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Turkish MP: Erdogan's regime made Turkey a gateway for the entry and exit of terrorists

ANKARA, (ST)- Member of the Turkish Parliament from the opposition's Republican People's Party (CHP) Sezgin Tanrikulu has affirmed that President of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyip Erdogan has made Turkey a gateway for the entry and exist of terrorists, indicating that Erdogan's regime has allowed the entry of tens of thousands of terrorists to Syria and it has transferred many of them to Libya.

In a TV statement on Wedneday, Tanrikulu said that Erdogan has flagrantly interfered in Syria. He has supported terrorist organizations and opened Turkey's borders for tens of thousands of terrorist mercenaries who came from more than 80 countries to fight the Syrian government. He added that some of those terrorists are  now leaving to Libya to serve Erdogan's schemes and goals, noting that Ankara is paying a steep price to those mercenaries and it plans to grant them the Turkish citizenship after they return from Libya.

Russian government resigns

Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev has announced that the government is resigning.

The statement came shortly after President Vladimir Putin delivered his annual state-of-the-nation address, according to RT. 

Accepting the resignation, Putin asked the ministers to function as a caretaker government until a new one is formed.

Salami warns Washington’s allies against repeating their mistakes with Iran

TEHRAN, (ST)- Allies of the United States have to stop their sinister acts and not to repeat the mistakes they have committed against Iran, Major General Hossein Salami, the Commander-in-Chief of Iran’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corpse (IRGC), has warned.

In a statement on Wednesday, Salami said “the enemy couldn’t do anything towards Iran. It has tried to compensate for its successive defeats somewhere, but it didn’t get the results it sought.”

Rouhani: The people of the region must work to expel American forces

Tehran, ST-  Iranian President Hassan Rouhani stressed the need for the people of the region to expel  American forces from their countries..

Rouhani said in a speech during the Iranian government meeting today that "the American forces are not safe in the region today, and the European Union forces may be in danger tomorrow."

He added, “Targeting Ayn al-Assad’s base means that we will not give up  to the United States and we will  respond to any attack. We will respond to the assassination of Lieutenant General Qassem Soleimani by ejecting  America from the region.

A Yemeni child was martyred in Saada

A Yemeni child was killed and a girl wounded by the shelling of the Saudi aggression forces in Saada Governorate, Yemen.

Al-Masirah Net reported that the Saudies attacked with missiles populated areas in Saada, causing the death of a child and the injury of a girl.

Two days ago, a child was martyred and his brother was wounded by a remnant bomb explosion of the Saudi aggression in Saada Governorate.

 

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