While regime forces and pro-regime militias are in the process of cementing their control over the besieged Eastern Ghouta district, opposition forces have responded by attempting to recover regime-held areas.
According to the U.S. Geological Survey, 9 of the most deadliest earthquakes in history took place in Asia.
Supporters of the PKK/PYD terrorist organization have organized attacks, mainly on the Turkish society and places of worship in Europe amid Turkey’s ongoing Operation Olive Branch in Syria’s Afrin region.
The February 28, 1997, military coup in Turkey, which saw the forced resignation of Necmettin Erbakan, became to be known as the “postmodern” coup.
The Dutch established colonial rule mostly in the coastal areas of Africa and enjoyed a “golden age” of colonialism between the 15th and 17th centuries.
Over the last 15 years the trade volume between Turkey and African countries rose six-fold to $17.5 billion.
The success of Operation Olive Branch has reconnected Syria’s opposition-held Idlib province and Azaz, Aleppo.
The Khojaly massacre is regarded as one of the bloodiest incidents of the Armenia-Azerbaijan war for control of the Upper Karabakh region.
The Lebanon-Israel border dispute is an issue that has sparked intractable military and political conflicts since the foundation of Israel in 1948.
Passing through China, Kazakhstan, Caspian Sea, Azerbaijan and Georgia, New Silk Road is to be opened to Europe from Turkey.