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YPG) and its affiliates, which Ankara sees as offshoots of outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
France's parliament on Wednesday approved unanimously a resolution condemning the Turkish operation.
The resolution, which also called for an immediate end to the operation in northern ...
YPG) and so far several times made dealings with international actors towards this aim. So, Turkey continues to threaten the security of Kurdish cantons. While the Americans have betrayed the Kurds just ahead of the Turkish incursion, the final choice by the Russians as Syria allies is unity and ter ...
YPG militia last month following a decision by President Donald Trump to withdraw US troops from the region.
The YPG, the main element of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and a US ally, has kept thousands of militants in jails across northeast Syria.
The Turkish offensive p ...
YPG militia, which Ankara sees a terrorist group and also accuses of ties to the PKK.
The HDP is the only party in the Turkish parliament that has opposed the offensive in northeast Syria that began on Oct. 9.
YPG Kurdish militia, seizing areas along its border. They launched another offensive against the YPG in northeastern Syria last month.
Ankara views the YPG, the main component of the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), as a terrorist group linked to the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK ...
YPG Kurdish militants. Alwaght- Turkish forces and allied militants have attacked Syria’s Ayn Issa town in northern province of Raqqa, more than a month after they mounted a cross-border offensive to clear the region of YPG Kurdish militants.
Syria’s official news agency SANA reported t ...
YPG militants in northern Syria, Reuters reported. Alwaght- Turkey is blackmailing NATO, refusing to back its defense plan for the Baltics and Poland until the alliance offers Ankara more political support for its fight against Kurdish YPG militants in northern Syria, Reuters reported.
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YPG as terrorists with links to militant Kurdish separatists in southeast Turkey.
Turkey is refusing to back a NATO defense plan for the three Baltic states and Poland unless it secures more political support from its allies for its fight against Kurdish YPG militia in northern Syria.
Ankara threatened last year to launch a cross-border offensive to capture Tal Rifaat after taking Afrin from the US-backed YPG militants.
Russia agreed in October to work with Turkey to remove YPG elements and their weapons from Tal Rifaat, but Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said&nbs ...
YPG, the main component of the US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), as a terrorist group.
Ankara is angry over NATO member states’ support for the YPG, which Turkey says is tied to homegrown autonomy-seeking Kurdish militants.
On the sidelines of the NATO summit, Erdogan will attend a f ...