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Ankara is currently facing off against Greece and Cyprus over oil and gas exploration rights in the eastern Mediterranean. All sides have deployed naval and air forces to assert their competing claims in the region.
By Andrew Wilks, Associated Press
“I have senior officials behind closed doors asking me, ‘If this is how America treats its comrades in the battlefield, can America be counted on?’”…
By Layla Quran, Bryan Wood
Turkish forces and their allies attacked Syrian government troops in northeastern Syria on Thursday, killing some of them, and they also clashed with Kurdish-led fighters, the state news agency in Damascus and a war monitoring group said.
By Bassem Mroue, Associated Press
In our news wrap Wednesday, Turkish forces crossed the Syrian border, hours after their warplanes carried out airstrikes targeting U.S. allied Kurdish forces. Siobahn Kennedy of Independent Television News Reports. Also, Democratice presidential candidate Joe Biden for the first time…
In our Friday news wrap, the Supreme Court ruled against President Trump’s ban on granting asylum to people who enter the U.S. illegally. Chief Justice John Roberts sided with the four more liberal justices in the 5 to 4 decision,…
By PBS NewsHour
On this edition for Sunday, Oct. 21, Nebraskans and other red states will vote in November on the expansion of Medicaid, and Utah draws fans to the annual Moab Music Festival. Also, a documentary tells the journey of three women…
On this edition for Saturday, Aug. 18, the world mourns the death of former United Nations secretary-general Kofi Annan, and tensions rise between the Turkey and the United States as the Turkish economy continues to fall. Also, an unfiltered look…
Tensions continue to rise between the U.S. and its NATO ally Turkey after both countries imposed sanctions on one another over the release of a U.S. pastor held in Turkey since 2016. The spat has caused the Turkish economy to…
On this edition for Sunday, June 24, the Trump administration says it has a plan to reunite separated immigrant families, and violence in Nicaragua as citizens demand the president's resignation. Later, Tony Hawk reflects on a half-century of skateboarding. Hari…
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