"I apologize for the offence that has been caused", said Jens Stoltenberg, adding: "The incidents were the result of an individual's actions and do not reflect the views of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation".
"I have been informed about offence caused in a recently concluded exercise at NATO's Joint Warfare Centre in Stavanger, Norway", he said, in a statement.
"Such a state cannot be an ally of Turkey", the Turkish president said. They put up something like an enemies board which included Ataturk's picture and my name.
Reports said that an image of the "enemy" in the mock exercise was actually a photo of modern Turkey's founder, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk.
"They told me that they are withdrawing our 40 soldiers from there [Norway]", Erdogan said. "There can be no alliance like that", Erdogan told members of his ruling AK Party in Ankara. "The incidents were the result of an individual's actions and do not reflect the views of North Atlantic Treaty Organisation".
The Turkish leader said of the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation alliance: "There can be no such pact, no such alliance", the New York Times reported.
NATO's website lists two military exercises that are now ongoing in Norway.
"It's not possible to have this kind of alliance", he added, speaking in front of giant pictures of himself and Ataturk, who founded modern Turkey out of the ruins of the Ottoman Empire in 1923. It was not clear what drill Erdogan was referring to and there was no immediate comment from North Atlantic Treaty Organisation. It is now led by Major General Andrzej Reudowicz of Poland.
"The Norwegian national was removed from the exercise by JWC as a outcome of the incident".
"The message does not reflect Norway's views or policies and I apologize for the content of the message".
"Turkey is a valued NATO Ally, which makes important contributions to Allied security". The five officers said that they feared being arrested and tortured in Turkey.
Replying to a question, he said it is a point of discussion on what was the driving force or lure behind youths joining militants. Khan told news agency ANI that one of the three terrorists arrested is injured and is undergoing treatment in a hospital.
At the moment, the device, which was initially teased at Google I/O 2017 in May, will be available exclusively in China. There's no word just yet on pricing or availability, but this headset won't be making its way to Western regions.
There are also much larger front and rear wings and revised active aerodynamic control created for the demands of track driving. This includes time in the simulator and professional on-track tuition, plus programmes to improve their physical fitness.
Syria agreed to destroy its chemical weapons in 2013 under a deal brokered by Russian Federation and the United States. Diplomats said the United States had amended its draft in a bid to win Russian support.
Users can sign up for the deal on Friday by going to sprint .com/hulu from their Sprint phone and following the outlined steps. As for Sprint's Unlimited Freedom plan, it's listed at $25/month for the first four lines, with a fifth line being free.
Three UCLA players who were arrested for allegedly stealing sunglasses last week in Shanghai are talking to the media. The three were in China with their Bruins teammates last week to open the season against Georgia Tech on Friday.
More, importantly it shows that the English Premier League have plenty of good players waiting in the ranks for their chance. Loftus-Cheeks' Crystal Palace head to the Hawthorns to face West Brom when the Premier League resumes again on Saturday.
The painting, once owned by King Charles I of England, vanished for centuries from the public view until resurfacing in 1900. Long-known to have existed, and long-sought after, it seemed just a tantalizingly unobtainable dream until now.
Broadcom doesnt care about the outcome of that deal it has stated that it wants to acquire Qualcomm with or without NXP. Analysts said Broadcom can now raise its bid, go for a proxy fight or launch a hostile exchange offer.
While Trump and Duterte have already spent some informal time together, their official meeting is scheduled for Monday. Human Rights Watch said that even children are being targeted and described the issue as a "new level of depravity".
Dog-owners live longer, new study says
The psychological effects of owning a dog are well-known: A furry housemate can reduce stress and improve well-being. Now, the results of this study don't mean that there's a causal relationship between owning a dog and living longer.
Woman Alleges Al Franken Groped Her, Shares Photo
Her account includes a photo of Franken posing for the camera as he reaches for Tweeden's breasts while she appears to be asleep. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell was quick to call for an ethics committee probe into the allegations against Franken.
Small retailers looking to get in on Black Friday 2017
First up is Amazon , which continues its march toward Black Friday 2017 with some of the best deals we've ever seen on the site. It is worth signing up to Amazon Prime if you want to take advantage of the best offers for Black Friday season.
Virginia Tech, Virginia get NCAA men's soccer bids
It is the program's 30th all-time NCAA Tournament berth, and Clemson has a 52-26-6 record in the national tournament all-time. The victor will visit Michigan State (11-3-3), the No. 7 overall seed in the 48-team field, in the second round Sunday.
Get Ready for Digital Pills: FDA Clears Self-Tracking Drug
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) just approved, which is meant to monitor if patients are sticking to their medication schedule. A patch the patient wears on their left rib cage receives the signal several minutes after the pill is ingested.
Voting breakdown for Rugby World Cup 2023 is very humbling
They led after the first round by receiving 18 votes to South Africa's 13, with Ireland eliminated after receiving eight. Mark Alexander, President of SA Rugby, stated the South Africa had accepted the result despite the disappointment.