At the Turkish border with Syria, tales of the desperation unfolding on the other side, where some 900,000 people are fleeing a Syrian assault.
It took two weeks for them to get to him. By then it was too late.
Russian troops are engaging in standoffs with U.S. troops guarding oil fields and fighting remnants of the Islamic State.
Some crowd into trucks. Others go on foot. The current Syrian migration is similar in scale to the Rohingya crisis in 2017.
Turkey is sending reinforcements into northwest Syria and pressing for a Turkish-controlled zone there.
Amani Ballour was a warzone doctor. Now her life is the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary.
Dr. Amani Ballour was the manager of an underground hospital in Syria. Now her life is the subject of an Oscar-nominated documentary.
Turkey said it retaliated Monday after “intense” shelling by Syrian forces killed five of its soldiers and wounded five others in Syria’s northern Idlib province, the country’s last rebel stronghold.
A jet with 172 people aboard was forced to make an emergency landing at a Russian military base after Syrian air defenses shot at the plane, Russian media said.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said that as many as 35 Syrian government troops had been killed, and he warned Russia against trying to prevent his country’s actions.
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