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It follows MPs retracting statements that the Saudi-led coalition had not broken humanitarian law
Islamic State bragged of aircraft downing through its propaganda outlet al-Amaq.
Since the failed coup attempt, at least 99 generals and admirals have been charged.
Expanding US-Russia military cooperation in Syria is aimed at fighting Isis.
EU can express views on capital punishment but shouldn't make threatening statements, says foreign minister.
Jack Letts grew up in Oxfordshire but headed to Syria in 2014, claiming he was going to Kuwait.
Ghost Security Group says hacking groups not accredited by Isis are spreading fake information online.
Melih Gökçek said opposition cleric in exile Fethullah Gülen had used genies to control people.
Arrest orders issued over journalists' apparent links to cleric Fethullah Gulen.
The explosion occurred to the north-east of Baghdad.
Authorities say all 100,000 television equipment were voluntarily donated by Iranians for demolition.
The rally was organised by the country's opposition party CHP.
'No fire took place in the Nato land component headquarters in Izmir, nor in areas adjacent to it,' Nato has said.
Ministers also agreed to support all initiatives that could end security threats in the Arab world.
Terror group Isis continues to lose significant amount of territory and manpower