Turkey And Syria

‘Age Resistance’ continues to confront occupation and genocide – 1 – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

At the beginning of the Syrian crisis, several forces on the scene, at the global level; The United States of America and Russia have emerged, regionally; Iran and the Turkish occupying state emerged. Each force has intervened for its own internal and external motives and with different agendas, but the …

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Germany has sentenced a Syrian colonel to life for crimes against humanity. Will others suffer the same fate?

Human rights activists applaud a German court conviction of a former Syrian intelligence officer to life in prison for crimes against humanity committed at the start of the Syrian conflict. A former colonel in Syrian President Bashar al-Assad’s army, Anwar Raslan, 58, has been found guilty of murder, sexual assault …

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Diplomatic restoration for Turkish foreign policy

Over the past decade, Turkish diplomacy has faced many complex foreign policy issues and problems. There are ongoing civil wars and tensions in Syria, Iraq and Libya, unresolved maritime issues in the Aegean and Eastern Mediterranean region, minor tensions with some Gulf countries and tensions in Ukraine -Russia or NATO-Russia …

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Turkey’s new economic model and future projection

Turkish inflation climbed to 36% in 2021, almost doubling expectations. There are several reasons that trigger inflation. First, Turkey was hit by an economic crisis in 2018 due to political conflicts over the past 10 years such as the Gezi protests, terrorism in Syria and the attempted coup on July …

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ISIS Commander Obtains Clemency In Turkey Trial And Receives Reduced Sentence

Abdullah Bozkurt / Stockholm A Tajik jihadist who worked with Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the former head of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), obtained leniency at sentencing hearing for his trial in Turkey , receiving less than a third of the imprisonment requested by prosecutors. Ahmad Suleiman Ibn …

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A new American ambassador arrives in Turkey

Jeff Flake, the new American ambassador to Turkey, arrival in Ankara today. Flake’s tenure as ambassador will officially begin after he presents his credentials to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, state agency Anadolu reported. Flake previously served in the US Senate from 2013 to 2019. A moderate Republican, he opposed …

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UK charged with “targeted assassination” after drone strike on ISIS arms dealer | Islamic state

Britain has been accused of reviving a policy of “targeted killings” after it emerged that the RAF killed an IS-linked arms dealer in a precision drone strike in Syria at the end of October. Reprieve, a human rights charity, asked “what are the criteria” used to justify who can be …

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Dark future awaits young Syrians in Turkey | Alexandra de Cramer

Turkey graciously agreed to house its Syrian neighbors as they escaped an excruciating civil war, but a decade later things are very different. This temporary accommodation has been transformed into a permanent stay. The fear recently shown in Turkey that the Syrians are starting to settle is not misplaced, almost …

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Russian attack kills 2 children in Syria’s Idleb on New Year’s Day

As the world celebrated the entry into 2022, vulnerable Syrian civilians in the war-torn north of the country spent the first day of the year under bombardment by Russian forces. Two children and a woman were killed in the attacks while 10 others were injured, most of them children, the …

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Germany contributes an additional € 10 million to SRTF stabilization program – Syrian Arab Republic

Amman – Friday, December 31, 2021 – The Syrian Recovery Trust Fund (SRTF) today announced that it has received an additional € 10 million contribution from Germany to its stabilization program. This contribution brings Germany’s total financial support to 76 million euros, making it the largest contributor to the SRTF. …

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Man claiming to work for Turkish secret service burns Syrian refugees to death

The place in Izmir where three Syrian workers were burned alive while sleeping Last week, human rights groups reported that three Syrian refugees were burned alive in their sleep in a gruesome murder in Izmir, Turkey, on November 16. This barbaric act is the product of the ten-year NATO war …

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Christmas celebrated in the border area of ​​northern Syria

Assyrian Christians celebrated Christmas this weekend in Ras al-Ayn in northern Syria, an opposition zone cleared of terrorists about two years ago in a Turkish-led operation. The Turkish army and its local ally the Syrian National Army (SNA) eliminated PKK / YPG terrorists from the region, just across the Turkish …

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Syrian jihadist group opens food market north of Idlib

ALEP – A food market has been opened in the town of Sarmada, north of Idlib, under the control of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS). the opening The ceremony, which took place on December 12, was attended by officials from the Syrian government HTS salute and Ataa humanitarian aid. Association, who …

