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Life in 'hell': The woman who joined the YPG/PKK terror group

A woman who joined the PKK/YPG terror group as a teenager escaped after six years. She recounted the abuse she faced in training camps in an interview with TRT World. #PKKchildsoldiers #YPGchildsoldiers #OperationPeaceSpring

President Erdogan says YPG launches attacks from places of worship

President Erdogan says YPG launches attacks from places of worship

Turkey's Border Security: President Erdogan speaks on the Operation Peace Spring

Turkey's Border Security: President Erdogan speaks on the Operation Peace Spring

2019 Review: Turkey launched Operation Peace Spring in Syria on October 9

2019 Review: Turkey launched Operation Peace Spring in Syria on October 9

Four myths about the PKK/YPG terrorist group debunked

Four myths about the PKK/YPG terrorist group debunked

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China and Australia's war of words

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Is the coronavirus a conspiracy?

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Thousands protest in US over death of George Floyd

Twitter tags Trump tweets with fact-check warning

Twitter tags Trump tweets with fact-check warning

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Life under quarantine: Wedding postponed

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ICU doctor treats Covid-19 patients while being 7 months pregnant

Here is how Turkey has shed its history of coups

Here is how Turkey has shed its history of coups

Egypt’s government blamed for rise in Covid-19 infections and deaths among medical staff

Egypt’s government blamed for rise in Covid-19 infections and deaths among medical staff

Fun With Kids Under Lockdown

Fun With Kids Under Lockdown

Coronavirus outbreak hits US immigration detention facilities

Coronavirus outbreak hits US immigration detention facilities

Spreading solidarity in the time of a pandemic

Spreading solidarity in the time of a pandemic

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 5.4 million

Global Covid-19 cases surpass 5.4 million

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