Erdoğan questions Macron’s mental state and when France reacts Turkey accuses France of increasing tension

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Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdoğan suggested Emmanuel Macron, his French counterpart needed mental health treatment, the latest sign of a growing backlash in the Islamic world sparked by Macron’s claim that Islam is in crisis.

France has increased the tension by recalling its ambassador in Turkey, the Turkish Foreign Ministry said on Oct. 25.
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Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has challenged the United States on a sanctions threat over Ankara’s support to Baku in its clashes with Armenia.

“Some Americans call my brother [Azerbaijani President] Ilham Aliyev and tell him that ‘We know who supports you. It is Erdoğan and Turkey, but we can impose sanctions on Turkey if needed.’ You [Americans] do not know who you are playing with. Go ahead with your sanctions,” Erdoğan said.

Nato and the EU have declined to publicly criticise Turkey’s involvement in the Armenia-Azerbaijan warfare despite

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