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Migrants camped in Belarusian warehouse still hoping to reach EU | World news

By Lev Sergeev and Maxim Shemetov BRUZGI, Belarus (Reuters) – Sleeping on mattresses in a Belarusian warehouse, hundreds of Middle Eastern migrants still cling to hope for a future in Western Europe as the year draws to a close. The nearly 600 migrants, from countries like Iraq, Turkey, Iran and …

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Six dead in clashes between SDF and Turkish-backed forces in northeastern Syria

Six people have been killed in fighting between the SDF and Turkish-backed forces in Tal Tamr over the past two days. The United States-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) clashed with Turkish-backed fighters in Tal Tamr in northeastern Syria on Wednesday morning, killing at least four civilians and two Syrian fighters. …

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New Syrian migrants seek Europe, driven by post-war misery

GIESSEN, Germany (AP) – She had already walked for 60 hours through the humid and dark forests of Poland, trying to make her way to Germany, when the 29-year-old Syrian Kurd twisted her knee. This was not the first setback of Bushra’s trip. Earlier, his traveling companion and best friend …

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A disturbing sequence for the mayor of Istanbul

Raised in a conservative Muslim family in Turkey’s remote Black Sea region, he studied business in the country’s largest and most important city, Istanbul, before embarking on a political career. He played top-level football until the age of 20 and won his first major public post in Istanbul at a …

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Former San Diegan pleads guilty to Islamic State terrorism case

A former San Diego man pleaded guilty on Friday to helping finance the Islamic State’s campaign of terror, including paying for the overseas travel of another San Diegan, believed to be the first U.S. citizen killed while ‘he was fighting for the group in Syria in 2014. Abdullahi Ahmed Abdullahi …

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Taiwan Donates US $ 500,000 to Syria for Civil Society Development | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – Taiwan on Wednesday (December 15th) pledged US $ 500,000 to support the development of civil society in war-ravaged Syria. Taiwanese envoy to the United States Hsiao Bi-khim (蕭美琴) and American Taiwan Institute (AIT) general manager Ingrid Larson signed an agreement for the initiative, in the presence …

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Secret US military unit accused of killing civilians in Iraq and Syria

Iranian nuclear chief rejects IAEA request to access Karaj site, says beyond guarantees VIENNA: The Iranian nuclear chief said on Tuesday that the demands of the UN nuclear watchdog, the IAEA, for access to the Karaj workshop were beyond guarantees and unacceptable to Tehran, the semi-official ISNA news agency reported. …

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From Syria to America: the story of a family

Editor’s Note: The Underground Workshop is a collaborative network of student journalists from across Vermont. The workshop is open to any student interested in participating. Our current menu of opportunities is here; for more information, please contact Atelier Editor-in-Chief Ben Heintz at [email protected]. This article is part of a series …

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Russia interested in implementing megaprojects in Greece and Turkey, Kremlin spokesperson says – Business & Economy

ATHENS, December 11. / TASS /. Russia is interested in implementing megaprojects in Greece, just as it is in Turkey, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said in an English interview with Greek Antenna television channel. The conversation took place ahead of the December 8 meeting between Russian President Vladimir Putin and …

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Intel: US announces sanctions against Iran, Syria ahead of democracy summit

The United States has unveiled a round of sanctions against more than a dozen Syrian and Iranian officials and entities accused of serious human rights violations, the latest for what the administration has billed for a “week of action.” before its so-called Summit for Democracy. The US Treasury Department said …

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Erdogan visits Qatar for Supreme Strategy Committee meeting | New

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is heading to Qatar for a two-day visit aimed at strengthening cooperation between the two allies, Turkish state media reported. Erdogan and Qatari Emir Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al Thani will chair the 7th meeting of the Qatar-Turkey Supreme Strategy Committee on Tuesday. A Turkish …

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War-torn: Five years after happily settling in Canada, Syrian family is heartbroken as refugee siblings struggle around the world

I will never forget the image of Emel Hemo and his family arriving at Toronto’s Pearson Airport amid the wave of Syrian refugees arriving in Canada in the fall of 2016, all their belongings piled on one cart. Friends there to help settle the family grabbed an Arabic welcome sign, …

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Water supply to 500,000 people in Syria’s Hassaka resumes

