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Turkey Sends Fourth Drilling Ship to Eastern Mediterranean: Turkey has sent its fourth drilling ship to the eastern Mediterranean waters to participate in the exploration for natural gas and oil within the Cypriot maritime economic zones, defying European and international warnings.

Accessed on Sep 2, 2019


Erdoğan: Turkey could open the gates of Europe to refugees: Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan has said that his country may reopen the route for refugees and migrants into Europe if it does not receive adequate international support to enable it to cope with the millions of refugees in Turkey.

Accessed on Sep 5, 2019

Joint U.S. and Turkey Reconnaissance Flight: U.S. and Turkish leaders conducted their next round of reconnaissance flights across the Turkey and Syria border as a part of the establishment of the security mechanism in northeast Syria. This is the third flight in the past two weeks.

Accessed on Sep 6, 2019

Turkey successfully tests fires first cruise missile with penetrating warhead: Turkey's first domestically-made cruise missile with a penetrating warhead successfully completed its test firing. Developed by the Defense Research and Development Institute (SAGE) of Turkey's Scientific and Technological Research Council (TÜBİTAK), test fired the SOM-B2 missile — a high explosive blast fragmentation warhead variant of the stand-off missile (SOM).

Accessed on Sep 6, 2019

US and Turkish troops conduct first joint ground patrol of Syrian 'safe zone': US and Turkish troops conducted their first ever joint ground patrol within what Turkey has called the "safe zone" that runs along the Syria-Turkish border and extends into the northeast.

Accessed on Sep 8, 2019


Government backs protest against PKK in SE Turkey: As more families in southeastern Turkey joined a sit-in protest against PKK terror group, the country’s family minister reiterated government’s support to the demonstration.

Accessed on Sep 9, 2019

U.S. eyeing sanctions over Turkey's S-400 buy: U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin said that the Trump administration was considering imposing sanctions on related to Turkey’s purchase of the Russian-made S-400 air defense missile system, but no decisions have been made.

Accessed on Sep 9, 2019

Syrians ready to flee to Turkey as soon as border opens: Syrians recently protested in Idlib, calling on Turkey to open a humanitarian corridor so they can escape the government shelling.

Accessed on Sep 10, 2019

Turkey says U.S. stalling on Syria 'safe zone', will act alone if needed: Turkey’s Cavusoglu said that Washington is stalling in its agreement to create a “safe zone” in northeast Syria, and repeated that Ankara was ready to act on its own if necessary.

Accessed on Sep 10, 2019

PKK/YPG detained or disappeared nearly 3,000 in Syria – rights group: The PKK/YPG terror group has detained or forcibly disappeared nearly 3,000 individuals in Syria, a UK-based Syrian rights group said in a report. The YPG/PKK is justifying its acts under the guise of fighting terrorism and extremists, according to the report.

Accessed on Sep 11, 2019


PKK terrorist attack in SE Turkey kills 7 civilians: Seven civilians were killed and ten injured when PKK terrorists targeted a vehicle carrying forest workers in SE Turkey.

Accessed on Sep 12, 2019

U.S. Poised to Send 150 Troops to Patrol Northeastern Syria: The Pentagon is preparing to send about 150 troops to northeastern Syria to conduct ground patrols with Turkish forces, reversing at least temporarily a withdrawal from Syria that Trump ordered.

Accessed on Sep 12, 2019

Turkey's Erdoğan says to discuss with Trump buying U.S. Patriot missiles: President Erdoğan said he will discuss buying U.S. Patriot missiles with Trump this month, saying his personal bond with the U.S. leader could overcome a crisis caused by Ankara buying Russian air defense systems.


Accessed on Sep 13, 2019