ANKARA - Turkey ratcheted up its rhetoric against former friend Syria on Monday after protesters attacked its diplomatic missions in Syria.
"We will take the most resolute stance against these attacks and we will stand by the Syrian people's rightful struggle," Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu told the Turkish parliament, referring to the attacks on the diplomatic missions.
Davutoglu said it was no longer possible to trust the Syrian government.
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