Many anti-personnel landmines, which are banned by the Ottawa Treaty, have been found in areas liberated from terrorists during the Turkish Armed Forces’ ongoing operation in Syria’s Afrin region.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim warned Greece to refrain from tension over the Aegean Sea.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister warned that relations between Turkey and the U.S. – strained due to American support for the YPG in Syria – are close to “breaking.”
On Monday 12 February, the Turkish Armed Forces announced that a total of 1,369 PKK/KCK/PYD-YPG and Daesh terrorists have been “neutralized” since the launch of Operation Olive Branch in Syria’s Afrin region.
The New Turkey is currently accepting internship applications for the 2018 spring term.
The Turkish and Free Syrian Army forces have liberated four more villages from the PYD/PKK terrorist group.
Defense Secretary James Mattis will meet with Turkish counterpart Nurettin Canikli in Brussels next week amid U.S. concern over Turkey’s plan to launch a military operation in Manbij, Syria
Turkish President Erdogan slammed opposition leader Kilicdaroglu’s call to work with the Assad regime by calling Assad a “murderer.”
On 19 January, 7 Christians, 4 Armenians and 3 Arameans (also known as Syriacs), were abducted by the terrorist group and forced to the front lines in Afrin, Syria, where the Turkish Armed Forces are currently conducting Operation Olive Branch.
In order to aid their fight against the Turkish Armed Forces and the Free Syrian Army, PYD/PKK released Daesh members from prisons in Afrin, Raqqa ad Deir ez-Zour on the basis that they fight against the Turkish forces.