Clinton heads to Turkey for meetings on Syrian rebellion – The Washington Post

Clinton arrives in Turkey for key Syria talk

from Hurriyet Daily News
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived Saturday in Istanbul for talks on the conflict in Syria with Turkish leaders after Washington slapped fresh sanctions on Bashar al-Assad’s regime and its allies.

Syria crisis: US and Turkey consider no-fly zones

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Conal Urquhart
Hillary Clinton says US and Turkish intelligence to examine possibility of flying ban as Syrian and Jordanian troops clash
The United States and Turkey are considering imposing no-fly zones and other steps on Syria to help rebel forces, Hillary Clinton has announced.


Rebels reload their guns in the Salaheddin district of the restive northern city of Aleppo on August 10. US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton arrived Saturday in Istanbul for talks on the conflict in Syria with Turkish leaders after Washington slapped fresh sanctions on Bashar al-Assad’s regime and its allies. (AFP Photo/Phil Moore)


U.S.-Turkish military cooperation not without problems

from Hurriyet Daily News
Nearly 60 years after the United States and Turkey officially became allies, the two nations…

Fleeing civilians wait to cross into Turkey at an unofficial border crossing in the northern Syrian province of Idlib August 6, 2012. Hundreds of Syrian refugees arrived at the unofficial border crossing with Turkey, fleeing an escalating military campaign by Syrian troops to recapture rebel strongholds in the northern city of Aleppo. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra


Disinformation flies in Syria’s growing cyber war

Reuters

The entire tranche was later published online by Wikileaks. “It’s not surprising that Syria has attempted to develop a cyber warfare capability. It’s in line with … With Assad’s opponents desperate to attract defectors – such as Prime Minister Riyad


Intervention is now driving Syria’s descent into darkness | Seumas Milne

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Seumas Milne
Western and Gulf regime support for rebel fighters isn’t bringing freedom to Syrians but escalating sectarian conflict and war

Iran pushes for return of 48 ‘pilgrims’ from Syria in diplomatic offensive

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk by Ian Black
Tehran admits members of group were ‘retired’ Revolutionary Guards and says the US is responsible for their fate
Iran is stepping up efforts to secure the release of 48 pilgrims held in Damascus and accused of being Revolutionary Guards helping Bashar al-Assad’s regime to crush the uprising.

How Kurds Complicate Turkey’s Response to Syria Revolt | World | TIME.com

Concerns about foreign policy mounting

from Hurriyet Daily News
As the turmoil in Syria continues, concerns about Ankara?s foreign policy orientation are growing..

US planning new sanctions on Syria and Assad as Clinton travels to Turkey

from World news: Turkey | guardian.co.uk
Like those currently in place, new sanctions are expected to target Assad’s cabinet members and Iranians who support them
The Obama administration is preparing new sanctions on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad’s regime and its allies.

The Obama-Erdogan Alliance | FrontPage Magazine

More than 1,300 Syrians flee to Turkey

from Hurriyet Daily News
A Turkish official says more than 1,300 Syrians fled to Turkey overnight…

The True Threat to Integration in Germany

from NYT > Turkey by By JUDY DEMPSEY

A series of killings of small-business people of Turkish origin has led to a deep crisis of trust between the Turkish community and the police.

Turkey?s power, Turkey?s weakness

from Hurriyet Daily News

For many pundits, academics and politicians Turkey?s power stems from its very unique characteristic…

Davutoğlu reaches out to Rohingya Muslims

from Hurriyet Daily News

Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has arrived in Myanmar for a series of formal talks and to oversee the distribution of Turkish humanitarian aid to the displaced Rohingya Muslims.

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