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Turkish forces and allied Syrian rebels seized the northwest Afrin region from Kurdish fighters in March, after a two-month military offensive that prompted tens of thousands of people to flee.
Turkey is scheduled to go the polls on June 24, with three million expatriate Turks allowed to vote, including 1.4 million in Germany.
Israeli PM Benjamin Netanyahu slams Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan over Gaza 'genocide' remarks
"Erdogan is one of the biggest supporters of Hamas, so there's no doubt he's an expert on terror and slaughter," Netanyahu said in a Hebrew-language Twitter post.
Turan was banned for 10 matches for attacking the assistant referee, three matches for insulting him and another three matches for threatening him.
Akhisarspor held on after six minutes of injury time for a historic victory for their town in western Turkey's Aegean region.
The attack saw piles of rotten rubbish dumped outside the entrance to the church and the words "from an Erzurum resident, this homeland is ours" scrawled on a wall.
The central Taksim Square was entirely barricaded off by police, with images taken from the air showing the usually thronged urban space deserted apart from officers.
Eleven of the 20-member interim council were elected by the Kurds, eight by Arabs, and one by Turkmens, the Anadolu news agency reported.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vows perpetrators of Eastern Ghouta massacre will pay 'heavy price'
He vowed those behind the killings of civilians in the Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta would pay a "heavy price", after an alleged chemical assault killed dozens.
Fisher families, residing at Serankottai near the Naval camp alerted police on spotting the man, identified as Mahir Devrim.
The comments came after Israeli soldiers killed 16 Palestinians and wounded hundreds more on Friday when a major demonstration led to clashes along the border with the Gaza Strip.
The PKK has been waging an insurgency in the southeast since 1984 and is proscribed as a terror organisation by Ankara and its Western allies.
Erdogan said a "large number" of Kurdish fighters had "fled with their tails between their legs".
A civilian inside Afrin said that rebels had deployed in the city centre and that the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia had withdrawn.
Ankara on January 20 launched a military operation supporting Syrian rebels against the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units militia in its enclave of Afrin.