Erdogan complained Tuesday that neither the U.S. nor Russia has been able to "clean" the Kudish-led forces out of Turkey's invasion zone.
Mevlut Cavusoglu said Turkish forces agreed to a five-day pause to operations to allow Syrian Democratic Forces to withdraw and that Turkey stood ready to resume the invasion.
Trump whipped up a crowd of supporters in Dallas on Thursday by claiming credit for the five-day "ceasefire" in northeastern Syria.
Negotiators are reportedly close to an initial agreement that will open dialogue between the Taliban and the Afghan government with a view to ending almost two decades of conflict.
A senior Israeli officer who led the raid was also killed.
The killings come as Egypt attempts to broker a ceasefire deal between Israel and Hamas.
Previous agreements have failed to bring permanent peace in the world's youngest country.
Social media users noticed the footage was actually from a computer game known as "Arma 3."
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said the ceasefire would be in place from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. daily, beginning February 27.
Syrian air force bombardments killed at least 100 people, including 20 children, monitors say.
The Shiite militants announced the end of days of fighting against the Sunni Nusra Front. The U.S. considers both groups to be "foreign terrorist organizations."
Hafez al-Assad finished in the lower end of the International Mathematical Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro.
Turkey's state-run news agency listed 10 of the military outposts used by Washington in the fight against ISIS.
The Syrian leader pledged to defend the zones and to crush those who try to breach them.
The president's decision to strike a Syrian air base was in reaction to the suspected chemical attack in Khan Sheikhoun on Tuesday.
The international chemical weapons watchdog says it is gathering information about the attack that left dozens dead.