Oct 06, 2015

Erdogan warns Russia against losing Turkey's friendship | News , Middle East | THE DAILY STAR

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan Tuesday warned Russia against losing Ankara's friendship, after Russian warplanes twice violated its airspace near the Syrian border.

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