Meanwhile, Russian air strikes in Idlib, northwestern Syria, have killed at least eight civilians, including five children, a war monitor said.
Despite the currently strained relationship, the two NATO allies are undoubtedly stronger together than they are apart.
Camps in Syria have been crippled by heavy rainfall and cold weather, making life harder for displaced Syrian families.
Renewed violence tightened the noose around Syria's last major rebel-held bastion and deepened an already dire humanitarian crisis.
The terror attack in Suluk town near Turkey's border targeted soldiers who were carrying out roadside checks on vehicles.
The soldiers were targeted when a vehicle exploded at a checkpoint in the zone that falls under the Operation Peace Spring.
Ankara’s potential military deployment to Libya shows Turkey’s growing clout in a volatile region, where the country has recently flexed its muscles from northern Syria to northern Iraq, going after the PKK/YPG terror groups.
"We are trying to prevent them with some measures, but it's not easy. It's difficult, they are humans too," Turkey's President Erdogan says, as crisis worsens in Syria's flashpoint Idlib province.
European leaders are not doing enough to fight Daesh and other terror networks, overburdening Turkey.
Pro-Iranian militias in Syria's Deir Ezzor province recently came under missile attacks from unknown launchpads and Tehran did not react to the escalation, indicating the hostility is likely to have wider consequences.
Assad loyalists continue to kill civilians in their bombardment of northern Syria, with tens of thousands ending up displaced.
Islamabad has been reactionary, rather than anticipatory, and the last-minute backing out from the ongoing Kuala Lumpur summit could further isolate the country when it needs committed friends the most.
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