Holding a political figure for making disparaging remarks, Selahattin Demirtaş says, is evidence of how Erdogan has replaced democracy with a repressive one-party state.
President Donald Trump called for Arab partners to contribute more to the fight against ISIS in Syria, but Saudi backing could further complicate the war.
Iran's Foreign Ministry said "No one can force Iran to do anything" and it would stay in Syria as long as it was welcome.
Turkey uses anonymous witnesses for high-profile political cases when the government doesn't have enough evidence for a guilty verdict, experts told Newsweek.
Tia Freeman's DIY childbirth story has wowed Twitter users.
A number of controversial organizations already have offices in Washington. Can fighters in Syria get one too?
"There has been nobody tougher on Russia than President Donald Trump," said President Donald Trump.
Russian jets are soaring over the waters of the Mediterranean, and Syria has moved new air defenses near Assad's presidential palace.
With ISIS, Syria’s universal enemy, largely defeated last year, international powers have begun to turn on each other in 2018.
Russia, Iran and Syria suspect that the U.S. is trying to split Syria and the region as a whole in order to take advantage of the unrest.
Russia, Iran, and Turkey plan to divide the spoils of Syria’s eventual reconstruction, experts say.
Turkey and its insurgent allies are sweeping through Kurdish territory and risking an international conflict with the U.S., France, Syria and Iraq.
The U.S. and Russia have both contributed to the fight against ISIS, but their goals for postwar Syria differ.
Iraq and Syria declared victory over ISIS in late 2017, but the U.S. and Turkey have resisted calls to withdraw their forces.
The new law is again stoking fears of new restrictions on freedom of expression.
After defeating ISIS, Iraq and Syria have called for a complete withdrawal of Turkish forces battling Kurds in both countries.
Andrew Brunson, a U.S. citizen from North Carolina, was arrested in Turkey in the wake of the 2016 attempted coup against Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The U.S., Iran and Syria all have complicated relationships with Turkey, which sees the Syrian civil war as an opportunity to tackle Kurdish groups.
They had hoped to sell the material to an unknown buyer.
Tensions between local and international actors have led to nonstop violence and more than 500,000 deaths, but there are some signs of rehabilitation.
Less than two weeks after Russian President Vladimir Putin showed off advanced weapons, his officials are warning the U.S. against action in Syria.