The base's commander said the "aviation commandant's office" will allow Russian helicopters to support patrols in the Turkish border region.
October 2019 was the first month in 30 years that the U.S. failed to allow even one refugee to resettle, according to World Relief.
The 20th century genocide killed more than 1 million people, and the Turkish government still denies it occurred.
Newsweek is evaluating President Donald Trump's statements made after meetings with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan amid strained relations over the renewed violence in northeastern Syria.
To keep Russia and Iran in check, NATO now more than ever needs to develop and pursue a comprehensive strategy for the Black Sea. Georgia is key to the region.
General Mazloum Kobani said the Turkish invasion of northeastern Syria has opened up new opportunities for ISIS remnants.
From the first public impeachment hearings to the midnight cut off for this month's Democratic debate, this is going to be a big day.
Erdogan complained Tuesday that neither the U.S. nor Russia has been able to "clean" the Kudish-led forces out of Turkey's invasion zone.
"We don't know these people particularly well," a senior State Department official said of Syrian rebel groups accused of atrocities, adding that the U.S. was "asking the Turks to chase them down."
A day after Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan confirmed reports that Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi's wife, sister and brother-in-law were detained, he said a DNA test proved one of his children was in custody as well.
The Turkish Defense Ministry announced that up to seven Kurdish PKK fighters were killed in back-to-back strikes in northern Iraq as deadly clashes continued across the border in Syria.
Nuclear physicists tested soil from the olive tree's roots using the luminescence dating method.
Two bills passed the House with overwhelming bipartisan support on Tuesday, one recognizing the Armenian genocide and the other calling for sanctions on Turkish officials.
The House voted overwhelmingly to support the bill recognizing the early 20th century genocide, in which more than 1 million Armenians are thought to have been killed.
After the unexpected, bipartisan backlash to Trump's withdrawal decision, the administration appears to have reversed course, indicating it may leave a few hundred troops in northeast Syria.
Russia's deputy foreign minister says that when it comes to not recognizing the Syrian government's authority, "that's where we do not see eye-to-eye with the U.S. on the approach to this situation, and it cannot be otherwise."
Trump appeared to suggest Thursday that the Kurdish population in Syria relocate to a small area of desert he referred to as the "Oil Region."
The president said Wednesday that the U.S. would now "let someone else fight over this long bloodstained sand."
"I am not completely convinced that it was a bad idea to get them out of harm's way," John Cornyn said of U.S. troops in Syria.
Panetta told MSNBC the president's announcement from the White House about a ceasefire continuing "is claiming victory for what was essentially a surrender."
Syrian Democratic Forces commander Mazloum Kobane appeared to corroborate President Donald Trump's account of their call.
The president has called the negotiations with Turkey after the fallout from his Syria withdrawal a "big success."
Abandoning our Kurdish partners, who valiantly fought alongside us to combat ISIS, is not consistent with who we are as a military force.
The Russian Defense Ministry released a new map following the country's deal with Turkey to pause military operations and facilitate the withdrawal of Kurdish-led forces from northeastern Syria.
A deal agreed between Russia and Turkey on Tuesday handed Kurdish-led forces a 150-hour ultimatum to withdraw from an 18-mile zone along the Turkish border.
James Franklin Jeffrey told the Senate Foreign Relations Committee on Tuesday that the government does not know exactly how many Islamic State militants have been freed.
The deal would maintain gains by a Turkish-led operation and allow joint Russian and Syrian military patrols to facilitate the removal of Kurdish-led forces elsewhere along the border.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said allying with Kurdish-led forces was "a constitutional duty" and "a national duty."
Stranded between Iran and Erdogan, Israel needs regional allies—but they won't move until the peace process with the Palestinians is revived.
"We're in trouble," Steve Schmidt said in a Monday interview. "You see America in retreat, literally."