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Women knit scarves for Turkish soldiers fighting in Afrin

Hand-knitted scarves and caps, made by mothers, are keeping Turkish soldiers warm from the cold. Turkey started a cross-border military operation on January 20 against the Syrian Defence Force, known as the YPG, the PKK-affiliated armed Kurdish militia.

Turkey's minority communities show support for 'Operation Olive Branch'

Turkey's minority communities show support for 'Operation Olive Branch'

Turkey's minority communities show support for 'Operation Olive Branch'

Turkey's minority communities show support for 'Operation Olive Branch'

A Timeline of Turkey's Operation Olive Branch

A Timeline of Turkey's Operation Olive Branch

Special Coverage: Turkish army and Free Syrian Army takes Afrin town centre

Special Coverage: Turkish army and Free Syrian Army takes Afrin town centre

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Thousands protest in US over death of George Floyd

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Twitter tags Trump tweets with fact-check warning

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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

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

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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

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