A Kurdish security official at the new Istanbul airport, on Saturday evening, committed suicide by throwing himself from a high altitude inside the airport terminal, according to the opposition newspaper "Zaman".
About two hours before he committed suicide, a member of the security service, Ibrahim, put a picture of him through his account with Instagram, crying and commenting: "We are always being excluded because we are Kurds ... maybe my actions will change something. .. Let me forgive ».
The airport administration has not released any data on the incident.
Translation: Adar Press.
Al-Furat Center for Studies revealde at a press conference held Tuesday at its headquarters in the city of Qamishlo results of the second questionnaire, which dealt with the views of citizens on the performance of institutions of self-management and freedom of information in areas of north-east Syria.
The questionnaire, which consisted of 14 questions and was conducted between April and May of this year, included 3,540 random men and women.
Syrian Foreign Minister Walid al-Moallem said on Tuesday that the Damascus government is not seeking an armed confrontation with the Turkish army in Idlib, northern Syria.
"All foreign forces in Syria illegally must immediately leave their territory," he told a news conference with his Chinese counterpart Wang Yi in Beijing. "Idlib is the province of Syria and the terrorist organizations will be eliminated," he told a news conference.
Twenty-eight years after his arrest, Sarhat Togan was released from the prison of Van, who entered it at the age of 16 on charges of belonging to the PKK, according to the opposition newspaper "Zaman".
The Diarbeker Criminal Court accepted the request for the re-trial of Togan and decided to release him.
The Turkish Defense Ministry announced on Sunday that a Turkish military site was attacked in Idlib province, northwest of Syria, without causing casualties, as fighting raged in the governorate.
The ministry added that the attack was launched from an area controlled by the forces of the Syrian regime, according to the agency "Reuters".
head of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday that Turkey would respond to attacks by the Syrian regime in the event of targeting on the observation points, published by Turkey in the Idlib region of Syria.
"We will not be silent if the Syrian army continues its attacks on Turkish observation posts in Idlib," Erdogan was quoted as saying by a Turkish news agency. "Turkey will give a clear response to what it considers provocations of the Syrian army."
International concern rose on Friday, the day after the attack on two oil tankers in the Sea of Oman, while additional evidence emerged of Iran's involvement in the incident, according to a report in the Middle East.
Turkish warplanes launched at dawn on Thursday raids on areas in the Kurdistan region of northern Iraq, causing heavy material losses.
According to "Sky News" Turkish fighters bombed suburbs and areas of Amadiyah town of Dohuk province in the region.
Five members of the Syrian Democratic Forces were injured in a fire on Wednesday while participating in the suppression of fire that ravaged crops in villages north and west of Ain Issa.
"During the participation of our forces' fighters and firefighters in extinguishing the fire in the villages of north and west of Ain Issa, five of our fighters were wounded in the fire. They were taken to the military hospital for treatment," said Mustafa Bali, director of the Media Center of the Syrian Democratic Forces.
Translation: Adar Press.
Kurdish media sources said on Wednesday that an explosion occurred in the center of the city of Afrin occupied northern Syria, resulting in the deaths and injuries in the ranks of pro-Turkish Syrian militants.
The sources said that a car belonging to the gunmen of the Syrian factions of Turkey exploded today, in the villas street in the center of Afrin, killing one gunman and wounding at least two others.
Turkish security sources said four Turkish soldiers were wounded in clashes with PKK fighters in the countryside of the Turkey eastern province of Tunceli.
US officials confirmed the suspension of training of Turkish pilots on F-35 fighter jets at an air base in Arizona faster than expected, Ankara said Washington did not move to form a working group with it, according to "Reuters."
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