- Ankara explosion and Turkish-Russian proxy war in Syria (euromaidanpress.com)
- Another Alliance of Fools Targets Russia (webabuser.blogspot.com)
- Turkish operations against Kurdish people ‘resembles collective punishment’ says Amnesty International (sott.net)
- Turks sympathise but détente long way off (thejc.com)
- 26 PKK members killed in Turkish airstrikes (theiranproject.com)
- Russia’s sanctions on Turkey ‘hurting Russian economy’ (worldbulletin.net)
Iranian media are following the Russian one, publishing articles in which they accuse (implicitly) the Turkish President Erdogan to have known of the attacks in Bruxelles in advance. All derives from a speech that Erdogan gave on March 18, four days before the attacks in Bruxelles, after the explosion of the bomb in Ankara. In that occasion, Erdogan said that “nothing prevents that a bomb, like the one that exploded in Ankara, could explode also in Bruxelles“. Erdogan was accused many times by Russian and Iranian media to be a supporter of Isis.