The long-anticipated ground invasion of the Palestinian enclave appears to have begun, as Netanyahu flails politically and fears of a wider regional war grow.
After months of carefully navigating a relationship with Vladimir Putin, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan seems to be calling it quits.
The Kremlin accused Istanbul of betraying a prisoner agreement just as Vladimir Putin announced he will be making a rare overseas trip to visit his pal, President Erdoğan.
The win extends Erdogan’s 20-year tenure as the country’s leader.
Vladimir Putin’s apparent affinity for a fellow strongman has gotten him dragged into a fiery election scandal thousands of miles away from Moscow.
Some officials are fearing the worst after Erdogan and his inner circle made a slew of alarming threats ahead of the election this week.
But Noel Rodriguez-Alvarez, who has multiple disabilities and chronic lung disease, wasn’t listed as a passenger on the Turkish Airlines flight.