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Haftar Feels Insulted As Turkey Cooperates With Sarraj

European stocks close mixed on dampened trade hopes, Hong Kong escalations.

The self-styled Libyan Army led Eastern Parliament has denounced Turkish alliance with the legitimate UN-backed Tripoli-based government. This announcement comes immediately after Turkish PM Recap Tayyip Erdogan signed an agreement with the Government of National Accord leader Fayez Sarraj on the delineation of maritime boundaries in the Mediterranean Sea. They …

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If Kurds don’t withdraw soon, Turkey will resume Syria operation, President Erdogan says

India summons the Ambassador of Turkey .. The reason is Erdogan's statements

On Wednesday, Kurdish forces have not yet finished their withdrawal from Syria’s outskirts with Turkey, which means there could be another exercise to oust them, announced President Recep, Tayyip Erdogan. He added that the Syrian Democratic Forces had not pulled back 30 kilometers from the north-eastern Syrian fringe as concurred …

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French Anti Terror Magistrate Pushes For Fair Trial At Home For French Origin Syrian Militants

David De Pas

The French anti-terror magistrate is keen that militants be sent back to their countries of origin and be given a fair trial, instead of being refused entry. A similar thought has been doing rounds in Malaysia when militants of Malaysian origins had expressed a desire to return back home, after …

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Trump Plays The Sanction Card On Turkey Over Syrian Offense

Kurdish Forces

With no other resort left, Trump is threatening Turkey’s power financial penalties, if Ankara does not back down from a full-fledged military offensive in Northern Syria. As a precursor, Washington has already raised steel tariffs. American troops started retreating from their various observatory posts, on Trump’s instructions, ending four-year buffer …

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