Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan has warned that "millions" of migrants and refugees will soon head towards Europe.

He was speaking after announcing Turkey could no longer enforce a 2016 deal with the EU to prevent migrants entering Europe.

Meanwhile, Turkish drone strikes have killed 19 Syrian soldiers in Idlib as the conflict in the northern Syrian province threatens to spill out of control.

Russia, a key backer of the Syrian government, has warned it cannot guarantee the safety of Turkish aircraft in Syrian airspace.

KAN's Mark Weiss asked Alon Liel, the former head of Israel's mission in Turkey, what Ankara wants in Idlib.