#G20Turkey Summit is a censored Summit for Turkish media as there are many accreditation restrictions for media outlets …

WAN-IFRA and the World Editors Forum have expressed their concern over the government’s refusal to grant accreditation to some media outlets for G-20 Summit in Antalya
Photo highlights of the day: G20 summit and Philippines protests

The Guardian’s picture editors bring you a selection of the best photographs from around the world, including farmers in Nepal, frosty waters in Siberia and election campaigning in Egypt

EU vice president visits Turkey after EU progress report

One day after the European Union released its progress report on Turkey for 2015, European Commission Vice President Frans Timmermans paid a visit to the Turkish capital on Nov. 11
Turkish EU Minister Beril Dedeoğlu has been left apoplectic after Brussels suggested “an inappropriate proposal” to Ankara that linked Turkey’s EU accession process with a solution to the refugee crisis
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has blamed European countries for abandoning Syrian refugees to their fate by shutting their doors to them
Turkey will host the G-20 Summit in the Mediterranean city of Antalya on Nov. 15-16 at a time when the entire neighborhood is hit by political and economic crises
Turkey will host world leaders and heads of top economic organizations for the two-day G-20 Summit that will be held in the Belek resort of Antalya on the Mediterranean Sea coast on Nov. 15 and 16, which is expected to focus on the Syrian crisis along with its heavy economy and trade agenda
The world’s attention is focused on Turkey’s southern province Antalya this weekend where the world’s biggest 20 giants are gathering
Amid news reports that the international coalition is preparing to launch an intensified aerial campaign on ISIL positions in Jarablus and Raqqa in Syria after this weekend’s G-20 Summit, speculation about a potential ground operation into Syria by the Turkish military seemingly returned over the last week

In Hosting G-20, Turkey Strives to Bolster Its Status

The meeting of world leaders is an opportunity for a nation that has faced rising turmoil and instability to restore some of its luster on the world stage.
G-20 governments are handing out approximately $452 billion a year to prop up the production of fossil fuels – despite pledges to phase out subsidies and prevent catastrophic climate change
Europe offered Turkey $3.2 billion dollars to cope with two million Syrian refugees there so they stay out and invited Turkey to discussions that could aid its efforts to join the European Union.
A diplomatic source from the European Commission has categorically denied that the EU proposed to “soften” the content of the Progress Report if Turkey cooperated more closely over the refugee issue, as recently alleged by Turkish EU Minister Beril Dedeoğlu
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan will meet world leaders who will gather for the two-day G-20 Summit that will be held in the Belek resort of Antalya on Nov. 15 and 16

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