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Turkey targets YPG in Syria, PKK in Iraq
Turkish forces retaliated with an artillery barrage overnight and destroyed Kurdish YPG militia targets after the group opened fire on Turkey-backed forces in northern Syria, the military said on Wednesday.
Turkey's Erdogan rejects pledges over weapons for Kurdish fighters in Syria
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says those countries that promised Ankara to get back weapons supplied to the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) once the militiamen accomplished their alleged counter-terror mission in Syria are actually trying to trick Turkey and would eventually realize their mistake.
Erdogan: Saudi-led demands 'unlawful intervention'
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says a sweeping list of demands issued by four Arab states is an unlawful intervention against Qatar's sovereignty and a violation of international law.
Turkey after ‘joint mechanism’ with US to collect arms from Syrian Kurds
Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik says Ankara wants a “joint mechanism” with Washington to take back weapons supplied to the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) once the US-backed militiamen manage to drive Daesh Takfiri terrorists out of Syria’s northern city of Raqqah.
Turkey arrests suspected bombers near Syria border
Turkish authorities have arrested five people suspected of planning bomb attacks in a town near the border with Syria.
Turkey, Iran boost Qatar support amid Saudi Arabia blockade
Iran and Turkey have reportedly increased their support for Qatar by shipping thousands of tons of foodstuffs to the Persian Gulf state, which has been under an economic siege by Saudi Arabia and a number of its allies.
Parties to JCPOA should be loyal to commitments: Turkish diplomat
Turkish Ambassador to Tehran Hakan Tekin says that the parties to the July 2015 nuclear deal known as the Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA) should not defer fulfilling their commitments.
‘Walk for justice’ to go on despite Erdogan threat: Opposition chief
Head of Republican People's Party (CHP), the main opposition party in Turkey, says he would continue with his protest walk across the country despite threats by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that he could face legal action over the controversial action.
Turkey frees PM advisor detained over Gulen links
Turkish authorities on Saturday freed the top advisor to Prime Minister Binali Yildirim detained on suspicion of links to the movement of US-based political figure, Fethullah Gulen, blamed for last year's failed coup, state media reported.
Turkey summons US envoy over arrest warrants
Turkey’s Foreign Ministry “invited” the US ambassador in Ankara to condemn arrest warrants issued for a number of Turkish security agents accused of attacking protesters during President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit to Washington last month.
Turkey’s jailing of UN judge breaches 'diplomatic immunity'
A top United Nations court has expressed deep concern about an imprisonment sentence handed down to one of its judges in Turkey, saying Ankara has clearly trampled on the judge’s diplomatic immunity.
Turkish opposition party begins 400-km protest march from Ankara to Istanbul
Turkey's main opposition party has started a 400-km protest march from the capital Ankara to an Istanbul prison to protest the imprisonment of one of its lawmakers.
Iran pays Turkey part of $1.9b debt with natural gas supplies
Iran paid off a part of its $1.9-billion debt to Turkey by supplying natural gas, said a member of Iran's Parliamentary Committee on Energy.
6.2 magnitude quake shakes western Turkey, Greek island
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.2 has shaken western Turkey and the Greek island of Lesbos, scaring residents and damaging buildings.
Iran official urges pressure on Turkey over dams
An Iranian official urged active diplomacy with Turkey towards tackling the problem of dust storms, which chronically blight regional states as a result of Ankara’s massive dam building projects.

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