The observatory revealed Turkey's intention to send a new batch of mercenaries from the Syrian factions to Libya in the coming days.
Turkey's opposition party leaders have criticized the government for "not doing enough to prevent violence against women."
Külünk, who is close to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, published the map on Twitter to mark the anniversary of the battle that fell on August 26.
Turkey Tribunal, a not-for-profit human rights organization registered in Belgium, will hold the session on September 21 and 25.
Another scandal adding to the Turkish pile got exposed as the true reason behind the murder of Turkish Brigadier General Semih Terzi, allegedly one of the key leaders of a 2016 failed coup in Turkey, was revealed.
Libya's National Army spokesperson Ahmed al-Mismary posted a video on his twitter official account, Friday showing a group of new Syrian-national mercenaries on board of Libyan Afriqiyah Airways flight heading to Misurata.
A spokesperson issued a statement saying that the “United States is aware that Turkey has issued a NAVTEX for research in disputed waters in the Eastern Mediterranean.
A source within the security forces has told ANF News about the background to the abduction of female ISIS members from Hol Camp.
Borrell's statement came during a press conference held on Monday in Brussels after a meeting of foreign ministers from European Union member states.
After four years of detainment, Serkan Golge, his wife, and their two sons are finally back in the United States.
Is it war that Erdogan wants?
The Libyan army had confirmed that it had managed to eliminate Syrian militias and mercenaries, who were sent by Turkey.
Davutoğlu however warned the government not to change the agenda of the nation with such speculations of an early election if it was not serious about it.
“Exploration will begin as soon as the process is completed,” he was quoted as saying.
He stressed in a televised interview that Erdogan will certainly leave office very soon.
According to Turkey Now website, the detainees include some members of the provincial council.
Türkdoğan has said in earlier remarks that İHD’s annual report listed the highest number of human rights violations since its establishment on July 17, 1986.
It was followed by a volley of tear gas from the other side.
CHP Deputy Chairman Engin Özkoç in a press conference on Tuesday slammed Erdogan over the previous reference to a killed Turkish soldier as a "head”.
The report by prominent think tank RAND Corporation, regarding Turkey’s foreign policy, also hinted that the Turkish defense minister was extremely close to the US military.