People look at a site damaged by Turkish airstrikes in Hasakah province, Syria. Photograph: Baderkhan Ahmad/AP

Turkey uses Istanbul bombing as a pretext for deadly airstrikes in Syria and Iraq

I am totally immersed in departmental bureaucracy (curriculum etc) and a piece on metaverse and journalism. In the meantime, I missed some significant events in Turkey. I am getting lazy for the blog 🙁  Here is something to be anxious about:

People look at a site damaged by Turkish airstrikes in Hasakah province, Syria. Photograph: Baderkhan Ahmad/AP

Turkey confirms deadly airstrikes in Syria and Iraq targeting Kurdish groups

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