Russian Deputy Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov deplored the level of Russophobia in Washington.
The migrant deal with Turkey enables President Erdogan to exert an unprecedented amount of power over Germany, and to pursue policies in the Middle East which will cause even more refugees to flee the Middle East to Europe, Turkish-born German MP Sevim Dagdelen told Sputnik Deutschland.
A group of Turkish tourists mistakenly knelt for a prayer in a synagogue in Tel Aviv and used Jewish religious shawls as Muslim prayer mats.
As Europe remains on high alert for terrorist attacks, members of the European Parliament (MEPs) are calling for greater cooperation between member states' law enforcement agencies, following the attacks in France and Brussels which exposed deep flaws in intelligence-sharing within the EU.
Emma Ashford, a research fellow at the Cato Institute in Washington, stated that the Kremlin has not shown any inclination to change its behavior based on sanctions, and it’s hard to make the argument that more sanctions against Russia would change its approach toward Syria.
With the Daesh hub of Mosul besieged by Iraqi forces and the Kurdish Peshmerga, the operation to retake Iraq's largest cities from the hands of terrorists may see thousands of them flooding into Europe, given that Daesh is no stranger to forging passports.
On Sunday, at a ceremony commemorating Hungary's 1956 anti-communist uprising, Prime Minister Viktor Orban likened the actions of EU officials' to those of a foreign occupying power. In light of the EU's growing financial, political and refugee crisis, analysts say Orban's rhetoric may help tip the supranational bloc over the edge of the abyss.
Turkey will continue its military Euphrates Shield operation in northern Syria despite Syrian government forces' attacks on Ankara-backed Free Syrian Army's (FSA) positions, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Wednesday.
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