Syria in the Last 24 Hours: Turkey Sends More Troops to Syrian Border

Syria in the Last 24 Hours: Syrian Army’s Elite Forces Ready to Cross Euphrates Turkey to Launch Operation Euphrates Shield II in September De-escalation Zone Agreements Do Not Legitimize Turkish Existence on Syrian Territories Turkish Army Sending More Soldiers, More Equipment to Border with Syria TEHRAN (FNA)- The Turkish Army has dispatched a large number…

De-escalation Zone Agreements Do Not Legitimize Turkish Existence on Syrian Territories

16 September، 2017 Damascus, SANA An official source at the Foreign and Expatriates Ministry has said that de-escalation zone agreements reached in Astana-6 meeting do not legitimize the existence of any Turkish force on the Syrian territories, adding that the Syrian Arab Republic government considers such existence “illegal”. ” Based on the Syrian government’s commitment…

The Real Risk of Turkey Using US-NATO’s Nuclear Weapons

Jonathan Marshall Turkey to Launch Operation Euphrates Shield II in September Even in this contentious era, one proposition still enjoys near-universal support: the United States should make it the highest priority to prevent nuclear weapons from falling into the hands of hostile states. It’s far too late to stop North Korea from getting the Bomb,…

Turkey to Launch Operation Euphrates Shield II in September

Peter Korzun Turkey is preparing to launch the second phase of Operation Euphrates Shield after the next round of Astana peace talks scheduled to take place on September 13-15. The Turkish military has prepared a road map. This month, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warned of upcoming operations on the Syrian soil. Hayat Tahrir al Sham (HTS), an alliance led…

Turkey-Backed Terrorists Open Fire at US Troops

As Ankara and Syrian rebels it backs oppose Kurdish-led opposition forces fighting against Daesh terrorists with the US military support in the country, media reports emerged that US servicemen came under fire from a group of Turkey-backed rebels. WASHINGTON (Sputnik) — US troops on patrol in northern Syria came under fire from a group of…

Turkey Prepares for Afrin Offensive

Turkey has strengthened its military presence on its border with Syria and President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to take military action against emboldened Syrian Kurdish YPG militia, who are receiving support from the US in their fight against Daesh in Raqqa. Erdogan views the YPG, which controls part of Syria’s border with Turkey, as an extension of the Kurdish PKK, a Marxist insurgent group which has operated…