Murat Sofuoglu is a staff writer at TRT World.
The two NATO allies have flatly rejected Washington's proposal to establish an observer force to monitor after US withdrawal from northern Syria.
The high-profile meeting between Turkey, Russia and Iran will be dominated by issues ranging from the recent HTS gains to the emergence of conflicting safe zones in northern Syria.
Ankara expects to develop a common understanding with Washington on a Turkey-friendly safe zone in northern Syria. Are the two allies close to reaching a final deal?
The fifth Mediterranean conference, hosted in the divided capital of Nicosia, in Cyprus, produced a joint declaration which favoured Greek Cypriot political positions, angering Turkey.
The country's intelligence agency is set to impose "higher surveillance" on groups affiliated with the AfD, despite previous criticism of the spy network for allegedly shielding neo-Nazis who committed serious crimes against minorities.
Though the US and Turkey are discussing the possibility of creating a safe zone in northern Syria, Washington's inconsistent policy decisions over the future of the contested region is pushing Ankara to pursue its own security goals.
For more than 60 years, the Turkish science historian searched libraries around the world, creating a comprehensive bibliography of almost every known text on Muslim-Arabic sciences, most of which is borrowed and yet overlooked by the West.
With the US withdrawal from northern Syria, Russia’s role in the ultimate settlement of the Syrian war and its ability to restrict Iranian influence will carry enormous importance for both its allies and enemies.
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas has held his post without any elections since 2005 and he now wants to dissolve the parliament, where his fierce rival Hamas has a majority.
As Trump administration plans to withdraw US troops from northern Syria, it remains to be seen whether Iran-backed militias will scale back or continue their operations in the region.
Moscow recently deployed two nuclear-capable bombers in Venezuela, triggering widespread speculation that the country was ready to face any military challenge stemming from the US.
A US special envoy to Syria recently held a meeting with the Kurdish opposition to the YPG in Turkey's south, sparking speculations about Washington’s long-term goals.
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