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Turkey did its part, ball now in Moscow’s court, Erdoğan says

Turkey has done its part in reaching an agreement in Moscow between warring sides in Libya and the rest is now under Russia's responsibility, President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan said on Jan. 14.

"We did our duty, the rest is with Mr. Putin and his team. We never not keep our promise," Erdoğan said, speaking to his party members.

Turkey, Italy hope for ‘lasting’ truce in Libya

Talks between Libya's warring parties in Moscow, supported by Turkish and Russian officials, are going positively, President Tayyip Erdoğan said on Jan. 13, adding that Ankara was working to ensure the truce became permanent.

Turkey and Italy have been working together for a permanent ceasefire between Libya's combating sides, the Turkish president said on Jan. 13.

Molvaer, Aarset & Rohrer | Athens | To January 12

Norwegian trumpeter and composer Nils Petter Molvaer is performing at the Half Note Jazz Club in downtown Athens along with musicians Eivind Aarset and Samuel Rohrer through Sunday January 12. Molvaer is known for his innovative musical blends of jazz and electronica and has been considered one of the pioneers of nu jazz since the release of his first solo album "Khmer" in 1997.

Ankara and Berlin Negotiate to Establish Turkish Schools in Germany

The governments of Turkey and Germany are negotiating an agreement that will establish Turkish schools in the largest EU country. They will be located in Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt.

The German government has been in intensive talks with Ankara on plans to set up Turkish schools in Berlin, Cologne and Frankfurt, Süddeutsche Zeitung reports.

Ankara, Moscow seek cease-fire in Libya as of Jan 12

The presidents of Turkey and Russia, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and Vladimir Putin, have issued a joint call on all parties to stop hostilities as of Jan. 12 after a bilateral meeting in Istanbul on Jan. 8. 
Erdoğan and Putin released a joint statement after their meeting citing their shared views on the latest developments in the Middle East, Syria, and Libya. 

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