Turkey's president has said Iraqi Kurds could go hungry as a result of the punitive measures it is considering after Monday's independence referendum. Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused the head of the Kurdistan Regional Government of "treachery" for pressing ahead with the vote despite international opposition. All military and economic options were now "on the table", Mr Erdogan said. He had previously threatened to cut a vital Kurdish oil export pipeline and stop lorries crossing Turkey's border.
Sabri Unal bears the scars of Turkey's failed coup - quite literally. On the night of 15 July last year, he joined thousands on the streets to resist the rogue soldiers attempting to seize control. "I saw tanks approaching - so I threw myself to the ground to block the first one", he said, pointing out the spot on the busy road. "It didn't stop and it drove over me." CCTV footage showed the miraculous moment that Sabri got up, the tracks of the tank having passed either side of him.
#US-#Turkey relations continue to plummet. McMaster says #Turkey and #Qatar main sponsors of extremist Islamic ideology targeting the west. A reminder: this is the biggest military power in #NATO talking about the second biggest. Extraordinary. https://t.co/Zwfy3UuRPn
Joint statement by @OIC_OCI calls on all countries to recognise independent #Palestine with East #Jerusalem as its capital; condemns #Trump move as "null and void" and asks #UN to reaffirm the city's status (as capital of two states). Will @realDonaldTrump take note? Unlikely.
Tough talk from @OIC_OCI today but will there be real bite? Various members have only sent ministers (a poss sign of low expectation), some governments are more pro-#Trump than others, there's the old Sunni-Shia tension - and street reaction to #Jerusalem issue relatively muted
#Abbas: we thought we could work together with #US for peace. #Trump did opposite. His decision provoked world at large. With this step, US chosen to lose its competence as mediator. Disqualifies itself from role in peace process. US proven full bias for #Israel
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