Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan turns a deaf ear to a European Union warning to tone down his inflammatory rhetoric against its leaders, this time lashing out at German Chancellor Angela Merkel as a “terrorist supporter.”
Turkey’s Deputy Prime Minister Numan Kurtulmus has vowed that Ankara’s military operation inside Syria would continue despite a recent terror attack in Istanbul which killed 39 people.
ISIS media said on Saturday the terrorists group had set a one million dollars reward for killing a Danish politics student who dropped out of school in 2014 to fight the group as part of Kurdish forces.
An Izadi militia said it had wrested control of a section of the Iraqi-Syrian border area from Islamic State (ISIS / Daesh / ISIL / IS) militants southwest of Sinjar.
Amnesty International has called on the Turkish government to facilitate the return of tens of thousands of displaced families to the predominantly-Kurdish, southeastern city of Diyarbakir, where a curfew has been imposed and military operations are ongoing against Kurdish militants.
Iraqi special forces battled to flush out three dozen ISIS terrorists from another eastern Mosul district on Sunday (December 4) in a fierce struggle with retreating militants.
Tens of thousands of people have been displaced in Aleppo as pro-government Syrian forces press on with their campaign to reclaim the divided city.
The Syrian army continued its advance in rebel-held eastern Aleppo as they edge closer to seizing control of the Syrian city.
ISIS terrorists feeling intimidated by Iraqi soldiers have resorted to callously butchering innocent families who refuse to let rocket and sniper terrorist teams transform their homes into jihadi camps.
The Syrian army and its allies announced the capture of a large swathe of eastern Aleppo from rebels on Monday (November 28) in an accelerating attack that threatens to crush the opposition in its most important urban stronghold.