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The total number of confirmed cases in Turkey has climbed to 148,067 while the death toll surged to 4,096
101,715 patients have recovered in Turkey since the outbreak, while 998 patients are being treated at the intensive care units
Turkey conducted 33,687 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,298,806
The total number of confirmed cases in the country has climbed to 122,392, while the death toll surged to 3,258, the minister tweeted. Turkey conducted 41,431 tests for the coronavirus in the last 24 hours, bringing the total number of tests carried out to 1,075,048, he added
The number of confirmed infections stands at 677, with 21 deaths. The country has imposed a total lockdown since mid-March, allowing citizens to leave their homes only to buy food or medicine
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During a press conference held in Cairo, he said the clashes in Libya aimed at preventing the militias from exploiting the ceasefire, explaining that the person who lead the operations in Libya is a Turkish person called Abu al-Furqan.
Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said that Turkey launched “Operation Spring Shield” in Idlib against Syrian forces on Sunday, in response to the Syrian attack last Thursday, which killed at least 33 Turkish soldiers.
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Top diplomats from Britain, Italy, Germany, France as well as the European Union said in a joint statement after the meeting that “there is no military solution to the Libyan crisis… An immediate cessation of hostilities is therefore crucial.”
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Turkey announced it would send troops to Libya to support GNA, Egypt opposes
The raids were initiated in the capital Ankara to capture 50 foreign nationals over alleged ties to the Islamic State (IS) militant group, the agency said.
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Erdogan arrived in Tunisia on an unannounced visit on Wednesday to meet his Tunisian counterpart Kais Saied, in which both presidents will discuss bilateral relations and the situation in Libya.
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Expressing Egypt’s rejection of Turkish policies in the region, Shoukry described it as expansionist and dangerous. He asserted that Egypt respects Syrian sovereignty, and supports a political solution to the Syrian crisis.
‘Turkey’s most likely objective is to help GNA-allied militias battle LNA to a stalemate, then seek a bargain with Russia as done in Syria,’ says fellow
“Sending Turkish troops to Libya will be a major escalation and would fuel the conflict between the GNA and Haftar,” says professor
The closed-door meeting, which was not on Erdogan’s official agenda, came days after he announced that Turkey is ready to send troops to Libya if asked, escalating the already tense situation in the Mediterranean region.
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