Crowd pelts with stones Turkish-Russian patrol in Syria
SYRIA-SECURITY/TURKEY-RUSSIA (UPDATE 1):UPDATE 1-Crowd pelts with stones Turkish-Russian patrol in Syria -local mediaNearly a month ago, Turkey and Syrian rebel allies launched a cross-border incursion against Kurdish YPG fighters, seizing control of 120 km (75 miles) of land along the frontier.
Turkey is home to more than 3.5 million Syrian refugees - the highest number in the world. Most have "temporary protection" permits but these restrict them to the province The crackdown is orchestrated by the Istanbul governor ' s office , which is controlled by the central government in Ankara.
More than 26, 000 people investigated for insulting Turkish president in 2018. Mehdi Davut, the president of a platform representing Syrians , said the governor ’ s office decision caught Syrians unprepared and they were given very little time, adding that many families will experience problems if
ISTANBUL, Nov 15 (Reuters) - Turkey has sent more than 6,000 Syrian migrants in Istanbul to temporary housing centres in other provinces since early July, the local governor's office said on Friday, two weeks after a deadline for Syrians not registered in the city to leave.
Authorities had given Syrians not registered in Istanbul until Oct. 30 to move to another province or face forced removal from the city.
Turkey hosts more than 3.6 million Syrians, the largest population of Syrians displaced by an eight-year civil war. The number of Syrians in Istanbul, a city of some 15 million, has swelled to more than half a million.
Turkey should scrap Russian missile system or face U.S. sanctions: White House official
Turkey should scrap Russian missile system or face U.S. sanctions: White House official"Turkey will feel the impact of those sanctions," O'Brien told CBS's "Face the Nation" in an interview, referring to penalties under the U.S. law known as the Countering America's Adversaries Through Sanctions Act, which he said would pass Congress with "overwhelming" bipartisan support.
The İstanbul Governor ’ s Office has directed Syrians who are not registered in İstanbul to leave Over the past several days, Turkish media have reported that some Syrian refugees in İstanbul are Many say the public’s unease with the Syrian refugees is one of the reasons for the AKP’s election
On Monday, the Istanbul Governor ’ s office gave Syrian refugees unregistered in the city until Aug. 20 to leave, stoking concerns among Syrians . The governor ’ s office puts the number of Syrians registered in Istanbul at 547,479. Migration experts estimate more than 300, 000 Syrians , who are
The Istanbul governor's office said 6,416 unregistered Syrians were removed from Istanbul since July 12.
Sentiment towards Syrian refugees in Turkey has soured in recent years. Ankara wants to settle part of them in a swathe of land it now controls in northeast Syria, after it launched an offensive last month against the Kurdish YPG militia.
Amnesty International and Human Rights Watch last month published reports saying Turkey is forcibly sending Syrian refugees to northern Syria. Turkey's Foreign Ministry called the claims in the reports "false and imaginary."
The governor's office also said it had sent 42,888 illegal migrants to provinces that have repatriation centres, adding that their deportation process is continuing in those centres. (Reporting by Ali Kucukgocmen Editing by Dominic Evans)
Turkey to test Russian S-400 systems despite U.S. pressure: media .
Turkish F-16 warplanes will fly over the country's capital Ankara on Monday to test its new Russian S-400 missile defenses, Turkish media said, despite pressure from Washington for Turkey to drop the system. © Reuters/Tatyana Makeyeva FILE PHOTO: A Russian serviceman walks past air defence systems before a rehearsal for the Victory Day parade in central Moscow Ankara's purchase of the S-400s has been a major factor souring relations with the United States, which says the system is not compatible with NATO defenses and poses a threat to Lockheed Martin's F-35 stealth fighter jets.