Russia vs Turkey - "Fight" About Northern Part Of Syria

It's a clear how Turkey-based journalists have an impossible task covering(objective) this conflict. All media organisation should be thinking about how to alleviate pressure on their staff there.

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When authorities threaten our basic rights to speak our mind and protest unfairness, the people defending those rights need to be free, not locked up in prison. It's a motto of Amn. Int. but TR Erdogan didn't care about it.

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He goes on ... I don't think that he thinks a lot about freedom of journalism and journalist rights. Last statment: "Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan announces that Turkish troops clear Bursaya Mountain from YPG terrorists; the mountain is a strategic area located in northern Syria..."

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Let's hope he doesn't believe it's okay to have civilian casualties as collateral damage.

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The world is slowly becoming inured to great tragedy. I don't know what will be red line to wake up us all up

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U.N. calls on Russia, Iran and Turkey to break Syria aid deadlock?! What about the Afrin??

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The whole world knows for this situation, but they do not speak anything.

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One word: hypocrisy!

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The Kurds are one of the world's largest peoples without a state, making up sizable minorities in Iran, Iraq, Syria, and Turkey.

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Kurds are relatively passive in Syria as compared to Turkey or Iraq.There are becoming more and more volatile particularly in Turkey. Fallout there could be more disastrous than elsewhere.The renewed authoritarianism under President Erdognan poses real challenge.

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yeah, the problem is if kurds make country it would hurt the national interests of every country that neighbors them! So they need to be really flexible and open for negotiations if they want to even dream.

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It's seems to me, Turkey doesn't want peace in Syria. Erdogan wants an excuse to invade Syria, and probably ethnically cleanse Kurdish areas and the war with the PKK gives him the ultimate excuse to do this. And, of course he has support from Russia and Putin.

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Probably, most description sentence about Erdogan ( the same goes for Putin)  First, he “cleansed” dissent by jailing political rivals, media, and academics. Then, he spread fear of inner enemies. Now, he started with attack outside from  the border. So, similar and sadly.

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