Yesterday, Italian security forces arrested a citizen in Milan who promoted the idea of the terrorist organization "ISIS" via the Internet.
A missile attack targeted the US embassy in the center of Baghdad late on Saturday night.
The "Patriot system" succeeded in countering a Katyusha missile that was launched towards the embassy.
Egypt condemned in a statement issued by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, on Friday, the continued "Turkish violations of Iraqi sovereignty disguised as allegations of national security."
On Thursday, Iraq launched a military operation north of Baghdad to pursue the remnants of the ISIS terrorist group.
And the Iraqi News Agency quoted the Security Media Cell (affiliated to the army) as saying that, under the direction of the Prime Minister and Commander-in-Chief of the Armed Forces, and under the supervision of the Joint Operations Command, the Baghdad Operations Command began implementing a broad military security operation north of Baghdad.
The Italian police confiscated tons of narcotic pills from the manufacture of ISIS in Syria, in a process that is the largest of its kind in the world, it announced in a statement today, Wednesday.
Saruhan Oloche, deputy leader of the HDP party in the Turkish parliament, criticized what he described as the terror and torture of a leader in his party at the hands of police forces who stormed her house.
Oloche said in a press conference yesterday, Monday, that "the leader, Sevile Rugbin Stein, a member of the local administration council of the HDP, was tortured in her home for 3 and a half hours."
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, the head of the Turkish regime, continues to send his mercenaries from the Syrian factions to Libya to participate in military operations alongside Al-Wefaq militias against the Libyan National Army.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published today, Monday, that Turkey transferred new batches of Syrian mercenaries to Libya during the past few days, in conjunction with the continued return of hundreds of them to Syria, after the end of their contracts.
Turkish basketball star Anis Kanter, a professional in the American basketball league with the Boston Celtic team, said that the Turkish government has been suppressing the Kurds for years, and called for providing them with international protection.
Turkish journalist Tongar Gaten Kaya confirmed that detainees in Turkey's prisons are subjected to the worst forms of systematic torture, explaining that they were tortured so horrific that it amounted to what affects the honor of the man, his dignity and the cutting of organs.
In an interview with the Turkish "Bold Media" website on the occasion of the "International Day of Solidarity with Tortured Injustice", Turkish journalist Kaya explained that he was placed in a solitary cell, and that he was threatened by prison officials, to cut his body and separate his head.
Today, Saturday, the US State Department renewed its rejection of foreign military intervention in Libya, stressing the necessity of an immediate ceasefire, confirming its rejection of the attack, to which the Al-Wefaq militia and Turkish forces are preparing.
She called for respecting the United Nations arms embargo on Libya, saying "we urge the Libyan parties to abide by the ceasefire and to resume negotiations urgently."
Anwar Gargash, UAE Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, said yesterday, Wednesday, that the UAE confirms its solidarity with France in facing the statements and the ongoing hostilities from Turkey.
Gargash added in a tweet on Twitter, "We strongly condemn its dangerous behavior in targeting a French navy ship, as part of a mission by NATO to impose an arms embargo approved by the United Nations earlier this month."
Yesterday, French President Emmanuel Macron warned of the "dangerous game" that Turkey is playing in Libya during a joint press conference with his Tunisian counterpart Qais Saeed in Paris.
Macron spoke about the Libyan situation, saying that it is in everyone's interest to stop the war in Libya, and he stressed the need to stop foreign interference in Libya.
- Kurdistan Workers Party: 27 Turkish soldiers were killed, a vehicle was destroyed and two helicopters were damaged
- The death toll of Erdogan's mercenaries in Libya rose to 417, including 30 children
- More than 400 Syrian mercenaries were killed in Libya
- Killing and wounding 12 in an ISIS attack in eastern Iraq
- 59 people were killed in ISIS attack on a village in Nigeria
- More than 30 doctors and health personnel were infected with the Corona virus in Iraqi Kurdistan
- A new wave of arrests within the Turkish army
- Rami Makhlouf threatens the regime of Bashar al-Assad