World Bulletin / News Desk
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said that the Syrian regime would get the answer it deserves from Syria's own sons.
Speaking to press corps after Friday Prayer in London, Turkish PM Erdogan said that opposition groups in Aleppo gained control of several neighbors in the city.
"The regime is getting prepared for an attack with tanks and helicopters in the city centre of Aleppo. It's not clear what's going to happen today. The foreign minister and I have been following up the developments. I wish that the regime gets the answer it deserves from Syria's own sons," said Erdogan.
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