Cross-border shelling took place Russian-backed Kurds, which Turkey considers terrorists, drove Syrian rebels from a former military base.
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The Assad regime's attempt to choke of Aleppo has caused ISIS to shorten its lines and hand over territory to the regime's forces, which it regards as the lesser evil.
Defense minister sees Syria splitting into separate enclaves representing the main groups active in the fighting.
Giulio Regeni, 28, was tortured and found dead in Cairo last week.
Saudi Arabia is 'ready to send both jets and troops' to Turkish air base, foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says.
The move would re-establish Assad's foothold on the province; meanwhile, the Syrian army announces they captured more ground in the northern Aleppo.
The standoff suggests that Egypt's powerful security forces may have overstepped their limits by clashing with one of the country's most respected professions.
Meanwhile, U.S. defense secretary says he expects Saudi Arabia and UAE to provide forces to help Syrian opposition fighters against ISIS.
As long as fighters are willing to remain there, the besieged city will not fall. But life there will become hell.
Truce won't apply to ISIS, Nusrah Front, U.S. Secretary of State Kerry says; Diplomatic source says deal didn't include immediate end of Russian bombings.
A training video meant to show ISIS supporters in Europe how to build different types of explosives, smuggled out of Raqqa by an ISIS defector and obtained by Sky News, has been described as an intelligence 'gold mine.'