TURKEY’S Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) began its congress yesterday, seeking to elect new leadership following the arrest and imprisonment of the
SYRIA’S Foreign Ministry accused the United States of a “war crime” and “direct support to terrorism” on Thursday night over its bombing of governm
TURKISH President Recep Tayyip Erdogan challenged Nato ally the US to get its troops out of north-western Syria yesterday, accusing it
TURKISH media claimed nine people were wounded yesterday by rockets fired over the border from Syria’s Afrin canton.
RENEWED clashes erupted on a strategic Syrian hilltop yesterday as Kurdish militia fighters tried to retake it from Turkish troops.
TURKEY’S armed forces announced the capture of a strategically important mountain in the north-eastern corridor of Syria’s Afrin canton today.
GERMAN police broke up a tens of thousands-strong pro-Kurdish rally in Cologne yesterday after participants refused to take down flags and symbols
TURKISH President Recep Tayyip Erdogan vowed today to expand his army’s assault on Syrian Kurds eastwards towards the border with Iraq.
THE row between Nato allies the United States and Turkey escalated further yesterday, when Ankara accused Washington of laying plans for a “safe zo
AFGHANISTAN: Militants killed four people in an assault on the offices of the Save the Children charity in the city of Jalalabad y