Turkey aims to fight Isis and contain the expansion of Kurdish groups in Syria
'There are too many fences going up in Europe today,' local mayor says
Turkey has demanded the predominantly Kurdish SDF retreats east of the Euphrates River
'It is now impossible to deny that the Syrian regime has repeatedly used industrial chlorine as a weapon against its own people'
Turkish tanks, rocket launchers and planes hit Isis territory with hundreds of strikes overnight
Politicians vowed to 'cleanse' the border of Isis militants after a suicide bombing at a wedding
Media reports say shells hit Isis-held border town and Kurdish targets after deadly wedding blast in Turkey
The atrocity killed hundreds of civilians in Ghouta, sparking a vote on military intervention
'We have seen no real effort from President Obama or Chancellor Merkel to prevent the criminal attacks against civilians and our hospitals'
Andy Warhol might have imagined a world where everyone got their 15 minutes of fame, but in the age of Snapchat it’s more relevant to say everyone gets their 10 seconds
Could it be that the Sultan is thinking of renewing his old friendship with the Lion of Damascus? Be sure that he is
The 10-year-old boy had been playing outside his family home when it was struck on Wednesday
The complexity of the conflict is well described as three-dimensional chess played by nine players with no rules
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Terror group publishes video showing two men pledging allegiance to Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi
Omran, his parents and siblings survived the attack but several other children were killed