Health Minister Fahrettin Koca says 13 people were killed in Elazig, including two people who suffered heart attacks, and five others died in Malatya.
The march called by prominent Shia cleric Muqtada al Sadr aims to pressure Washington to pull out its troops.
Turkey's President Erdogan and German Chancellor Merkel call for a fragile truce in Libya to be converted into a lasting ceasefire, during a visit by the German leader to Istanbul.
No project in the Eastern Mediterranean can achieve its full potential without taking Turkey on board.
Meanwhile, Russian air strikes in Idlib, northwestern Syria, have killed at least eight civilians, including five children, a war monitor said.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said nobody would send any additional advisers or troops or mercenaries from any neighbouring countries to Libya as long as the truce is observed.
The UAE's involvement in Libya is about preserving the Emirati monarchy thousands of kilometres away.
Turkey’s Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said his country expects Greece to act according to international law, agreements and good neighbourly relations.
As the country slides closer to economic collapse and people are unable to access their money, questions are being asked about how the currency was kept stable for so many years during economic stagnation.
Lebanon, which formed a new cabinet amid a financial crisis and mass protests against poor governance, hopes it can restore confidence and secure urgent funding from foreign donors.
The Yemeni people cannot afford another setback to peace.
Israel hailed the World Holocaust Forum as the biggest international gathering in its history. Russian President Vladimir Putin and US Vice President Mike Pence are among the attendees.
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