The distance between a tranquil life and hell can be a few kilometers in this war-torn country, which is trying to vanquish its demons – and terrorism too.
Middle East News
U.S. support of Kurdish militias angers Turkey's leader, but he is wary of criticizing President Obama – or confronting Moscow.
Sales of an annual art auction rise 12 percent since last year, sparking hope that rise in prices will accelerate after lifting of international sanctions.
American troops seen alongside Kurdish militants, other local forces in offensive outside ISIS' de-facto capital of Raqqa.
The authorities gave no reason for the clampdown on the group, which has strong ties with Hamas, says senior Brotherhood member.
'Our suggestion to them is that they should also wear Daesh, Al-Nusra and Al-Qaida insignia during their operations in other regions of Syria,' says Turkish foreign minister.