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Turkey to see more bombings as Erdogan's support for Syrian rebels backfires

18.05.2013 14:07

Terrorist attacks on Turkish soil won’t stop until the country’s Prime Minister, Tayyip Erdogan, gives up on his support of rebel forces in Syria, British broadcaster, Neil Clark, told RT.

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Anonymous user 25.05.2013 18:38

he's the some thing or other of turkey

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 13:45

Some big & growing demonstrations by young Turks & students against Erdogangster. His time's up.

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 09:06

Erdogan a puppet government of USA, so can be safe from Armenian genocide

Anonymous user 23.05.2013 07:27

( @ReyhanlınınFaili Akphükümeti (we are protesting on this hashtag) )


Dan Hughes 23.05.2013 00:04

Syria is supported by Russia and also Hezbollah,so doers this mean that Russia and Hezbollah are now allies?

Anonymous user 22.05.2013 03:08

Do not support Assad or Ahmadinejad, but is Erdogan on slippery slope;The people of Syria are hurt?

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 20:09

assad gave his cand,4 2014 syr,ellection if he is ellected , 2many leader will b gone by then 2 bad

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 16:25

O.t.a.n.madre del terrorismo internacional. Ellos mismos lo confiesan.todo el mundo calla

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 13:47

Hope people of turkey riseup to their fascist government supporting terror, same goes to Israel

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 13:46

Syrian Rebels are US hired thugs, the real Syrian Resistance is truly Syrian...not the same.

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 13:44

Netanyahoo along with his friend Erdogan are supporting those rebels terrorist, now its backfiring

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 09:03

Syrian Assad is a murderer criminal. No one likes him.

Anonymous user 21.05.2013 07:58

shameful for Turkey to interfere in Syria

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