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Ceasefire agreed by Turkey, Russia begins in Syria's Idlib

A new ceasefire in Idlib province in northern Syria is in place, but violence has been reported in parts of the country. On Thursday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his Russian counterpart Vladimir Putin reached the agreement in Moscow after six hours of talks. They met after the Russian-backed regime attacked Turkish forces, who have been trying to protect the civilian population in Idlib. From Moscow, Yusuf Erim has our top story. #ErdoganPutin #RussiaSyria #TurkeySyria

Turkey-Russia Relations: Erdogan, Putin to meet in Moscow on Monday

Turkey-Russia Relations: Erdogan, Putin to meet in Moscow on Monday

Russian air strike kills 16 in Idlib ahead of Erdogan, Putin talks

Russian air strike kills 16 in Idlib ahead of Erdogan, Putin talks

Turkey's President speaks with Russian President Putin

Turkey's President speaks with Russian President Putin

Turkey's President Erdogan: Turkey won't be a spectator to situation in Idlib

Turkey's President Erdogan: Turkey won't be a spectator to situation in Idlib

No 10 apologises for parties on eve of Prince Philip's funeral

No 10 apologises for parties on eve of Prince Philip's funeral

Moscow says it wants a fast response to its security proposals

Moscow says it wants a fast response to its security proposals

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I have no place to go

Bedouin Arabs continue protests in Israel's Negev

Bedouin Arabs continue protests in Israel's Negev

Protests in Lebanon as fuel prices spike

Protests in Lebanon as fuel prices spike

Turkiye and Armenia to begin normalisation talks

Turkiye and Armenia to begin normalisation talks

Former Syrian colonel Anwar Raslan sentenced to life in prison

Former Syrian colonel Anwar Raslan sentenced to life in prison

US Senate votes against sanctions on Nord Stream 2 pipeline

US Senate votes against sanctions on Nord Stream 2 pipeline

Poland warns Europe is at greatest risk of war in 30 years

Poland warns Europe is at greatest risk of war in 30 years

Study: Attacks on Palestinian journalists spike in occupied areas

Study: Attacks on Palestinian journalists spike in occupied areas

British PM Johnson sorry for lockdown garden party

British PM Johnson sorry for lockdown garden party

Lebanon's central bank governor handed travel ban

Lebanon's central bank governor handed travel ban

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