UK bans new arms sales to Turkey amid war crimes claims The UN has warned that Turkey could be “deemed responsible” for alleged summary executions that may amount to war crimes, while Britain has banned all new arms sales to Ankara, but has stopped short of putting a halt to shipments of arms already ordered.
‘Hundreds’ with suspected links to ISIS escape Syria camp Almost 800 women and children with suspected links to Islamic State have escaped from the Ain Issa camp, according to Kurdish officials.
Appeals for international intervention as Turkey claims to have captured a key Syrian border town Turkey’s president has vowed to continue his offensive in Syria, and claims to have taken the border town of Ras al-Ain.
Inside Northern Syria President Erdogan claimed today that 109 Kurdish fighters had been killed in the last two days of fighting, but the number was disputed by his opponents on the ground. In northern Syria seven civilians were reported killed, including two children. Meanwhile Syrian Kurdish forces fired mortars across the border, reportedly killing six people in several…

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