Anadolu Agency is here with a rundown of the latest developments in Turkey, around the world and the coronavirus pandemic.

Developments in Turkey, coronavirus pandemic and other news

Turkey has administered more than 103.52 million doses of COVID-19 vaccines since the country launched a mass immunization campaign in January.

Turkish security forces neutralized a total of four PKK terrorists across the border in northern Iraq.

At least 29 people with suspected links to FETO, the terrorist group behind the 2016 defeated coup in Turkey, were arrested across the country.

Families in Turkey whose children have been abducted or forcibly recruited by the PKK terrorist organization continued a sit-in protest, demanding their children back. The protest has been ongoing since Sept. 3, 2019.

Authorities in Turkey’s northwestern province of Kirklareli held eight irregular migrants who illegally entered Turkey, and they were referred to the provincial migration office.

Explosives planted by the PKK terror group in northern Iraq’s Duhok province detonated, killing at least two Peshmerga forces.

The European Union will hold a summit on European defense next year, “since it is time to step up for a European Defense Union,” the president of the European Commission announced.

The Saudi-led Arab coalition carried out a series of airstrikes on three cities in Yemen, targeting Marib, Taiz and Saada provinces.

Australia announced plans to acquire a nuclear submarine fleet following the formation of a trilateral defense pact with the US and the UK as China becomes increasingly assertive in the Indo-Pacific.

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