World Bulletin/News Desk
US President Barack Obama has asked for Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's help in showing reaction to violence following angry protests that targeted American diplomatic missions over a film that insulted and degraded the Prophet Muhammad, a White House spokesperson said Friday.
"President Obama has sent a personal message to the prime minister to request his help in voicing reaction to violence," Jay Carney told a daily press briefing.
Erdogan strongly condemned on Thursday the attack on Benghazi consulate, saying, "we are against such incidents. We have let our colleagues know that we were ready to take any mutual steps in this issue."
US Ambassador Christopher Stevens and three other American diplomats were killed in an attack on US consulate in Benghazi, Libya.
Protestors also stormed US offices in Yemen, Egypt and Sudan in reaction to the inflammatory movie.
The motion enables Turkish government to deploy troops in Iraq and Syria for another year
2 other soldiers also wounded in PKK rocket and mortar fire attack in Hakkari's Semdinli district, officials say
Serious consequences will ensue if northern Iraq referendum is not cancelled, says presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalin
Military says terrorist targets in northern Iraq destroyed in airstrikes on Friday
Iraq's neighbor Turkey has given the necessary warning but this has not been heeded, says PM Binali Yildirim
Weapons and ammunition also seized in operations in southeastern provinces, says Interior Ministry
Turkey calls for referendum to be cancelled, not postponed, says deputy prime minister
731km out of projected 828km wall along Syrian frontier has already been constructed, according to Turkish official
Motion will extend mandate for Turkey's cross-border operations in Iraq and Syria for another year
Interior Ministry official says 35,000 applications already completed
'It will not bring happiness to our Kurdish brothers in the region,' Turkish PM Binali Yildirim says
Jet catches fire which has been now put out; 2 pilots, air stewardess slightly hurt
Hakkari governorate says howitzers killed four PKK terrorists in Yuksekova district
Turkish Coast Guard rescues 38 others following incident early Friday morning
Turkey's Diyanet Foundation says its has given $16M in scholarship to foreign students
One injured, 8 arrested at Caglayan courthouse as rival sides in murder trial exchange fire