FM Davutoğlu Defends Prohibition of Entry into Syrian Rebel Camp

from Bianet :: English
After security forces denied opposition deputies access into the Apaydın Camp that hosts fighters of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in the southern border province of Hatay, Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu issued a statement defending the status of the camp as a forbidden zone.

Captured Turkish journalist appears on Syrian TV | Reuters

by Turkish Digest
Captured Turkish journalist appears on Syrian TV

By Jonathon Burch

ANKARA | Mon Aug 27, 2012 8:03am EDT

Aug 27 (Reuters) – A Turkish cameraman who went missing while reporting from Syria appeared on Monday in an interview with a pro-government Syrian television channel and said he had been seized by Syrian soldiers in the northern city of Aleppo.

Syria responsible for journalist’s safety: Turkish FM

from Hurriyet Daily News
A Turkish cameraman who went missing while reporting from Syria appeared

 

What Is Going on at the Apaydın Syrian Rebel Camp?

from Bianet :: English
Security forces denied journalists and opposition deputies access into the Apaydın Camp which hosts fighters of the Free Syrian Army (FSA) in the southern province of Hatay. FSA troops inside the camp did not even allow journalists to shoot photographs.

9,000 Syrian refugees massed at Turkish border: official

from Hurriyet Daily News
Some 9,000 Syrian refugees have massed on the country’s northwest border with Turkey.

 

AKP?s moral-based policies on Syria not working, scholar says

from Hurriyet Daily News
Turkey?s government has been unable to explain to the public what the country?s national interest…

 

Turkey and US finalize plans, awaiting decision

from Hurriyet Daily News
As Turkish and American delegations conclude talks on contingency plans on Syria, including security zone scenarios and transition to a post-al-Assad Syria, sources say political decisions will be given by governments

 

Armenia fosters ?genocide? campaigns in France, Israel

from Hurriyet Daily News
Armenia pushes support for its genocide claims in recent actions in Israel and France as the 100th anniversary of the 1915 killings nears. The developments are a sign ofTurkish foreign policy’s failure, says a retired envoy.

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