The Turkish forces are part of a coalition that includes Syrian rebels and American aircraft aimed at pushing ISIS from the Syrian border town of Jarablus.
By Tess Owen
Turkey's president says a boy as young as 12 carried out a deadly bombing near the Syrian border in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep.
Three soldiers were killed and six others were wounded when a bomb hit a military vehicle in southeastern Turkey on Thursday, the latest incident of bloodshed.
By Tess Owen
The Turkish president isn't done cracking down on the armed forces for the failed coup attempt, and now wants civilians to control them.
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The American troops were photographed and videotaped on the frontlines of a Kurdish-led offensive against the Islamic State in Syria.
One official with the Kurdish militia known as the PKK believes the children are no longer in Iraq, and that their father may have taken them across the border into Iran.
The fourth suicide attack in Turkey this year hit Istiklal Street, a wide shopping boulevard in Istanbul that is lined with international stores and shopping centers.
The Turkish government had earlier blamed the PKK for the attack. Ankara has now been hit by three bombings in a space of five months, ratcheting up security fears across the city and Turkey.
The Kurds have asserted de-facto control of a large swath of northern Syria amid the civil war — now they are poised to formally declare their own federal system.
By Emiko Jozuka
Activists from across the UK took to the streets on Sunday to protest against the ongoing conflict between the Turkish military and the Kurdish PKK militants.
The two female attackers were killed by officers after they fired shots and threw a grenade at a police bus. Meanwhile, three soldiers and 10 Kurdish militants have been killed in southeast Turkey.
The deadly bombing in Ankara was carried out by Syrian Kurdish militia with help from the PKK, Turkey said, as another bomb exploded in the southeast of the country.
The bomb struck a Turkish military convoy as it waited at a traffic light during rush hour on Wednesday.
The Turkish army shelled Kurdish militia in northern Syria for a second day on Sunday, while Russia made clear it would continue bombing Syrian rebel targets, raising doubts that a planned ceasefire would bring much relief.
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Cizre has seen some of the worst of the violence between militants and security forces since fighting erupted in Turkey's southeast last July.
Hundreds have fled their homes amid violence still raging in Turkey's southeast. In another city, six people out of a group trapped in a basement for nearly two weeks are reported to have died.
A new report accuses the Kurds of sectarian violence, while an intelligence assessment says Ottawa should vet whether its citizens are fighting with the PKK.