CIA-funded paramilitaries are wreaking havoc in Afghanistan.
Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu slams US for support to terrorist organisations in Syria, and for failing to extradite Fetullah Gulen, who masterminded the 2016 failed coup in Turkey.
The organisation, which includes the terrorist PKK group’s Syrian wing, could benefit from US control of oil fields in the north. But without permission from the Syrian regime, this could be counted as a crime.
Experts and observers warn US President Donald Trump's desire to keep Syrian oil could promote the view that the US involvement in the Middle East is to extort revenue.
US Central Command Commander Kenneth McKenzie gave details of the raid that took place earlier this week, rejecting claims that Turkey's Operation Peace Spring in northern Syria delayed the raid on Daesh leader Abu Bakr al Baghdadi.
Afghanistan's national security advisor Hamdullah Mohib, a strong critic of earlier US-Taliban negotiations that excluded his government, said the Taliban no longer operate as a cohesive body and some commanders may have joined Daesh.
US President Donald Trump confirms death of Daesh terror group leader in a US military operation in Syria's northwestern Idlib province. Trump says Baghdadi did not die of a hero and spent his final moments "crying, "whimpering" and "screaming."
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Many in Turkey feel that their national security concerns have been ignored by global powers and that their operation in northern Syria has been unfairly criticised. Here’s what experts had to say about it.
TRT World spoke to reputed academic and civil rights activist Sami al Arian who explained what caused the US and much of Europe to show indifference to Ankara's security concerns emanating from northern Syria.
Chinese premier Xi Jinping visited Nepal recently, where China’s influence has grown rapidly, prompting Washington to push back – but is it ‘too little, too late’?
US Defense Secretary Mark Esper arrived in Afghanistan where stalled peace talks with the Taliban and persistent violent attacks by the insurgent group and Daesh militants have complicated the Trump administration’s pledge to withdraw US troops.
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