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But the threat from the Islamic State has forced changes in political calculations across the region, and analysts have suggested
Kurdish fighters stand in the center of the Syrian border town of Kobane, known as Ain al-Arab, on January 28, 2015. (Photo
The reports, if confirmed, would illustrate that Turkey's ongoing reluctance to escalate pressure against the Islamic State
"Syria's like a mosaic. That's why every part could have a local government that meets their needs, but they could link with
Nevertheless, some question why Iraqi Kurds have deployed peshmerga abroad when they are still stretched at home, and have
"The leftists want to generalize and stereotype me in one image, which is not right," Firat said angrily. "They are mistaken
Ankara fears Syria's Kurds will exploit the chaos by following their brethren in Iraq and seeking to carve out an independent
Officials are also wary of arming Kobani's Kurdish defenders, who have strong links with the militant Kurdistan Workers' Party
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The "Drinking & Talking" continues with HuffPost's own Sam Stein and co. break down ISIS.
"Kobani is a tragedy because it represents the evil of ISIS, but it is not the definition either of the strategy or the full
The street protests across Turkey were already making the prospect of reconciliation with nationalists seem more remote, as
BEIRUT, Oct 7 (Reuters) - At least 400 people have been killed during three weeks of fighting between Islamic State and Kurdish
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said Turkey would do what it could to prevent Kobani from falling to the militants but stopped