World Bulletin / News Desk
"Friends of Syrian People" meeting started in Paris, France on Friday.
More than hundred countries' representatives and several Syrian opponent groups attend the meeting.
Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs Ahmet Davutoglu represents Turkey among the other participants of the meeting.
The first "Friends of Syrian People" meeting took place in Tunisia on February 24 and the second in Istanbul on April 1.
Meeting in Paris will focus on the pressure over the Syrian regime.
Moreover, representatives of some international establishments will underline the Geneva meeting which took place on June 30 and Annan's six point plan.
Russia did not attend the meetings which took place in Tunisia and Istanbul and will not be attending the meeting in Paris as they are a strong supporter of the government of Damascus.
China also boycotts the meetings.
The second pilot who ejected from the fighter jet shot by Turkish forces has been picked up by the Syrian army
Sources report that first pilot was killed by opposition forces who shot at him as he landed after ejecting from the plane
Turkish reports say incident happened in border area between Turkey's southern Hatay province and an area in northwest Syria populated by the Turkic-speaking Turkmen minority
Twin attacks target hotel housing judges tasked with overseeing Egypt’s parliamentary polls
Turkey has condemned the ruthless attacks by Russia and have sent a letter to the UN expressing grave concern about attacks in Bayirbucak Turkmen area in northwestern Syria
Iran calls for international investment as it seeks a greater share of the world's gas market
Russia and Iran have 'unity of views' on Syria, a spokesman for Kremlin says after President Putin held talks in Tehran with supreme leader Khamenei
To avoid crossing paths with Russian planes, France is coordinating with Moscow via the U.S. coalition headquarters in Qatar
Russian president is due to hold talks with supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei and President Hassan Rouhani on the one-day visit
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights confirmed the army's advance, which it said had been backed by Russian warplanes and military helicopters
Russian missiles launched from the Caspian Sea have caused disruptions to air traffic in the Middle East.
Kerry has scheduled meetings with Abu Dhabi Crown Prince and UAE Foreign Minister
At least 97 children are among those who have been killed by Russian strikes which began in late September
Turkey has expressed concern in recent days over Russian air raids in the area, fearing they are aimed at hitting Syrian opposition fighters and bolstering the Assad regime
'I have asked the attorney general to advance steps to revoke the citizenship of those who join ISIL,' PM Netanyahu says
David Cameron will lobby MPs personally this week as he outlines his plans for striking ISIL in Syria