Russia, France, agencies: Before the summit meeting between the Russian and Turkish presidents, Recep Tayyip Erdogan had been in the waiting room for a long time, he and his companions, before being allowed to enter the meeting with Vladimir Putin.
Egypt Cairo:- The Observatory of Takfiri Fatwas and Extremist Views of the Egyptian Fatwa House issued a statement on what the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, is doing in the Arab region, especially in Syria and Libya, in light of the silence of the international community.
Unidentified persons attacked the Russian news agency, Sputnik, and it appears that this attack came against the background of revealing the size of the losses of the Turkish army in Syria.
The killing of 33 Turkish soldiers in a Syrian air bombardment, prompted a move to re-move the file of the war in Syria at the international level, may be the reason for developments in relations between Ankara and Moscow, if not return to the first square that it was, the end of the term of US President Barack Obama.
The War of Threats Between Moscow and His Return Returns Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Vladimir Putin to the period before the departure of former US President Barack Obama, who advised Haifa to support Islamic movements in Arab countries, the need to turn the page of differences, in anticipation of the failure of Hillary Clinton, and Erdogan finds himself alone At the fork.
Israel - Haifa: - "The commander of the Israeli submarine fleet, Professor Shaul Horev, was quoted as saying that" the commander of the Marine Corps should change the direction of thinking of everything we are accustomed to in the aftermath of this event, "the newspaper Macor Rishon quoted the former Israeli submarine fleet commander, Professor Shaul Horev.
Turkey Istanbul:- An armed assault took place on a recreational club in Taksim, Istanbul, on Mushrif Street, and the perpetrators fled, while 4 suspects were arrested.
Turkey is awaiting a confrontation with a number of European countries after three high-ranking Western security officials have accused Ankara of being behind the large-scale cyber attacks that targeted governments and organizations in Europe and the Middle East.
Turkey - Azazeg region: - The powerful earthquake that shook eastern Turkey late on Friday evening, January 24, 2019, killed at least 20 people, injured hundreds, and collapsed many buildings in the Azazig region, the epicenter of the earthquake.
The spokesperson for the General Command of the Libyan Arab Armed Forces, Ahmed Al-Mesmari, responded to the statements of a Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who said: "The path of solution in Libya passes through Turkey," and that the fall of Al-Sarraj means the spread of terrorism.