A senior Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) leader based in Istanbul was among those detained in a series of sweeping police operations, according to Anadolu Agency
Backed up by helicopters, thousands of police officers have raided addresses in 16 Turkish provinces in search of members of ISIL, the PKK and other militant groups, killing one suspect
A person was killed in operations against PKK, ISIS, DHKP-C and YDG/H in İstanbul. 251 people were detained.
Turkey’s strike on ISIL bases in northern Syria was a ‘first step’ and actions against Islamist, Kurdish and leftist militants will continue, President Tayyip Erdoğan has said.
Ankara’s understanding with Washington may do more than allow the US to use Incirlik from next month
HDP Group Deputy Chairpersons stated Turkey wanted to form a buffer zone in Rojava and today’s operations weren’t launched against ISIS.
A recent joint action consensus between Turkey and the United States, which includes the use of the İncirlik Airbase in southern Turkey in fight against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) jihadists, also covers a partial no-fly zone over the Turkey-Syria border, according to Turkish sources
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has confirmed that Turkey has agreed to let the U.S. use the İncirlik air base in southern Turkey for military operations against militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL), “within a certain framework.”
Turkey’s Press Council has said censorship is still in place in Turkey, adding the country ranked 149th among 199 countries in press freedom reports, with 21 journalists in jail and a large number of ongoing cases filed against journalists, in a written statement issued to mark the 107th anniversary of Journalists Day
PM Davutoğlu made a statement related to air operation against ISIS, latest attacks against Turkey and operations against terrorist organizations.
Both the president and the prime minister of Turkey have pledged further action against all outlawed groups
The President Erdoğan: Resolution process got out of hand. Masked faces can’t freely roam. If PKK doesn’t cease fire, it’ll bear the consequences. When media supports national unity, everything will be different.
U.S. Defence Secretary Ash Carter called Iraq’s Kurdish fighters a model for the kind of force needed to defeat Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) as he made an unannounced visit on July 24 to the capital of Iraq’s Kurdistan region
Backed up by helicopters, thousands of police officers have raided addresses in 13 Turkish provinces in search of members of ISIL, the PKK and other militant groups, killing one suspect
President Barack Obama emphasizes progress while stating the need for more cooperation in efforts by the U.S, Turkey and Jordan to stop the border flows of foreign fighters into Syria
Turkey has warned that adoption of a resolution condemning the centennial anniversary of Anatolian Armenians deaths as genocide will have a deep impact on bilateral relations