ERBIL (Kurdistan 24) – Water supply to Alouk station in northeast Syria at Hasakah resumed after electricity was restored to the station after a four-day suspension, reported Tuesday the United Kingdom-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR). Citing sources, SOHR reported that “the Alouk station started operating hours after receiving …

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Syria, Russia Under Pressure Over Alleged Use Of Chemical Weapons

Damascus and Moscow have repeatedly claimed extremists in Syria’s civil war of bogus chemical attacks Syria and Russia have faced new pressure over the alleged use of chemical weapons as the global toxic weapons body met in The Hague on Monday. Fernando Arias, head of the Organization for the Prohibition …

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AP PHOTOS: a city in the Syrian province of Idlib transformed by war

Syrian children wait for toys and food to be distributed at a Turkish Red Crescent-supported refugee camp for internally displaced persons in Sarmada, north of the city of Idlib, Syria, on Thursday, November 25, 2021. ( AP Photo / Francisco Seco) Francisco Seco PA SARMADA from Syria In the opposition-held …

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Biden administration ‘disowns’ Trump’s policies in Syria

For months, the international community and those interested in the Syrian file have closely followed the actions of the American administration in the face of the Syrian crisis. Rumors have spread to right, left and center that the United States will ignore the dossier, unlike the previous administration, after the …

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Mohammed bin Zayed: What the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi’s trip to Turkey tells us about the post-American Middle East

The Ankara meeting brings together two regional powers that have long viewed themselves as ideological enemies: the Crown Prince of Abu Dhabi, Sheikh Mohammed bin Zayed, known as MBZ, and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. MBZ, who is on his first official visit to Ankara in nearly 10 years, was …

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Peter Luo, Donna Gigliotti Board of Directors Soudade Kaadan Syria Drama ‘Nezouh’

Hollywood-based Chinese financier Peter Luo and Oscar-winning producer Donna Gigliotti (“Shakespeare in Love”) have embarked aboard the upcoming Syrian female-directed war drama “Nezouh”, directed by Soudade Kaadan, whose debut film “Le day I lost my shadow “won the Lion of the Future at the 2018 Venice Film Festival. “Nezouh”, which …

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Nearly 30,000 children killed since start of war in Syria: rights group

At least 29,661 children have been killed since the start of the Syrian civil war, including those tortured and those implicated in enforced disappearances, a children’s rights group said on Saturday, marking World Day. childhood and drawing attention to the plight of Syrian children. “At least 29,661 children have been …

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Commack Man receives 17-year sentence for attempting to join ISIS

Sign up for our COVID-19 newsletter to stay up to date with the latest coronavirus news across New York City A Commack man was sentenced to nearly 17 years in federal prison on Friday for flying to the Middle East in an attempt to join ISIS and another terrorist group …

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Turkey Arrests Syrian Singer Omar Souleyman for “Terrorism” | PKK News

The singer was arrested from his home in Sanliurfa for alleged links to a banned Kurdish militia, sources said. Turkish authorities have arrested internationally renowned Syrian musician Omar Souleyman for alleged links to a banned Kurdish militia, his son, a local security source and Turkish media, said. A search warrant …

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Putin, Iranian President agree to continue coordinating efforts on Syria – Kremlin – world

MOSCOW, November 16. / TASS /. Russian and Iranian presidents Vladimir Putin and Ebrahim Raisi have agreed to continue coordinating efforts for a Syrian settlement, the Kremlin press service said on Tuesday after their phone conversation. “It was noted that thanks to the coordinated Russian-Iranian efforts, it has become possible …

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Turkey’s goal is endless uncertainty in Syria

The Turkish president has traveled to Europe for a meeting with US President Joe Biden. Apparently the purpose of the meeting was for Turkey to present new policies to the US administration. Ankara had to walk a thin line with the Biden administration because it was so close to the …

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Turkey-backed mercenaries impose taxes on people in Afrin, Syria

Turkey-backed mercenaries imposed taxes on property and crops in Syria’s Afrin province, Kurdish news agency Hawar says reported Tuesday. In 2018, Turkish forces and their Syrian proxies launched a military offensive against the predominantly Kurdish region, located in the northwest of the country. Mercenaries from the militant group Al-Hamzat, located …

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Pak may have helped Turkey destroy intelligence modules

