Recep Tayyip Erdoğan

Erdogan says Turkey may launch offensive in Syria’s Idlib if attacks don't stop

Turkey may launch a military operation into Syria's northwestern province of Idlib if the situation in the region is not resolved immediately, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday, as attacks by Russia-backed Syrian government forces raised concern of a new refugee wave to Turkey.

Ara Güler exhibition opens in Rome

The "Ara Güler Photography Exhibition," which shows photos by Turkey's world-famous photography artist, the late Ara Güler, to the world, opened on Jan. 29 in the Italian capital Rome.

After London, Paris, Kyoto and New York, Rome is the fifth city where the exhibition is on show at the Trastevere Museum.

Turkey’s patience running thin over Syrian regime’s Idlib offensive: Erdoğan

President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has warned Russia that Turkey was running out of patience regarding the continued offensive by the Syrian army in Idlib and will take unilateral actions to stop it if Moscow fails to persuade Bashar al-Assad's regime to cease the military operations in the last rebel-held enclave.

Erdogan says Russia not abiding by Syria agreements

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that Russia was not abiding by the Sochi or Astana agreements regarding Syria's northwestern Idlib province, broadcaster NTV reported on Wednesday.

Renewed bombardments by Russia-backed Syrian government forces on Idlib have raised concern of a new refugee wave from the area, where some 3 million people live.

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