Turkey to allow 350,000 Syrians to return to homes in Afrin

Turkey to allow 350,000 Syrians to return to homes in Afrin

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım on Sunday said 350,000 Syrian refugees in Turkey would return to their homes in Syria’s Afrin region, where Turkey’s military has been conducting an operation against Syrian Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) militants, the state-run...

Death toll in Syria enclave tops 500 after UN delays truce vote

Death toll in Syria enclave tops 500 after UN delays truce vote

New air strikes on the Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta on Saturday took the civilian death toll from seven days of devastating bombardment to more than 500 after the United Nations again delayed a vote on a ceasefire, AFP...

Canada’s Brady Leman wins gold in men’s ski cross

Canada’s Brady Leman wins gold in men’s ski cross

Canada’s Brady Leman has earned his Olympic redemption. Leman, from Calgary, won gold in men’s ski cross on Wednesday at the Pyeongchang Olympics.

Netherlands accepts 73 percent of asylum applications from Turkish citizens

Netherlands accepts 73 percent of asylum applications from Turkish citizens

The Netherlands has approved of 73 percent of asylum applications filed by Turkish citizens in the country in the aftermath of a failed coup attempt in Turkey in July 2016, according to Dutch public broadcaster NOS.

Stoltenberg: NATO sees no Russian threat to any of its members

Stoltenberg: NATO sees no Russian threat to any of its members

NATO does not see Russia as a threat to any of its members, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg said in an interview published by the Foreign Policy magazine on Tuesday, APA reports quoting TASS.

Name dispute should be settled, pressure on the process not beneficial, says Angela Merkel

Name dispute should be settled, pressure on the process not beneficial, says Angela Merkel

The name dispute between Macedonia and Greece needs to be settled, but there is nothing positive if pressure is being exerted, German Chancellor Angela Merkel told a joint news conference in Berlin with Macedonian Prime Minister Zoran Zaev.

Detention warrants issued for 361 more people over Gülen links

Detention warrants issued for 361 more people over Gülen links

The Istanbul, Konya, Mersin and Malatya chief prosecutor’s offices on Tuesday issued detention warrants for a total of 361 people including 170 retired, purged and active duty military personnel over alleged links to the faith-based Gülen movement, the state-run Anadolu...

Risk of clashes with Turkey rises as pro-Syrian gov’t forces enter Afrin

Risk of clashes with Turkey rises as pro-Syrian gov’t forces enter Afrin

Syrian pro-government forces have entered the Kurdish-held border enclave of Afrin, reports say, raising the risk of clashes with Turkey, according to BBC.

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