Al Jazeera: Erdogan to West: 'Mind your own business'
Turkey's president criticises Western countries for failing to show solidarity with Ankara over failed coup attempt.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has lashed out at Western leaders for failing to show solidarity with Ankara over a failed coup attempt, saying countries who worry more about the fate of the perpetrators than democracy cannot be Turkey's friends.
Speaking at the presidential palace in Ankara late on Friday, Erdogan said Western leaders who were criticising the Turkish government's reaction to the July 15 coup attempt should "mind their own business".
"When five-10 people die in a terror attack, you [Western countries] set the world on fire," he said.
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