Oct 02, 2015

Turkish President Erdoğan blasts Netanyahu for 'daring' to attend Paris rally - INTERNATIONAL

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has blasted Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu for "daring" to attend an anti-terror solidarity march in Paris, accusing him of leading "state terrorism" against the Palestinians.

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