Erdogan says pro-Assad forces turned back after Turkish artillery fire
Erdogan has no reason to risk a direct confrontation with Russia, its only powerful ally now that relations with the U.S. have reached the edge of the abyss. But will he have a choice?
In response to Syrian report of government forces entering Afrin 'within hours' to support Kurdish militia, Turkish Foreign Minister promises Turkey cannot be stopped
Six civilians reportedly suffer symptoms indicative of poison gas inhalation ■ Turkey denies, saying it doesn't use 'banned ammunition'
The issue is expected to dominate a visit to Turkey by U.S. Secretary of State Rex Tillerson on Thursday
State Department Compares Netanyahu to 'My Best Friend Julie': 'I Don’t See Her Every Time I'm in the Midwest'
Spokeswoman Heather Nauert offers an original explanation for why Tillerson's Mideast tour doesn't include a short stop in Israel
Within a week, al-Qaida-affiliated rebels shot down a Russian jet, Kurdish fighters downed a Turkish helicopter, Israel downed an Iranian drone and the Syrian army shot down an Israeli F-16
Turkish president issues his warning after Greek Cypriots accused the military of obstructing an Italian vessel exploring for natural gas
The Pentagon requested $300 million for Syrian 'train and equip activities' and $250 million for border security requirements, according to a copy of the budget
Hamas is apparently trying to bolster its political presence in the West Bank in preparation for the day after Palestinian President Abbas' reign ends