Turkey will resume military operations "with determination" after a US-brokered ceasefire expires later on Tuesday if promises given by Washington have not been kept, President Tayyip Erdogan said ahead of the visit.
Thanks to Donald Trump, American women have a fresh, iconic photo of Speaker Nancy Pelosi at the White House on Wednesday. There she is, the only woman at a table of two dozen men, standing up to object to what lawmakers confirm was Trump’s verbal abuse.
French president said that NATO's failure to react to the assault was a mistake. .
Take a look at our video explainer that sketches out what has happened during the first week of Turkey's military incursion into northern Syria.
Apart from the immediate disastrous results for the Kurds who have freed their areas from Islamic State (IS) with tremendous sacrifice, the US troops’ pull-out will have vast security implications for Europe as well.
According to the UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, further casualties include 74 members of the Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and 49 Syrian rebels aligned with Ankara.
"The humanitarian impact is already being felt. An estimated 100,000 people have already left their homes," the UN said in a statement.
Given ample evidence that the terror organization still poses a deadly threat, it is clear that the military mission in Syria is not complete.
A top Turkish official warned Kurdish fighters to defect or face the consequences, saying Turkish forces will cross the Syrian border "shortly."
When the Turks are “just passing through” a territory, sometimes they stay 500 years. Just ask the Bulgarians, who spent 500 years under violent Ottoman rule.
The Kurdish SDF have been a key US-ally in the fight against ISIS
French women who fled the so-called caliphate tell Euronews: 'I would never have come.'
Why is Turkey threatening to make new incursions in northern Syria? What are the implications for Syrian Kurds, the fight against the so-called Islamic State, and already strained US-Turkish relations?
Officials say the pullout has begun, but reports suggest only equipment — and not troops — has left the country
Bolton sets conditions on planned withdrawal from Syria
Laila Saleh is officially Greece's oldest refugee, but is unable to travel to Germany to rejoin the rest of her family, who have been granted asylum there.
Turkey's president is scathing about President Macron's offer, and dead set against Paris's offer to support the YPG in Syria with ground troops.
Macron has offered to mediate between Turkey and the Kurdish YPG fighting in northern Syria.
Europeans tell euronews of their experiences fighting with the Kurds against ISIL in Syria, and security experts talk about their fears for the future.
The Syrian town and surrounding province have seen heavy fighting over the past eight weeks
Turkey's president says town is now 'entirely under control'
UN sounds alarm over critical water situation after a week with no supplies, while Turkey says it is helping civilians leave through a corridor.
Ankara says the UN Security Council's resolution only affects Eastern Ghouta and not its military operation
Saleh Muslim was detained in Prague at the request of Turkey, but later released by a Czech court