Has Ankara's role in northern Syria made any positive impact or will it ultimately be counterproductive?
Once other countries even covertly begin supporting the Kurdish insurgency in Turkey there will be no turning back
So, fighting against ISIS on the side of the Kurds is punishable in the UK?
Police used water cannons to disperse crowds that tried to gather outside the municipality building in Diyarbakir to protest the elected mayors' ouster
Turkey is furious that the United States is continuing its partnership with the YPG
20 people have been detained
Turkey wants a 32-kilometer buffer zone along its southern border with Syria to push back the Kurds
Ankara’s aim is to crush Kurdish separatism but Russia wants Assad to reassert control
"Bolton has made a serious mistake and whoever thinks like this has also made a mistake"
But Pompeo said the United States still had “real concerns” with Erdogan, including on detentions of US citizens