It was claimed that a “chemical attack” was carried out in Khan Sheikhun town on the south of Idlib, which left at least 58 people dead, including 11 children. After the reports concerning the use of chemical weapons, UN Security Council decided to hold an emergency meeting today.
At least ten people have been killed in twin explosions in St. Petersburg metro.
Russia declared that there will be a “humanitarian pause” in Aleppo on November 4 between 9 am and 7 pm local time.
Russia declared that there will be a “humanitarian pause” to bombardment in Aleppo between 8 am and 4 pm on October 20.
Jarablus operation, which was launched against ISIS but also targeted Kurdish military forces, continues. However, some sources claim that the US, Iran and Russia came to an agreement in Jarablus, or northern Syria, and Turkey and PYD accepted the conditions of this agreement. According to this alleged agreement, Turkey will stay in Jarablus and Kurds will be able to connect Kobani and Afrin cantons through Al-Bab.
We talked to Caucasus Institute Director Alexander Iskandaryan about the influences of the crisis between Russia and Turkey.
Diplomatic crisis that started with the downing of Russian warplane by Turkish forces continues. During the day, statements from Turkey and Russia have been made one after the other.
Near Turkey’s border with Syria, a Russian warplane is crashed. The warplane is made crash by Turkey’s fighter jets on the grounds that it violated the airspace of Turkey.
What is the actual extent of the relation between Armenia and Russia? We talked to Gevorg Ter-Gabrielyan, the Director for Armenia-based Eurasia Partnership Foundation, about the relation between Armenia and Russia.