World Bulletin / News Desk
In a written statement, Turkey’s Foreign Ministry expressed sadness “about reports of casualties and damage to buildings as well as to commercial airplanes” during the clashes.
The ministry called on armed groups in Tripoli and all over Libya to act “in accordance with Libyan law and decisions taken by the Presidency Council of the Government of National Accord.”
At least 11 people were killed Monday in the clashes, Libyan media reported.
Commenting on the clashes, Libya’s Presidential Council, affiliated with the UN-backed unity government, said the attacks had been aimed at securing the release of incarcerated ISIL and Al-Qaeda terrorists.
In 2016, 466 terrorists while in 2017, 429 others surrendered to security forces
Turkish EU Minister Omer Celik accuses Germany of patronizing terrorism
Opposition Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) pledges tax-free fuel for farmers in its manifesto
Party aims to find solutions to '5 main problems' of Turkey
Writing for Daily Sabah, presidential spokesman Kalin says Erdogan remains most trusted political leader over 16 years
Investigation of May 10 missile attack on Turkish cargo ship ongoing, says Foreign Ministry
Turkish president seeks support for investigation of irregularities
Anti-terror police arrest suspects during operation against organization's social media network
Bank will take further steps when necessary, has government's full support, deputy prime minister says
Turkey will continue to display solidarity with African at regional and international platforms, says Foreign Ministry
Presidential aide Ibrahim Kalin criticizes French newsweekly Le Point for calling President Erdogan ‘dictator’ on cover
Dean of the Africa Diplomatic Corps, Ambassador Marcel Mulumba Tshidimba speaks to AA
2020 UEFA Champions League final to be played at Ataturk Olympic Stadium, Erdogan announces
A presidential spokesman says Turkish economy is strong, has withstood effects of defeated coup
Operations target dismissed and serving police officers and army personnel