Rockets from the terrorist organization YPG/PKK hit civilian homes in the village of Al-Ulashli in northern Syria, in addition to the Omar bin Al-Khattab Mosque, forcing about 200 families to flee to the city of Al-Bab.
The YPG/PKK terrorist organization attacked a mosque and civilian homes with missiles in the village of “Al-Ulshli” in the Al-Bab region in northern Syria.
The organization’s members carried out their attack from the “Arima” area, which they occupy east of al-Bab, which the Turkish army cleared of terrorism with the “Euphrates Shield” operation.
Some missiles hit civilian homes in the village, in addition to the Omar bin Al-Khattab Mosque.
About 200 families living in Al-Ulashli were forced to flee to the city of Al-Bab as a result of terrorist attacks.
Abdullah, a resident of the village, explained that the mosque was damaged as a result of the YPG/PKK attack.
He said that the organization bombed “the mosque and the Qurans inside, and displaced 90% of the civilians, as the mosque is the house of God and does not contain any military group, yet it was bombed.”
President Erdogan : leaves for India to participate in the G20 summit
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left the country heading to India to participate in the 18th summit of leaders of the G20 countries, hosted by the Indian capital, New Delhi, on September 9 and 10, under the slogan “One Land, One Family, One Future.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan left the country on Friday, heading to India to participate in the G20 summit scheduled to be held on Saturday.
The president’s plane departed from Esenboga Airport in the capital, Ankara, and he was seen off by his deputy, Cevdet Yilmaz, the deputy governor of Ankara, Abdullah Dulk, and other officials.
The President is accompanied on his visit by Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan, Treasury and Finance Minister Mehmet Simsek, Intelligence Service Chief Ibrahim Kalin, Head of the Presidential Communications Department Fahrettin Altun, Presidential Advisor Akif Çagatay, and a number of officials.
Erdogan is expected to discuss issues related to combating climate change with his counterparts at the summit to be held in India on September 9 and 10 under the slogan “One Earth, One Family, One Future.”
Erdogan will also explain to the participating leaders the steps Turkey has taken regarding climate change, and will hold bilateral meetings with them on the sidelines of the summit.
The summit is expected to discuss a package of pressing global issues, in light of doubts about the bloc’s unity over controversial issues, including the Russian-Ukrainian war and climate change.
The G20 is an intergovernmental forum primarily concerned with economic issues. It includes the twenty largest economies in the world, and its membership is 19 countries and the European Union.
The member states are: Turkey, Argentina, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, France, Germany, India, Indonesia, Italy, Japan, South Korea, Mexico, Russia, Saudi Arabia, South Africa, the United Kingdom, and the United States.
Dubai – A helicopter crashes into the sea off Dubai, and a search is underway for its crew
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The Air Accident Investigation Sector at the General Authority of Civil Aviation in the Emirates announced the crash of a helicopter that took off from an airport in Dubai on Thursday evening, indicating that a search is underway for its two-person crew.
A statement published by the government news agency, WAM, stated that a report had reached the authority at 20:30 local time (16:30 GMT) stating that “a Bell 212 helicopter belonging to Aerogulf had crashed.”
He added that the plane fell “into the sea with two Egyptian and South African pilots on board, on a night training flight that took off from Al Maktoum International Airport” in the south of the Emirate of Dubai.
He continued, “The search and rescue teams have recovered the wreckage, and the search is still ongoing for the plane’s crew, and the air accident investigation team has moved to the site.”
The company is the main operator of commercial helicopters in the emirate and was established in 1976 to provide services to the oil and gas sector, before expanding its services to include other sectors.