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Allies launch final assault on Raqqa, ISIL's self-styled Syrian capital
Kurdish, Democratic Syrian and US forces have begun what they hope will be the fianl assault on ISIL's Syrian stronghold, Raqqa.
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Human rights campaigners have hit out after a Turkish court acquitted two Kurdish Germans of killing their sister because of her Western
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Turkey has slammed a US decision to supply arms to Kurdish militia fighting ISIL in Syria. Turkey’s foreign minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu described
Turkey's Erdogan in US to meet Trump at White House
The Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has arrived in the US for his first meeting with Donald Trump at the White House.
US arming of Syrian Kurds will dominate Turkish president's visit to Washington
Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he expects talks in Washington with Donald Trump next week will mark a new beginning in their troubled relations.
US-backed Syria militias 'seize Tabqa' in step towards Raqqa assault
US-backed Syrian militias say they have fully seized the town of Tabqa and the country’s largest dam from the so-called Islamic State.
Erdogan say terrorism cannot be fought with terrorists
Turkey's president has hit out at the US's decision to arm Kurdish YPG fighter in northern Syria.
Turkey brands US supplying arms to Syrian Kurds 'unacceptable'
Washington's NATO ally is outraged at President Trump's decision to arm the YPG.
US to arm Syrian Kurds in battle with ISIL to retake Raqqa
Despite objections from NATO ally Turkey, the Pentagon is to supply weapons to Kurdish YPG forces battling ISIL militants in Syria.
Constitutional referendum: state of emergency could become permanent in Turkey
By Mithat Sancar, member of the Turkish parliament for Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP), professor of political science and constitutional law As
UN accuses Turkey of 'serious' human rights violations against its Kurdish south-east region
The United Nations has accused Turkey of ‘serious’ human rights violations during operations against Kurdish separatists in the south-east of the country.
Human rights in Turkey: the urgent need for a new beginning
Today, over 150 journalists are incarcerated – many without an indictment, dozens have fled into exile and more than 150 media outlets have been shut down without judicial proceedings.
Syria war: Kurdish hopes for Geneva peace talks
We want Syria to be neutral, a home for all.
Syria: Turkey-backed rebels in 'near full control' of northern town of al Bab
Turkish-backed rebels fighting ISIL have taken near full control of al-Bab in northern Syria, Turkey’s defence minister has said.
Turkey moves against leadership of pro-Kurdish HDP
Parliament bans one co-leader of HDP and jails the other ahead of April referendum on giving president more power
Turkish prosecutors demand 142 year jail term for Kurdish leader
Kurdish leader Selahattin Demirtas faces 142 years in jail
Opinion: US must make a hard choice in Syria: Turkey or Kurds?
By Fabrice Balanche, associate professor and research director at the University of Lyon 2, visiting fellow at The Washington Institute On January
50 years of Turkish steps towards and back from the European Union
Turkey’s first steps towards accession to Europe go back more than 50 years, when Ankara asked for an association agreement with the European Economic Community.
Turkey detains mayor of Van and takes over three municipalities in southeast
Authorities in Turkey have detained the mayor of Van.
Operation 'Euphrates Anger' underway in Syria
A new US-backed Kurdish and Arab offensive is underway aimed at retaking the northern city of Raqqa – ISIL’s de facto capital in Syria.
More arrests and court hearings in Turkey
Nine journalists from Turkey's pro-opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet have been remanded in custody in Istanbul.
Kurds protest in Turkey and Germany
Scuffles broke out in Ankara and Diyarbakir on Friday after Turkish authorities banned a press statement in support of 12 detained legislators from the pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party…
Angry protests in Turkey and beyond after arrest of pro-Kurdish HDP politicians
Protesters have taken to the streets of a number of Turkish cities in anger at the arrest of a number of pro-Kurdish HDP politicians.
Turkey rocked by protests after high-profile arrests
The Turkish authorities have arrested the leaders of the country's main pro-Kurdish opposition party as part of a terrorism inquiry.
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At the height of ISIL’s ferocious campaign that saw them sweep across Iraq and Syria in 2014 with astonishing speed, came one of the militant group’s biggest…
Battle for Mosul: hundreds treated after sulphur plant is torched
As Iraqi forces battle to re-take Mosul from ISIL, almost a thousand people are being treated for breathing problems after a sulphur plant was set ablaze near the…