Cooperation between Turkey and Pakistan, especially in intelligence sharing, has intensified. New Delhi: Turkey’s National Intelligence Organization (MIT) recently dismantled two suspected spy cells operating from its soil, one operated by the Iranian VAJA and the other by the Israeli Mossad. The alleged eight-member Iranian spy cell was dismantled in …

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Drone attack targeting US forces reported in Syria

An attack targeting Tanf, an isolated outpost in Syria near the Jordanian-Iraqi border, was reported on Wednesday evening. There were no casualties, according to a statement from US officials. According to BBC correspondent Nafiseh Kohnavard, there was a “drone attack on US troops in Al Tanf, Syria”. She Noted that …

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Admit it: the US has already lost in Syria

Perhaps nothing better illustrates Washington’s abysmal failure of the twenty-year-old entanglement in Afghanistan and its broader incompetence in nation-building in the Middle East than the pictures Afghans clinging to the US Air Force C-17s before falling hundreds of meters into the air. $ 2.3 trillion American tax dollars and the …

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Two opposing views of Turkey

The history of the two decades of political rule of the Justice and Development Party (AKP) could be summed up as an era of economic growth alongside political and technological development in Turkey. This time will also go down in history as the one in which Turkey became a regional …

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Syrian Arab Republic: Developments in Northwestern Syria and Ras Al Ain – Tell Abiad – Situation Report No.31 – September 2021 – Syrian Arab Republic

Syrian Arab Republic: Developments in northwestern Syria and Ras Al Ain – Tell Abiad – Situation report n ° 31 – September 2021 – Syrian Arab Republic | ReliefWeb Skip to main content Syria + 1 more Syrian Arab Republic: Developments in Northwestern Syria and Ras Al Ain – Tell …

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Iraq dissent architect leads US talks with Russia

An official of the American National Security Council stands out as the negotiator of the agreements between the United States and Russia in Syria. Shortly after Joe Biden took control of the White House, Brett McGurk was appointed Special Presidential Envoy for the Global Coalition Against ISIL, under the administration …

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Is the American-Turkish alliance at a breaking point?

Mandatory references to the United States and Turkey as NATO’s “allies” and “partners” fall increasingly flat, as bilateral relations perhaps approach breaking point over disputes on Russia and Syria. Turkish president Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan, who met his Russian counterpart on September 29 Vladimir Poutine, said Turkey is not only moving …

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Turkey’s Erdogan urges Putin to end assault on Syria

ISTANBUL — Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday in a bid to calm escalating hostilities in Syria, where they support opposing sides in the country’s ten-year civil war. Russian warplanes supporting an assad by the Assad regime have stepped up their attacks in …

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Turkey slams US before Erdoğan and Putin meet on Syria

The past week has been marked by intense diplomacy in New York, where world leaders gathered for the 76th United Nations General Assembly. class = “cf”> Turkey was represented by a large delegation headed by President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan with the participation of senior officials, including Foreign Minister Mevlüt ÇavuÅŸoÄŸlu …

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Biden administration appoints new Syrian political chief

Aimee Cutrona, the top Biden administration official overseeing Syrian politics, is moving to a new role. Ethan Goldrich, who was previously US charge d’affaires in the United Arab Emirates, succeeded Cutrona on Monday as deputy assistant secretary for Levantine affairs and engagement with Syria, the State Department said today. . …

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US Treasury sanctions Al Qaeda facilitators in Turkey

The US Treasury Department announcement today that five Al Qaeda financial agents based in Turkey have been designated as terrorists. The Treasury describes them as “supporters” of Al Qaeda, but does not indicate how, exactly, they fit into the group’s organizational scheme. Two of the five are Egyptian nationals, while …

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Government bombing of northwestern Syrian town kills 4

Syrian opposition activists claim government bombardment of rebel-held areas in northwestern Syria killed four, including child and woman ThroughThe Associated Press September 7, 2021, 9:35 PM • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article BEIRUT – Government bombardment of rebel-held areas in northwestern Syria killed four …

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Are the Syrian jihadists ready to fight in Afghanistan?

Afghanistan: ISIS appeals to “educated extremists” The Biden administration has pledged retaliation against Islamic State Khorasan (IS-K) for the August 26 attack on Kabul airport that killed 13 members of the US armed forces and more than 90 Afghan civilians. More violence is likely. General of the United States Marine …

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