After meeting the man who abused her under ISIS captivity, Ashwaq Ta'lo said she "decided to return to Kurdistan and never go back to Germany."
U.S. sanctions on Turkey have effectively split U.S. policy in the region.
Far from making a comeback, Syria's former Al-Qaeda affiliate awaits a devastating government offensive on the country's last rebel-held region.
The U.S., Israel and Iranian dissidents say that Iran is "hunting its enemies in Europe."
On Wednesday, the White House announced it was imposing sanctions on Turkey for detaining pastor Andrew Brunson.
The Russia-backed Syrian military has kicked ISIS out of another one of its last outposts, but will U.S. allies Israel and Jordan pay the price?
ISIS claims shooter Faisal Hussain was a "soldier" of its "caliphate," but authorities are skeptical.
Israel, Turkey and the U.S. have all targeted the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's air force, but the longtime leader stands to regain the whole country.
While the West, Israel and Jordan welcomed the evacuation of the White Helmets, Syria and Russia view the group as an enemy.
Preliminary reports included photos and videos of what appeared to be a massive explosion near Cairo International Airport in Egypt.
Iran and Israel both want Russia's support, but how long can Moscow remain in the middle?
Syria and Israel have been technically at war since 1948 and have fought at least three major conflicts, including in 1967 when Israel seized the Golan Heights.
"Between us, we have spent close to 90 years imprisoned without charge or trial," the letter says.
Iranian President Hassan Rouhani's hardline rhetoric is earning him a key ally among the country's military elite.
Shrinking ISIS pockets house the last of the jihadis that once ruled half of both Syria and Iraq.
Report says Trump wants a deal with Russia to get the U.S. out of Syria "ASAP," but the Kremlin says it has "no idea" what CNN is talking about.
China has been accused by the U.S. and others of repressing its Uighur Muslim minority, but ISIS has seldom featured Beijing in its propaganda.
Opposition negotiator Nasr al-Hariri said such "U.S. silence" could only be due to a "malicious deal" made between foreign powers involved in Syria's war.
As Donald Trump attempts to address a controversial border separation policy, Iran faces its own crisis at home.
The Syrian military and the Syrian Democratic Forces are both advancing rapidly against the last of ISIS. What happens when the jihadis are gone?
Syria is reclaiming one of its final rebel-held regions, but Israel has reportedly continued to strike Iranian assets in the heart of the war-torn country.
Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's top military aide also threatened to shower Saudi royal palaces "with 1,000 missiles" if the kingdom launches an attack.
The U.S.-led coalition is tasked with battling ISIS, but it has occasionally clashed with pro-Syrian government forces also battling the jihadis.