Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed to establish a demilitarized zone of 15 to 20 kilometers in Idlib.
Russian media have worked to promote tensions between Turkey and NATO, encouraged Ankara to support Russian actions in Eurasia and the Middle East and influenced the country's internal political development to transform it into a "more compliant partner."
The figure turned out to be an art installation, but it has already been covered by expletives and graffiti.
Turkey is on the brink of a social breaking point, but its president is still winning elections, experts told Newsweek.
Qatar's Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani made the announcement Wednesday, saying the move was his way of standing by "brothers in Turkey."
America, as the planet's most powerful nation, can offer crucial help.
Erdogan said Israel's "nation-state" law proves it is the most fascist and racist country in the world.
"A total disgrace that Turkey will not release a respected U.S. Pastor, Andrew Brunson, from prison," Trump tweeted.
The government has arrested at least 160,000 people, dismissed 152,000 civil servants and purged the judiciary since the coup attempt.
Market-friendly ministers, who encouraged confidence in the Turkish state, are not included in Recep Tayyip Erdogan's new government.
Parliamentary supporters honored Erdogan with a minute-long standing ovation after he was sworn in.
The State Department asks that you "reconsider travel" to Turkey and explicitly warns "do not travel" to certain areas of the country.
Israeli officials said Erdogan is also donating funds to Islamic Organizations in Arab neighborhoods in East Jerusalem.
"Any effort by the Government of the Republic of Turkey to further enhance their relationship with Russia will degrade the general security of the NATO alliance."
State media said Erdogan secured victory with 53 percent of the vote in the first round of voting.
Holding a political figure for making disparaging remarks, Selahattin Demirtaş says, is evidence of how Erdogan has replaced democracy with a repressive one-party state.
Ozil and Gundogan met Erdogan in London on Sunday.
Turkey and its insurgent allies are sweeping through Kurdish territory and risking an international conflict with the U.S., France, Syria and Iraq.
The new law is again stoking fears of new restrictions on freedom of expression.
Turkey's justice minister said the government wants to introduce penalties after registering a spike in child sexual abuse cases.
"What are you talking about?" the robot interjected, yet again, as Turkey's communications minister decided he had had enough.
An outbreak of hostilities would drive a stake directly into the heart of NATO.