Turkey says it won’t tolerate ‘de facto’ Kurdish entity in Syria

Turkey’s deputy prime minister says his country supports Syria’s territorial integrity and won’t tolerate the creation of a “de facto” Syrian Kurdish entity on its frontiers.

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Turkish main opposition party asks for change of FM or Syria policy

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English: Cropped version photo of Ahmet Davuto...

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Q&A: Senior Brotherhood member Amr Darrag

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Where are the Syrian Kurds heading amidst the civil war in Syria?

Although the civil war in Syria is ongoing, the Kurds have achieved major strides towards their rights by controlling a region for the first time in Syrian modern history.

The emergence of the Syrian Kurds, for the first time in modern Syrian history after decades of repression, faces many difficulties and pitfalls in the current situation, which will ultimately reform the political structure in Syria and thus determine the future of Syria?s Kurds.

Turquie : En route vers ?la fin de l?Histoire?

Presseurop.eu, 22 juillet 2013                                         English  Deutsch Dorel Dumitru Chiri?escu, Dilema Veche (Roumanie) Le politologue Francis Fukuyama estime qu?une société atteint son plus haut degré de développement quand les aspirations démocratiques de ses membres sont satisfaites dans une économie libérale. Avec les manifestations contre le gouvernement Erdoğan, les Turcs semblent s?être engagés sur

Turkey: No tolerance for Kurdish entity in Syria

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) Turkey’s deputy prime minister says his country supports Syria’s territorial integrity and won’t tolerate the creation of a “de facto” Syrian Kurdish entity on its frontiers.Speaking to reporters Monday, Bulent..

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