Soldiers recall orders to shoot civilians in their court testimonies
The Jerusalem Post newspaper said Eshki led a delegation of "businessmen and academics" on a mission to promote a stalled Saudi-led 2002 Arab peace initiative.
Army spokesman Sani Usman said in a statement late Saturday that five of the soldiers had been found, including the unit's commanding officer.
"I have the scars to prove it," quips the former secretary of state, painted by her enemies as "crooked," "corrupt" and even an enabler of her husband's affairs.
The latest deaths come after the government on Tuesday reported fighting had claimed the lives of seven servicemen in the highest one-day death toll in the conflict for two months.
The G20 cited several other factors complicating the global economic environment, among them "geopolitical conflicts, extremism and refugee flows".
It said the talks were aimed at "finding solutions to the short, medium and long-term future of the Niger Delta region", home to the country's massive oil and gas resources.
"The doctors could only yell for their colleagues to take cover and shield the babies," the group said in a statement.
More than 2000 institutions affiliated with US-based preacher Fetullah Gulen are closed amid anti-coup probe
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim will chair the body
Gatherings praise Turkish resistance to military coup
Thousands of coup suspects to face trial after court appearance
Aleppo has seen an uptick in airstrikes in recent days
Article in The Atlantic claims Turkey has 'no democracy for it to lose'
Co-chair of Turkish/EU lawmakers' committee says Europe should prevent Gulen Organization's activities
US vice president assures Turkish PM America would 'work together' on issue
Graham Fuller, a former CIA chairman has refuted claims that Fethullah Gulen was the mastermind of the coup. Gulen fled Turkey to the US in 1999 after officials charged him with trying to overthrow the state
Assault rifles and heavy weapons used in South Sudan were sold by a Polish millionaire involved in illegal arms sales
In 2015 Luca Locatelli, a documentary photographer, received permission to visit Mecca and Medina. He documented his trip in a virtual reality video for The New York Times.
Turkey detains Gulen's nephew after attempted coup, refresh for updates
2 explosions rip through 1,000-people protest against power line plan in Kabul, Afghanistan
Community leader says concrete evidence, transparency needed to ensure citizens are spared unlawful persecution
Police say 'obvious link' between Munich gunman and Norway's Breivik
Rodrigo Duterte says will push for law pursued by one-time largest Muslim rebel group, minus ‘unconstitutional’ provisions
Angela Merkel has convened her security council over the Munich shootings
Indian forces have shot at numerous protestors with more than 3000 people injured after violence flared after the killing of 18 year old Burhan Wari
Turkish President Erdogan has for years strengthened his relationship with the masses and with people's trust in him enabled the coup to be around in only a few hours
Hundreds of refugees set off on foot Friday toward Serbia's border with Hungary to protest its decision to keep its border closed for most people trying to reach the European Union.
Despite Israel illegally occupying the land of Palestine, a small group of Palestinian villages living in the hills of al-Khalili may also be forced to leave their homeland because of Israeli claims of living on an "archaeological site"'
Nearly 1,000 athletes from 36 countries will compete in the first Down Syndrome Olympics
In latest sign of normalizing ties, Russian PM announces resumption of economic, trade relations
Former KKK leader David Duke has launched a bid for the US senate
Articles in Western media mischaracterize the state of emergency, ignore FETO's threat to democracy
A shooting rampage at a busy shopping centre in Munich, which killed at least nine people, was carried out by a sole attacker, who then shot himself dead, German police said early on Saturday.