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The head of the People's Democratic Party, Sazaie Tamale, reiterated his call for the rest of the opposition parties to call for early elections, saying: “We are working around the clock until this system is gone. We will not rest until we put this system in the dustbin of history. ”

According to the Turkish newspaper Al-Zaman, during his speech at the third meeting of his party in the city of Darsim, Szaei Tamale once again called on the opposition parties to unite to demand early elections.

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There are several steps to ensure stability in northeastern Syria, the most important of which is respect for a ceasefire reached last month, a report by the International Crisis Group said on Wednesday.

In a report on the situation in northeastern Syria, the group called on the United States to protect its Kurdish and Arab partners in the SDF and to prioritize stability in the northeast during its discussions with Russia and Turkey.

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Turkey has ordered the arrest of 133 military personnel on suspicion of links to the Fethullah Gulen network, which Ankara accuses of masterminding a coup attempt in 2016, the state-run Anatolia news agency reported on Tuesday.

The agency said the suspects were being searched as part of an operation centered in the western coastal province of Izmir, adding that 82 of them were still in service.

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Hundreds of people from the Kurdish community demonstrated in front of the residence of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan during a visit to the United States, amid calls for a demonstration to coincide with his arrival at the White House, according to "RT".

Hundreds of Kurdish flags gathered outside Erdogan's headquarters, where he is expected to meet US President Donald Trump today at the White House.

Adar Press- Al-Bawwaba

During its control of large areas of Syria, ISIS has committed widespread attacks against Christians from the destruction of churches and monasteries to the kidnapping of citizens and clerics.

On Tuesday, dozens of priests claimed the Islamic State had killed a priest in eastern Syria in the city of Qamishli, which on Monday was hit by three deadly bombings.

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Republican and Democratic senators asked the administration of President Donald Trump on Wednesday to tell them if reports that Turkey was violating a ceasefire in Syria were correct and to respond with tough sanctions.

"Given the risks, time is essential," Republicans Lindsay Graham, Marsha Blackburn, Democrats Chris Vanholin, Richard Blumenthal and Gian Shaheen wrote in a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo.

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