Turkey And Syria

Syrian, Afghan refugees in Turkey cause concern, unrest

Syrian and Afghan refugees in Turkey In Turkey, unrest is escalating among millions of Syrian refugees, as well as thousands fleeing Afghanistan after the Taliban quickly came to power. Clashes between locals and refugees continue in different parts of Turkey, with many residents of Turkish provinces taking to the streets …

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Lessons from forest fires in Turkey

Climate deniers should bow their heads in shame. A series of devastating natural disasters have plagued our planet in recent weeks: from devastating floods in China and Western Europe, to scorching heat waves and deadly drought in North America, to wildfires in the subarctic. Even in the UK, infamous for …

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The continuation of Kurdish oppression in Turkey

EDMONDS, Washington – The Kurdish ethnic populations have resided in parts of Asia Minor and the Middle East for centuries. Various nations have forcibly drawn lines across their native territories over time. After World War I, the establishment of Turkish borders limited the possibility of a formal and coherent Kurdish …

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Turkish Kalın and Russian envoy Lavrentiev discuss Syria

Presidential spokesman Ibrahim Kalın met with Russia’s special envoy to Syria Alexander Lavrentiev on Tuesday evening, as the two officials discussed the importance of the ceasefire in Idlib and the need to prevent attacks provocative in the region. Kalın also said during the talks that efforts to establish the Syrian …

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Syrian women make toys in Şanlıurfa

ANLIURFA Syrian women, who learned how to make amigurumi toys during a workshop organized by a group of young volunteers in the southeastern province of Åžanlıurfa, contribute to their family budget. In exchange for each toy sold, a child from their country receives a toy. The project entitled “Knitting for …

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Turkey, playmaker in Afghanistan

Countries with an imperial heritage have an administrative culture of governing other states. The Roman Empire and the Ottoman Empire managed to rule over vast territories across continents thanks to their imperial culture. In particular, the British Empire literally became a global empire that the sun has never set due …

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PKK recruits in Europe abandon terrorists in 20 days

Europe’s PKK supporters who join the terrorist group’s ranks in northern Iraq and other areas end up leaving within 20 days, as the PKK continues to lose power amid successful counterterrorism operations of the Turkish army. According to intelligence sources, the terrorist group’s efforts to recruit new members have produced …

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Turkish opposition must fight to face new realities in Syria

Turkish opposition must fight to face new realities in Syria Kemal Kilicdaroglu, main leader of the Turkish opposition, the Republican People’s Party (CHP), Tuzla, Istanbul province, Turkey, July 7, 2017 (Reuters) Developments in the Kurdish Autonomous Region in war-torn northern Syria in mid-2012 resurfaced the Kurdish issue, Turkey’s thorniest issue, …

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Turkey’s safe zone is key to regional stability

Turkish President Recep Tayyip ErdoÄŸan has coined a new phrase to describe Turkey’s national security strategy. After his last trip to Azerbaijan, he told reporters that Ankara was creating a “safe zone” to protect himself. ErdoÄŸan added that Nagorno-Karabakh was one of the components of this area. This is exactly …

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Humanitarian crisis in Syria

Sir, – It is important to remember, as Ireland and Norway, as well as other states on the UN Security Council (UNSC), try to reach agreement on the renewal of Resolution 2533 of the UNSC, that more than 6.5 million displaced people could be left without any assistance. The resolution …

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Syrian refugee crisis: facts and how to help – Turkey

The past year has brought immense challenges to all corners of the world, and this is especially true for the 80 million forcibly displaced people around the world. The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated the already precarious conditions of refugees, two-thirds of whom come from just five countries – Syria, Venezuela, …

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Elections in Syria: forgetting old resentments?

At the NATO summit held in Brussels on June 14, issues of strategic importance were discussed, such as Alliance member states’ relations with China and their attitude towards the President’s Russia. Putin. Member states’ positions on these issues were not unambiguous and diplomats struggled to find the right wording to …

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“I sometimes regret being born”

THE YEARS OF living show a melee on the face of Shofa, a mother of five who was forced to flee her home in Syria to seek refuge in Turkey eight years ago. Shofa is one of 3.7 million Syrian refugees who have crossed the border with Turkey since the …

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Artillery attacks in Syria kill 13

Posted: June 13, 2021, 12:29 p.m. At least 13 people were killed and several injured in two separate artillery attacks on the northern Syrian town of Afrin, local medical sources and the Turkish government said. The first attack hit a residential area, while the second hit a hospital soon after, …

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Co-Chairs of Cantonal Councils in Northeastern Syria: Maximum Support Must Be Given to Guerrilla Resistance – ANHA | HAWARNEWS

The co-chairman of the Council of the canton of Hasakah, Khebat Suleiman, denounced the complicity of the PDK with the Turkish occupation, “there is a shameful complicity of the PDK”. Suleiman added: “The Turkish objective is the extermination of the existing elements, the repetition of the scenario of the Armenian …

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Group warns of loss of aid in Syria if road is cut

BEIRUT – A human rights group warned on Thursday that millions of Syrians risk losing access to life-saving aid, including food and covid-19 vaccines, if Russia succeeds block the UN Security Council’s use of the last remaining cross-border corridor for UN aid to rebel-held northwest Syria. The warning came as …

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Will Syria participate in the Biden-Putin summit?

United States braces for confrontation with Russia on humanitarian corridor In July 2018, when the US president Donald trump met the russian president Vladimir Poutine in Helsinki, Putin did most of the talking. Much of it was Syria. It was clear, Trump told his national security adviser John bolton after …

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Turkey’s sea snot plague raises cholera fears

Turkish actress faces prison sentence for ‘insulting’ soldier accused of sexual assault ISTANBUL: Famous Turkish actress Ezgi Mola was informed on Wednesday of a lawsuit filed against her for “insulting” Sergeant Musa Orhan in a tweet she posted last year. If found guilty, she faces a prison sentence of two …

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Lessons learned from the 1991 no-fly zone in Iraq

Thirty years ago, the totalitarian regime of Saddam Hussein was on the verge of committing genocide against the Kurds in Iraq. Forced to withdraw its invading forces from Kuwait by the international community in 1990, the Baath regime sought to strengthen its severely weakened hold over the country’s population. In …

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Critical centenary elections in Turkey

The Turkish elections of 2023, which will be held on the occasion of the centenary of the republic, will be the most important elections in the history of Turkish democracy. You may disagree with this statement, remembering that past elections have been described in the same way. You can add …

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Turkish security forces strike PKK at home and abroad

At least two terrorists killed in national counterterrorism operation in southeast Turkey, while six terrorists belonging to the Syrian wing of the PKK, the YPG, were killed in northern Syria . In a statement, the Interior Ministry said on Monday that the terrorists were killed by gendarmerie forces and their …

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US targets ISIS’s money men in Turkey, Syria

The United States government is working to make it more difficult for the Islamic State (IS) to transfer money internationally through new sanctions imposed by the Treasury Department on Monday. Washington sanctions three people and one company for their key roles in the fundamentalist terrorist group’s illicit financial network, the …

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