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Erdogan claims that Turkey is in discussion with the United States for the acquisition of new F-16

 Erdogan claims that Turkey is in discussion with the United States for the acquisition of new F-16 © Reuters - Osman Orsal Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Sunday, October 17 that his country was in talks with the United States for the acquisition of F-16 combat aircraft (image of illustration). Sunday, before taking off for his trip to Africa, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his country was in talks with the United States for the acquisition of F-16 US combat aircraft. Turkey had been excluded from the F-35 aircraft program after purchase Russian anti-air defense systems.

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France again crosses the bar of the 5,000 daily cases of Covid-19

while it was starting to (a little) move away, the scepter of the coronavirus is perhaps back. France has indeed passed the bar of the 5,000 daily cases of Covid-19 , according to the public health figures published this Monday confirming the rise in contaminations found since 20 October. If we smooth the numbers for a week, Monday was the third consecutive day above this symbolic bar. The painting is still far from dark and alarmist. If the epidemic goes back somewhat, the hospital data remains relatively reassuring. The number of hospitalized patients, from 6,405 Monday, is almost stable since mid-October. And in critical care services, the number of 1.023 is among the lowest since the beginning of the pandemic.

Turkish central bank lowers key interest rate radical than expected

 Turkish central bank lowers key interest rate radical than expected Despite a very high inflation rate, Turkish central bank has drastically reduced its key interest rate. She apparently gives the pressure of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. © Karl-Josef Hildenbrand / DPA Despite the high inflation rate, Turkish central bank has drastically lowered its key interest rate. , contrary to the general teaching, believes that the country's suffering from high inflation can be cranked with lower interest rates.

who killed Mireille Knoll? The mutual charges of the two implicated

the trial that opens this Tuesday will allow to know the name of the murderer of Mireille Knoll ? On March 23, 2018, firefighters discovered the calcined body, heated with 11 knife stackers, this octogenary of Jewish confession, survivors of the Holocaust. More than three years later, the trial of Yacine Mihoub, 31, and Alex Carrimbacus, 25, will begin at 9:30 in front of the Paris Court of Assises. They are judged for "murder on vulnerable person, committed because of the religion of the victim", a crime liable to perpetuity criminal imprisonment. For the moment, the two men, who had met in prison, reject the responsibility of the murder. The judges therefore have until November 10 to unravel the true from the false.

Turkish Government: Erdoğan explains German ambassadors to the unwanted person

 Turkish Government: Erdoğan explains German ambassadors to the unwanted person The Turkish President also wants to show the ambassador of the US and other states. Background is the demand of the other countries to free the cultural conveyor Osman Kavala. © AFLabi Sotünde / Reuters The Turkish President Erdoğan Erdoğan explains German ambassadors to the unwanted person Turkey has explained the ambassadors of Germany, the US and several other states to unwanted persons. He instructed the Foreign Ministry to explain the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.

Erdogan gives up the ten Western diplomats of Turkey

The diplomatic crisis has been narrowly avoided, but the attitude of Recep Tayyip Erdogan could leave traces. Turkish President has given up on Monday to expel the ten Western ambassadors threatened because of their support for Osman Kavala opponent. To justify this turnaround, Erdogan claimed that the diplomats had "retreated" and "will be more cautious in the future." "Our intention was not to arouse a crisis," he continued. The United States has "taken act" of this "clarification", while promising to "continue to promote the rule of law" in Turkey.

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