Following reports of a second day of Turkish shelling of positions in northern Syria
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Turkey's ruling AKP is to hold an extraordinary meeting on May 21 to discuss President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan's readmission to and leadership of the party
YPG spokesperson told Grasswire that the US-led coalition must "give real guarantees" and that it "cannot be silent" on Turkish airstrikes
The Turkish army has retaliated after it said the YPG in Syria fired two mortar shells fired at military posts in Hatay province on April 26.
Grasswire spoke to three experts about the consequences of the constitutional referendum, the campaign and the future of Turkey's place in the EU and NATO.
Early on April 25, Turkey carried out a series of air raids against Kurds in northern Iraq and northeastern Syria.
At least 16 people drowned on April 24 after an inflatable boat sank in the Aegean Sea between Turkey and Greece's Lesbos island, the UNHCR said
CENTCOM said Abdul Rahman al-Uzbeki facilitated the New Year’s Eve attack in Turkey and was killed near Mayadin in Syria on April 6.
President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan claimed victory in referendum to expand presidential powers while OSCE observers say contest was on “unlevel playing field”
UN experts warned ahead of Erdogan's upcoming referendum that Turkey's existing emergency laws have been used to justify 'massive' human rights violations.