Syrian state TV starts Turkish broadcast
Children play on a tank that belonged to pro-government forces in an area controlled by the Free Syrian Army in Idlib Governorate, October 21, 2012. REUTERS/Asmaa WaguihSyrian state television is now broadcasting in six languages, including Turkish, daily Radikal has reported.
The channel will now follow the events of the country in Turkish, Russian, English, Hebrew, French and Spanish.
Daily broadcasts will include a 10-minute segment in Turkish, following news on Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and the crisis in Syria.
The broadcasts aim to target an international audience with direct reporting by the state TV.