Turkish Premier Erdoğan targeted a ?mentality? not ?Israel,? FM Davutoğlu says

Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu said that he had conveyed his unease to officials in Washington regarding the White House?s condemnation of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdoğan?s comments

 

English: Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davuto...

English: Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu. December 2, 2009 (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

Syrian rebels behind chemical attacks if claims true, Iran tells Turkey

Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said on Thursday the Syrian government could not have been behind a possible chemical weapon attack

All ‘red lines’ in Syria have been crossed: Turkish FM

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said “all red lines” had been crossed in Syria and criticized international inaction

Interactive: Egypt’s friends and foes

Take and interactive look at the changing international responses to tumultuous events.

Egypt’s Copts reel from sectarian violence

More than 30 Christian churches have been burned recently, further stoking instability in politically polarised Egypt.

Unrest in Egypt spells trouble for Gazans

Egypt’s closure of the Rafah border crossing has stranded hundreds of travelers.

MAIN FOCUS: Rebels accuse Assad of using toxic gas | 22/08/2013

According to the Syrian opposition, the Assad regime killed more than 1,300 people on Tuesday in a toxic gas attack on its own population. The government vehemently denies the accusations that it used poisonous gas. Some commentators believe the ‘red line’ referred to by US President Barack Obama has now been overstepped once and for all. Others point out that the background to the attack has not been clarified yet.

The function of violence in Egypt

Violence in Egypt will only be reigned in when it is no longer useful for the security services? twin purposes of discrediting the Muslim Brotherhood and discouraging popular mobilization aimed at making government responsive to the needs of its citizens.

 

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