The remarks by Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu came hours after the US military announced it for the first time had airdropped weapons, ammunition and medical supplies provided by Iraqi Kurdish authorities to Kurdish forces in Kobane.
Syrian Kurdish fighters welcome US arms drop as Turkey boosts Kobane battle ~ link ~
Kurds battling militants for the Syrian border town of Kobane welcomed a first US airdrop of weapons on Monday as neighbouring Turkey said it will help Iraqi Kurds to join the fight.
In just over a month, an Estonian intelligence officer has been reported abducted by Russian forces, Finland has complained of Russian interference with one of its research vessels, and Sweden has lodged an official protest over a "serious violation" when Russian warplanes entered its air space.
Earlier Swedish media reported that the nation’s navy is looking for a submarine in the Baltic Sea, possibly belonging to Russia.
"From the information we have, we cannot draw the same conclusion as the media that there is a damaged U-boat," he said.
UKIP's alliance in European Parliament rescued by Polish MEP ~ link ~
Blast rocks chemical plant in Donetsk, eastern Ukraine - Claims that a tactical missile was used ~ link ~ This would be a major escalation by the Coup Junta, if true. Stirling
A huge blast has rocked a chemical factory in Donetsk in eastern Ukraine, the city council says on its website. The blast wave reportedly shattered windows in houses in a radius of several kilometers.
Local militia has said that the plant was targeted by a tactical Tochka-U missile (SS-21 Scarab).RT’s team in Donetsk is trying to verify this information.
Red Death: Heartbreaking photos of children in Sierra Leone as virus tears families apart ~ link ~
The death toll in the outbreak is now at 4,546, around half of the known cases in Guinea, Liberia and Sierra Leone, according to the latest figures from the UN World Health Organization.