The US State Department's special envoy to Syria, James Jeffrey, will lead a delegation to meet Turkish officials to discussTurkey's security concerns in Syria following the US withdrawal from the country.
The PKK terror group's Syrian affiliate PYD has applied to open an office in the US, which would perform lobbying activities. The group expanded its international network in recent years. Here is the list of PYD's foreign offices:
Iraq’s Sinjar region, where the Iraqi army started an operation against the PKK, has been a hot topic for both Turkish and Iraqi officials who have been working to improve bilateral relations in recent months.
Meanwhile, NATO says it places a great emphasis on Turkey's security as the country is one of the most prominent members of the bloc.
More than 120 Daesh militants join the SDF group in Deir Ezzor, UK-based war monitor the Syrian Observatory For Human Rights reported on Wednesday.
Turkish Foreign Ministry expresses its concerns about training and providing weapons to YPG militants in Syria.
Around 400 militants "trained by US as border guards" are to establish what they call "The North Army" in Syria, seen as the latest move in an attempt to create a conventional army.
Turkey and the US have scaled back visa services. But their strained ties began after Turkey requested the FETO leader's extradition.
More than 80 Daesh fighters were killed when US B-2 stealth bombers and drones struck two Daesh camps southwest of Libya's Sirte.
The additional military personnel will assist an alliance of Kurdish and Arab forces in the fight against Daesh.
Turkey says it will not allow terror groups like Daesh and the PKK to establish themselves along its border with Iraq.
Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al Abadi says the operation which began Monday will liberate the city from "the violence and terrorism of Daesh".
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