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The PKK killed the 10 Turkish troops amid clashes in Sirnak provice
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The number of refugees fleeing Syria rises, host states have sought international aid to help cope with the influx
Kurdish forces draw attention amidst a military offensive
By Mostafa Salah The Freedom and Justice Party (FJP) concluded an agreement with a number of investors from Turkey and Sweden to establish garbage recycling factories in Alexandria. The project costs are an estimated $50 million. Member of FJP’s Supreme Council Saber Abou El-Fotouh said that prominent businessman Hassan Malek reached the agreement with the …
A no-fly zone over Syria among the possible solutions
Kuridstan workers party kidnapped three off-duty Turkish soldiers, says Diayrbakir governor
Erdogan, has in recent weeks accused the regime in Syria of giving Kurdish rebels a free hand in the north of the country
Hidden crisis as countries across the region struggle to deal with effects of uprising
The Syrian uprising is causing a ripple of effects felt across the region by the beleaguered country’s neighbours and beyond.
Entessar Abd el Fattah, founder and director of the festival aims to educate audiences about the religious heritage of different countries and cultures. During the festival 24 bands representing 20 countries will perform.
Israel is willing to enhance its relations with Turkey for the stability of the region, says its Prime Minister.
90,000 Syrian refugees in Lebanon following Damascus bombing
With the Syrian crisis taking on differing challenging security and political dimensions almost hourly, a continuous exodus of thousands of Syrian refugees across Syria’s borders into neighboring countries steadily rises by the day.
As the violence in Syria flares up, Syrians fleeing to neighbouring countries face hardships.
The Oil Pipeline Between Turkey and Iraq Was Threatened, As Fire-Fighters Exchanged Fires Near The Kirkuk-Ceyhan Pipeline on Saturday – July 21.
As the battle for the capital is underway Syria’s Kurds have emerged as the factor that tipped the scales
Riot police used water cannons and tear gas on Kurdish protesters armed with stones
President’s stance on Syria could spell a change in Egyptian regional policies
Turkey scrambles jets to respond to sightings of syrian helicopters at border
US officials are suggesting that the F-4 phantom Turkish jet was flying near to the Syrian shoreline, explaining why Syrian forces saw it as a threat and fired
Two bombs have exploded outside the Palace of Justice in central Damascus, according to Syrian state television SANA.
As Syria and Turkey face off, NATO steps in
Syria: BRUSSELS (AP) — Members of Syrian opposition groups met in a conference in Belgium on Sunday to discuss their political differences and Syria’s democratic transition. Groups discussed whether the Syrian opposition should request foreign military intervention and whether the groups should begin negotiations with Syrian President Bashar Al-Assad. According to activists more …
Turkey, long considered the Arab ideal, has issues of its own
Diplomatic relations between Turkey and Syria have deteriorated since the Syrian uprising began nearly 17 months ago. Several Syrian civilians and military opposition groups have since taken refuge in neighbouring Turkey
Turkish military and Kurdish militants from the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) clashed near the border of Iraq leaving eight Turkish soldiers dead and at least 16 others wounded,Turkish officials said. The incident is the bloodiest clash over the contentious Kurdish region in recent months. It was reported by Reuters that the attacks were launched in …
By AFP ANKARA: Turkey on Friday urged the leader of Iraq’s autonomous Kurdish region for tougher action against a drawn-out insurgency waged by Kurdish militants, a Turkish diplomat told AFP. “The issue of tougher action against the (Kurdistan Workers’ Party) PKK was discussed … during the meeting” between Massud Barzani and Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet …