras al Ayn, Ankara said.
Turkish-Russian joint patrols will verify whether the terrorist group has withdrawn from a proposed safe zone in northern Syria.
Russian national Maria Butina, who was jailed in the United States in April after admitting to working as a Russian agent, arrived in Moscow, greeted by her father and Russian journalists who handed her flowers.
Many in Turkey feel that their national security concerns have been ignored by global powers and that their operation in northern Syria has been unfairly criticised. Here’s what experts had to say about it.
Fifty years ago today in Somalia, Mohammed Siad Barre’s military coup ended Somalia’s brief democratic period, which paved the way for civil war when the regime eventually collapsed. His contested legacy divides Somalis to this day.
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