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The United Kingdom is joining other European countries in limiting its arms sales to Turkey by suspending new export licenses over Ankara's military offensive in northern Syria, Reuters reported Oct. 15.
U.S. President Donald Trump announced on Twitter on Oct. 14 that he would soon issue an executive order imposing sanctions on current and former Turkish government officials, increasing steel tariffs to 50 percent, and ceasing negotiations on a new trade deal with Turkey in response to Ankara's offensive in northeastern Syria.
Tunisian independent outsider Kais Saied has won the country's presidential elections after receiving 72.21 percent of the vote in a runoff against media magnate Nabil Karoui, according to the Tunisian electoral commission, Tunisie Numerique reported Oct. 14.
Saudi forces have taken control over security in the southern Yemeni port city of Aden, Reuters reported Oct. 14, citing sources familiar with the matter. According to the report, responsibility for security in the city was handed over to a Saudi commander last week.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani has declared a foreign government responsible for an Oct. 11 attack on the country's Sabiti oil tanker, noting that Tehran would retaliate against the assailants, Reuters reported Oct. 14. Rouhani, however, did not accuse a specific country of committing the attack.
Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan has met with Iranian President Hassan Rouhani and Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei to defuse tensions between Iran and Saudi Arabia, Al-Jazeera reported Oct. 14.
Ankara has long sought to establish a buffer zone to protect Turkey from the effects of the Syrian civil war, but as the Turkish government finally gets closer to getting what it wants, its aspirations will crash into geopolitical reality.
U.S. President Donald Trump has ordered the withdrawal of almost the entire contingent of U.S. ground forces -- upward of 1,000 troops -- from northern Syria, AFP reported Oct. 13, citing the U.S. Defense Department.
Iran has claimed an incident occurred with one of its oil tankers in the Red Sea, Reuters reported Oct. 11. Officials first hinted that a missile from Saudi Arabia could have hit the vessel, although Tehran since withdrew its initial claims and reports of a fire onboard.
U.S. forces reportedly came under accidental fire from Turkish troops in northern Syria amid Ankara's advance into the region, Newsweek reported Oct. 11, citing an Iraqi Kurdish intelligence official and a senior U.S. Defense Department official.
The Iraqi Parliament has voted to confirm the appointment of new education and health ministers proposed by Prime Minister Adel Abdul-Mahdi, but it adjourned before voting on three other ministerial candidates, Reuters reported Oct. 10.
U.S. President Donald Trump has signed an executive order authorizing the Treasury Department to impose sanctions on Turkey for its incursion into northeastern Syria, CNBC reported Oct. 11. However, the U.S. government will not yet follow through with the penalties.
The Trump administration is reportedly signaling it is more open to congressional legislation to impose sanctions on Turkey over its incursion into northeastern Syria, although it still prefers mediation over economic sanctions, The Washington Post reported Oct. 10.