America, as the planet's most powerful nation, can offer crucial help.
The new law is again stoking fears of new restrictions on freedom of expression.
The Interior Ministry of Turkey said security forces and the military arrested up to 4,698 in the past week.
An account affiliated with Turkey's so-called Operation Olive Branch claimed Kurdish fighters attacked the Free Syrian Army with chlorine gas.
Trump "has done more to isolate North Korea & defeat ISIS in 8 months than Obama did in 8 years," the president's press secretary tweeted.
Erdogan was speaking near Times Square when pro-Kurdish protesters got into a scuffle with men in suits.
Iraq has separated female foreign fighters and detained them at a facility near Mosul.
Ahead of Congress vote, Senator Rand Paul says the U.S. government wants "unlimited war" without a legal basis.
Middle East Christians have never taken up arms against America anywhere in the region.
The former diplomat says the U.S. must rail against Iranian domination in the Middle East.
An ISIS suspect recounts murders and rape in court testimony.
Iraqi forces are preparing an offensive on ISIS-held Tal Afar, where the group has some 2,000 fighters.
Fox News only issued an "update" to the segment that angered the newspaper, which demanded an on-air apology.
The newspaper is seeking an apology as Trump's claim the paper leaked information becomes his latest attack on the press.
The deployment of women for suicide attacks shows not only the end of ISIS's "gender binary," but its state project.
Transportation Minister Ahmet Arslan says new security measures will lead the U.S. to lift the ban.
There has only been one reported instance of a chemical weapons attack this year, new analysis shows.
Iraqi paramilitaries announce the liberation of a key ISIS stronghold.
Police said that nine people were injured and one is in a critical condition.
The warning came a week before Turkey's president is due to visit Washington.
The ban came after two site entries accused Turkey of links to Islamist militant groups.
Authorities said explosives in a tunnel causes the blast in the city of Diyarbakir, killing a police officer and two civilians.
Ten of the jihadi group's militants used a police vehicle to infiltrate the hometown of Saddam Hussein.