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Syrian Army Official: ISIS Terrorists Suffered Huge Losses, Fleeing to Turkey A Syrian army general says government forces have dealt heavy blows to members of...
US Secretary of State John Kerry has announced possible multi-party negotiations with Russia and Middle East states to find a “tangible’ political solution for...
Jim W. Dean - It seems Turkey wants to remain a NATO member while supporting terrorists in Syria, and then complain about others doing that same thing when it suits them. You just can't make this stuff up!
Their bomb loads were dropped on power plants east of Aleppo with collateral damage in a nearby neighborhoods killing up to 5 and injuring as many as a dozen more.
Moscow’s growing military involvement in the Syrian conflict – which on Wednesday involved its jets backing an offensive by ground troops loyal to the president, Bashar al-Assad – is expected to be high on the agenda of a meeting of the alliance’s defence ministers.
After months of bombing and endless promises, Turkey has yet to fly a single sortie against ISIS forces. Read why.
Bou Said - Those who do not want to realize the seriousness of the Russian and US debate on overall political settlement and countering terrorism , they will be out of the equation.
Gwenyth Todd - President Erdogan stands ready to change the constitution and establish a Turkey very different from anything we have seen in our lifetimes.
Who does he think he is kidding...
Today's worst person in the world, Porter Goss
Communications between the militants and the Israeli military Staff have been intercepted
Turkey and the United States have jointly decided to move into Syria, daring Russia to respond.
After the attack, an explosion hit the Iran-Turkey natural gas pipeline in the Eastern Turkish province of Agrı. Iran stopped gas flow to that country immediately after being informed of the incident.
There to protect ISIS from Syria
ISIS posts pictures of 'Christian women kidnapped in Syria threatening that they will become sex slaves if ransom is not paid'.
Erdogan's dictatorship at work
Yerevan Saeed, After two years of negotiations, Turkey and the United States reached a tentative agreement to deepen efforts and coordination in the fight against ISIS.
A delegation of Turkish MPs from the pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party (HDP) is visiting Iraq’s Kurdistan region to inspect the aftermath of Turkish airstrikes against Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) fighters in Iraq’s Kurdistan region.
Jim W. Dean, The planned training and deployment schedule of the US' new moderate cannon fodder will be at the rate they are getting killed off. So what's the big deal?
Turkey appears to be using the Suruc suicide bombing as nothing but a cynical excuse to wage war, not against IS, but against the terror organization's victims.
US backed Kurds under attack by Turkey
Dr. Bou Said, It is time for the UN to demand from other countries to put the (Dimona ) reactor, which has 300 nuclear warheads and 35 hydrogen bombs, under international supervision.
Ian Greenhalgh, A fascinating article laying bare the hidden Masonic and Zionist forces that shaped the modern state of Turkey while murdering millions. History again appears to be repeating, as control of oil fields and pipelines is fought over with genocidal results.
We are talking about a country that until yesterday was one of the staunch supporters of the terrorist group of ISIL
Gordon Duff, It is not possible that the Turks would be facilitating the use of chemical weapons in Northern Syrian towns without full complicity with the US government, a war crime.
Jim W. Dean, If Iranian advisers with the Syrian military are killed in bombing strikes by Turkey, we could see ground to air missiles flowing to the front lines quickly, and Turkish planes falling out of the sky
Only after losing his party’s parliamentary majority, President Erdogan realized that there are dangerous terrorists in neighboring Syria who are a threat to Turkey’s security.
Ankara believes that the Islamic State will be its enemy tomorrow, while the enemy of today are the Kurds. This explains why Turkey retaliated IS terrorist attacks with attacks against the Kurds
Jim W. Dean, I know Armenia is not going to be a topic of interest to most people, but neither was Syria, Ukraine, Crimea or Yemen