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Turkey asks Israel ambassador to 'temporarily leave the country'

Turkey has asked Israeli Ambassador to Ankara Eitan Naeh to "temporarily leave the country" in reaction to the killing of scores of Palestinian protestors by Israeli security forces, while the Turkish envoy to Tel Aviv has arrived in Ankara after being called back for consultations.

58 Palestinians were Killed by Israeli Army in Protests and Clashes

Gaza is braced for fresh protests against Israel as the first funerals are expected to be held for 58 Palestinians killed by Israeli forces on Monday, the deadliest day since the end of the 2014 Gaza conflict.

Tuesday is the 70th anniversary of what Palestinians call the Nakba, or Catastrophe, when hundreds of thousands were expelled or fled amid the creation of Israel in 1948.

Main opposition CHP slams Israeli violence along Gaza border, calls it a 'massacre'

The leader of Turkey's main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu condemned the U.S. and Israel administrations over violence against Palestinian protesters on the day the U.S. embassy relocated from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Seven Palestinians killed, more than 100 wounded by Israeli army fire in mass protests: Ministry

The number of Palestinians killed by Israeli army fire on the Gaza border in mass protests against the U.S. decision to move its Israeli embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem has risen to seven as more than 100 persons were also wounded, Gaza’s Health Ministry said on May 14.

President Iohannis: I'll invite Mr. Melescanu to explain standpoint related to statement of EEAS

President Klaus Iohannis says he will invite Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu to explain the standpoint Romanian representatives adopted during the discussion at the level of the European External Action Service regarding the relocation of diplomatic offices in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

ForMin Melescanu: I've sent memorandum on Romania's Embassy in Israel to President Iohannis for information

Foreign Minister Teodor Melescanu said Tuesday that he had sent to President Iohannis for information a memorandum on starting an analysis of the timeliness to relocate Romania's Embassy in Israel from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem.

Romania's President Urges 'Unfit' PM to Quit

Romania's centre-right President, Klaus Iohannis, on Friday urged the Social Democrat Prime Minister Viorica Dancila to resign after she refused to attend a meeting at the presidential palace to resolve disputes over foreign policy and the economy between the ruling Social Democrats, the presidency and the Central Bank.