A very dark night for Turkey: At least 33 soldiers killed in Idlib, Social Media blocked and Turkish leadership decides not to stop Syrian migrant flow to Europe

update- I thought I posted it yesterday. It had stayed as a draft post. I now realize….
Since last midnight, without a VPN or TOR browser, it is impossible to receive independent news. The pro-government media is pumping the same news all over the channels they have: Turkish forces have killed hundreds of Syrian soldiers…
Reuters – Reuters Editorial – Feb 27, 1:23 PM

ANKARA (Reuters) – Turkey has decided to no longer stop Syrian refugees from reaching Europe by land and sea, a senior Turkish official told Reuters on Thursday, in anticipation of the imminent arrival of refugees from Syria’s Idlib where nearly a

netblocks – Feb 27, 1:13 PM

Network data from the NetBlocks internet observatory confirm that Turkey has blocked access to social media and messaging platforms following allegations of an attack on Turkish troops in Idlib, Syria on Thursday 27 February 2020.

 

Hatay Governor Rahmi Doğan has stated, “Our 33 soldiers have fallen martyrs in an aerial attack launched by the Assad regime forces in Idlib.”

1 thought on “A very dark night for Turkey: At least 33 soldiers killed in Idlib, Social Media blocked and Turkish leadership decides not to stop Syrian migrant flow to Europe

Leave a Reply

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.

%d bloggers like this: