Turkey deported three foreign jihadists on Monday, with more than 20 Europeans including French and Germans in the process of being expelled to their countries of origin.
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- Turkish Journalist Ahmet Altan Released Under Supervision
- Turkey’s Air Strikes Hit Northeast Syria Near Border
- Trump Warns Turkey of Going Too Far After Greenlighting Syria Invasion
- Opposition Istanbul Mayor Says Not Invited to Govt Quake Meeting
- 5.8-Magnitude Earthquake Shakes Istanbul
- Bomb Explodes Injuring Five in Southern Turkey
- Kurdish Leader Gets Partial Reprieve from Turkish Court
- ‘Mom, Don’t die’: Murder of Turkish Woman by Ex-Husband Ignites Anger
- Turkey Removes Pro-Kurdish Mayors
A Turkish court on Monday ordered journalist Ahmet Altan to be released under supervision after he had a life sentence quashed over alleged links to the 2016 failed coup, state news agency Anadolu reported.
Turkish air strikes hit a border area in northeast Syria on Wednesday, a war monitor said moments after Ankara announced the start of an operation against Syria's Kurds.
U.S. President Donald Trump warned Turkey Monday against going too far in Syria, one day after giving Ankara a green light to invade its southern neighbor, sparking panic among Washington's Kurdish allies.
Istanbul's opposition mayor Ekrem Imamoglu claimed he was not invited to a meeting about this week's 5.8 magnitude earthquake that hit Turkey's largest city.
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