The trial is expected to mostly take place behind closed doors due to national security concerns. It is expected to run until at least December 12.
Türkiye’s head of communications says that Ankara's ability to bring together the US and Russian intelligence chiefs highlights the country's international potential and "stabilising power status".
London’s Metropolitan police force said there is no terrorism link to the stabbing and that a suspect has been arrested.
Children are among the fatalities in the strike, which targeted a part of Al Bab with heavy civilian presence.
Ankara is facing 'disinformation attacks' by terrorists and curbing this is state's responsibility, says Türkiye's Communications Director Fahrettin Altun.
Japan's Prime Minister Fumio Kishida urged the Japanese police "to fix what needs to be fixed" after photos and videos of the shooting showed the gunman was able to come very close to Shinzo Abe.
Finland and Sweden, the two nordic countries that recently applied to join the military alliance, will also join the annual BALTOPS 22 drill.
In a phone call with NATO chief Jens Stoltenberg, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sweden and Finland should prove they do not support terrorism.
In majority of the cases, suspects were members of far-right chat groups and they also had ties to the right-wing extremist groups.
China and the Solomon Islands have initialled a draft security agreement, sparking concerns among regional players such as Australia.
Turkiye’s Communications Director Fahrettin Altun argues that Ankara’s proposals for reforming the international system and its successful humanitarian assistance programmes provide a model for stability in an era of global upheaval.
Iran has a high stake in Taliban-ruled Afghanistan, and Tehran is determined to carefully engage the new rulers in Kabul.
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