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A total of 190 militants have been killed in two major airstrikes by the Turkish military targeting the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party’s (PKK) bases both inside Turkey and northern Iraq, intelligence sources told daily Hürriyet. 30 F-16s reportedly bombed PKK camps again on July 30.
Turkey bombs PKK camps with 30 F-16s after 190 militants were killed
Adana’s İncirlik airbase is ready to go as a launching pad for American strikes on ISIL following a deal between Ankara and Washington
İncirlik ready for operations against ISIL: Spokesman
Hitting the PKK has tactical priority for us, as Turkey gets ready for joint ops against ISIL together with the U.S., one Turkish official says
Turkey awaits US jets for broader ISIL operations
Dear Demirtaş, In a statement the other day you said, “Peace requires courage.” It really does. Peace does require courage.
A short and open letter to Selahattin Demirtaş
On a bright summer day in the eastern town of Malazgirt, while driving into the marketplace in plainclothes and in the company of his wife and daughter, Maj.
Tell me how this ends
I am not a fan of conspiracy theories at all. In fact, even the London pub Grenadier’s famous Bloody Marys were not enough to convince me of some of the more plausible conspiracies during my last trip to the city.
Is Erdoğan warmongering for political power?
“Profiterole for the Kurds?” (this column, Sept. 10, 2009) recalled the early days of Kudistan Workers’ Party (PKK) leader Abdullah Öcalan’s 1998-1999 odyssey, when a group of Kurds launched a hunger strike in Klafthmonos Square in Athens in protest of his arrest in Rome.
A thinner (or larger) slice of profiterole for the Kurds?
As is said, “actions speak louder than words.” Ruling Justice and development Party (AKP) has been in coalition talks with the Republican People’s Party (CHP).
AKP flirting with CHP, to marry MHP
The Dead Sea is shrinking, and as its waters vanish at a rate of more than one meter a year, hundreds of sinkholes, some the size of a basketball court, some two stories deep, are devouring its shoreline
Shrinking Dead Sea leaves trail of perilous sinkholes
The correct principle on the topic of parliamentary immunities is to do what the Justice and Development Party (AK Party) has said. Yes, don’t be surprised.
AK Party and the HDP
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