On 7 January, Istanbul’s “Iron Church” was re-opened after a long restoration process. Bulgarian Prime Minister Boyko Borissov accompanied Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during the opening.
As a result of the 52 rockets that were fired over the last 10 days by the PYD/PKK from Afrin to Turkey’s bordering provinces of Kilis and Hatay, five civilians have been killed and 73 others, including children, have been injured.
The Turkish Statistical Institute announced that Turkey’s tourism revenue reached $26.3 billion in 2017.
“Permissible Violations” published by the NCSROF revealed that the PYD displaced, killed, arbitrarily arrested people in Syria and forcibly armed children.
According to the Turkish General Staff, Operation Olive Branch aims to establish security and stability along Turkey’s borders and the region as well as protect Syrians from terrorist oppression and cruelty.
According to the Turkish Statistical Institute, Turkey’s economic confidence index increased month-on-month in January, soaring 10 percent.
With the Operation Olive Branch taking place, the Turkish Red Crescent has announced that it is preparing for the accommodation of over 50,000 people near Afrin.
Member of the European Parliament, Kati Piri has stated that the PKK terrorist organization does not pose a threat for the European Union.
The terror group PYD, a Syrian offshoot of the terrorist group PKK, has copied the structure of PKK to pursue …
Mount Bursaya, a strategically important location near Syria’s Afrin, was secured during Operation Olive Branch.