Syria strike shows Russia not seeking ‘lasting peace’: Erdogan Oct 29, 2020 0 1188 12345 Ankara: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Wednesday strongly condemned Russia for conducting an air strike that killed dozens of pro-Ankara rebels in Syria. “Russia’s attack on the training centre of the Syrian national army forces in the Idlib region shows it does not want lasting peace in the region,” Erdogan said. A Russian war plane on Monday hit a training centre for Turkish-backed fighters in the northwestern Syrian province near Turkish border. (afp) Pages 12 RELATED ARTICLES Millions queue to vote as India state election gets under way Oct 29, 2020 0 264 World Muslim leaders slam insult to Islam as France cartoon row intensifies Oct 29, 2020 0 379 Erdogan blasts ‘disgusting’ Hebdo cartoon Oct 29, 2020 0 269 Suspects arrested after deadly Islamic school bombing in Pakistan ISLAMABAD: Police in north-western Pakistan on Wednesday arrested at least 55 suspects in a swoop after a bombing at an Islamic school that killed eight students a day earlier. The arrests were made from the vicinity of .. 21 dead in Armenia missile attack: Azerbaijan AFP Barda, Azerbaijan Azerbaijan accused Armenia of killing 21 people and wounding dozens in a missile strike near Nagorno-Karabakh on Wednesday, the deadliest reported attack on civilians in a month of fighting over .. Iran hits daily record 415 virus deaths TEHRAN: Iran on Wednesday reported 415 new deaths from the novel coronavirus, the second daily record toll in a row in the Middle East’s worst-hit country. Health ministry spokeswoman Sima Sadat Lari said the new ..