Russia, Iran, Turkey cut a deal

As Tensions Soar, Turkey Warns US Bombing Of Syria Could Set Entire Middle East 'On Fire'

Prime Minister of Turkey Binali Yildirim listens to Afghan Chief Executive Officer Abdullah Abdullah during a press conference at Sapedar palace in Kabul.

Erdogan s comments echoed those of his Prime Minister Binali Yildirim who called on Russian Federation and the United States on Wednesday to stop "street fighting" on Syria.

They also explored ways to develop a comprehensive mechanism to effectively stop illegal border crossings, preventhuman and drug trafficking across the border and fight against terrorist and criminal groups. But who is paying the...

"Don't worry, Turkey is continuing on its path with determined steps".

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"Now is not the time for rivalry".

"I will discuss how we can put an end to this chemical massacre together", Erdo─čan said during the inauguration ceremony of the Ba┼čkentray suburban line in capital Ankara earlier in the day.

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday criticized Russia's stance on the future of Syria's Afrin region, saying that Ankara itself would decide the details of returning the area to the Syrian people.

Trump's posts on Twitter followed a warning from Moscow that the risk of a direct military clash between Russia and the U.S.in Syria "is higher than before", with a Russian envoy saying that US missiles flying over the war-ravaged country would be shot down. "By posting tweets they are threatening each other".

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Turkey is a key North Atlantic Treaty Organisation ally of the United States but tensions with Washington have soared in the last months, particularly over Syria policy.

Ankara backs rebel forces seeking Assad's ouster while Moscow remains major ally of the regime in Damascus.

While Turkey is cooperating with both Russian Federation and Iran to wind down some of the violence in Syria, Ankara has long demanded that President Bashar al-Assad must go and has backed rebels against him.

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