'Turkey arms Daesh in exchange for oil, antiquities'

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attends to the G20 Leaders Summit welcoming ceremony on November 15, 2015 in Antalya. AFP
  1. The Syrian army says Turkey has stepped up its weapons supplies to terrorists in Syria in exchange for oil and antiquities stolen from Syria and Iraq by Daesh.
  2. Russia slaps Turkey with sanctions, including visa and labor force restrictions, bans on the imports of some products, and aviation, over the recent downing of a Russian jet.
  3. Macedonian security forces clash with refugees on the southern border with Greece.
  4. Anti-war protests are gaining momentum as some European countries are trying to expand the aerial campaign in Syria under the pretext of targeting Daesh Takfiri terrorists.
  5. Macedonian security forces have clashed with asylum seekers on the southern border with Greece.
  6. Protesters in Kosovo have held a rally against an EU-brokered deal to improve ties with Serbia.
  7. France has denied entry to nearly one-thousand asylum seekers since the deadly attacks in Paris on November 13.
  8. French opposition lawmakers believe that Paris needs to renew diplomacy with Damascus so the two sides can cooperate in the fight against terrorism.

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