Turkey vows to take all necessary action against Kurd voteThe Turkish army kicked off a military drill near the border with Iraq’s Kurdish region, underscoring Turkey’s threat to do whatever it deems necessary against an Iraqi Kurdish independence referendum scheduled for next week. Dozens of Turkish tanks dotted an open field just a few kilometers from the Iraqi border on Monday, according to footage on CNN-Turk television.
A man looks at smoke rising from buildings following a strike in the Jobar district, east of the Syrian capital on Sept. 14, 2017. Russia, Turkey and Iran agreed to establish and monitor a combat-free zone in and around the northwestern Syrian province of Idlib after two days of talks on ending the country’s six-year war. Turkey’s foreign ministry said the deal was struck in Astana, Kazakhstan, where officials have held several rounds of a Russia-backed peace initiative.
Turkey’s foreign ministry said the deal was struck in Astana, Kazakhstan, where officials have held several rounds of a Russia-backed peace initiative. The three guarantor nations agreed to deploy and coordinate forces along the boundaries of the so-called de-escalation zone to monitor for violations by opposition groups or forces loyal to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. Idlib province, on the border with Turkey, is largely under the control of Islamist groups.
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