"The foreign terrorist fighters will not be released," the official said. "However, there will also be initiatives to send them back to their countries of origin."
As Turkey's assault of the Kurds continues, each part of the world reacts differently
Because the US pursued several different tracks on Syria policy, often isolated in silos of feedback loops, the view of the SDF was not discussed openly between policy teams
Two missiles caused an explosion on an Iranian oil tanker, originally said to be a terrorist attack.
"These sanctions are not only a response to the Erdogan regime's violent attacks in northern Syria. Congress has long had concerns about the regime's cooperation with US adversaries, such as Russia."
“We defeated 100% of the ISIS Caliphate and no longer have any troops in the area under attack by Turkey, in Syria. We did our job perfectly!” Trump tweeted.
Iran, one of the traditional powerhouses of Asian football with a passionate fan-base, won their World Cup qualifying match against Cambodia 14-0.
The Arab people do not wish to be governed by Islamist parties.
A top Syrian Kurdish official said on Thursday that Turkish attacks weaken the ability of security forces in northeast Syria to guard prisons holding Islamic State detainees.
"Our heroic commandos taking part in Operation Peace Spring are continuing to advance east of the Euphrates (river)," the Defence Ministry wrote on Twitter. "The designated targets were seized."
Vice Minister of Defence Prince Khalid bin Salman, a brother of Prince Mohammed, said in Twitter posts that he met with Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Defense Secretary Mark Esper.
Although Iranian Major General Mousavi said the army’s forces are fully prepared to counter “any possible movement of the enemy,” projecting the exercise as defensive in nature, Iran has frequently used military power in recent months in an aggressive manner.
Trump calls the Beatles, whose name he misspelled, the “worst of the worst.” The men were dubbed the Beatles because they are alleged to be part of a team of UK members of ISIS.
US envoy Khalilzad meets with leaders of Islamist group in what might be resumption of stalled peace talks
“There are only so many times a population relishes the idea of going to vote.”
While the attacks on the Kurds are the result, it's hard to tell exactly why all of this is happening
Iran's economy has been challenged since the establishment of the Islamic republic in the 1980s. Recent sanctions placed upon the country have exasperated the problem.
The deal included selling Iran 1,700 tanks and armored vehicles for 650 million pounds.
To roll back Kurdish gains, Turkey has already staged two major incursions into the North.
Turkey justified its action under Article 51 of the U.N. Charter, which covers an individual or collective right to self-defense against armed attack.