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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.
Turkey has requested for the extradition of Mihrac Ural, the leader of THPK-C, who was seen at the Sochi congress in Russia.
Turkey ought to utilize new protectionist strategies in order to adapt and to survive trade and currency wars in an era in which science, industry and technology policies and public activism are on the rise.
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.