Darren Boyle for the Daily Mail UK reports Turkey has started striking back against ISIS in Syria after troops launched an assault on jihadis close to the border.Turkish military tanks and armoured vehicles have been spotted near the border in Gazian
Charlie Bayliss for Express UK reports THE Council of Europe is set to send a delegation to Turkey to check the conditions of prisons inside the country after allegations of brutal treatment against those arrested during the failed military coup.
Sputnik reports For at least two years, Turkey's dictator Erdogan has been pushing to set up "safe zones" in northern Syria. This week, as Turkish tanks, warplanes and special forces commandeered Syrian territory, the Ankara government seems at
Thanks to all for the good discussion of Mark Sleboda's post here. His central thesis: the recent Turkish invasion of Syria was against Russian interests, Russia basically left Syria hanging and lost out in the NATO war on the country.
• theintercept.com by Murtaza Hussain, Marwan Hisham
Five years after the start of Syria's uprising, the Turkish military directly entered the fray last week, sending troops to occupy the northern Syrian town of Jarablus, previously held by the militant group the Islamic State.
U.S. President Barack Obama will have a bilateral meeting with Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan during the G20 summit in China next month and is likely to have at least an informal talk with Russia's Vladimir Putin, the White House said on Monday.
The invasion of Syria that so many people have been warning about is now happening. On Wednesday, Turkish tanks rolled across the Syrian border, and they were accompanied by radical Islamic Syrian rebels that want to ultimately overthrow the Assad r
Early this morning Turkey invaded Syria. A contingent of 1,500 Turkish sponsored "Syrian rebels", aka Islamist from all over the world, were accompanied by some Turkish special forces and twenty tanks to capture the city Jarablus at the Turkish-Syria
Today the Turkish military together with the US invaded a section of northern Syria. Billed as an anti-ISIS operation, it is more about establishing long-wished-for "no-fly" zones in Syria. Major escalation. How will Russia respond?
Ted Thornhill for the Daily Mail UK reports Turkish police issued 187 arrest warrants and raided some 200 homes and workplaces on Thursday as their investigation into last month's failed military coup shifted towards the business community, media r
• http://www.paulcraigroberts.org,Paul Craig Roberts
News services abroad ask me if President Erdogan of Turkey will, as a result of the coup attempt, realign Turkey with Russia. At this time, there is not enough information for me to answer. Speculation in advance of information is not my forte.
ISTANBUL -- Turkey said on Wednesday that it would empty its prisons of tens of thousands of criminals to make room for the wave of journalists, teachers, lawyers and judges rounded up in connection with last month's failed coup.
via X22Report Spotlight: Today James joins Dave of the X22 Report to discuss the latest on the geopolitical front, from the ongoing turmoil in Syria to the failed coup in Turkey. Is this all part of the CFR's Clash of Civilizations? And if so, what