Russia and the US say they've agreed on a provisional ceasefire in Syria that would take effect on Saturday. Not all weapons would fall silent. Jihadist groups like Islamic State and the al Nusra Front will continue to be targeted.
With the exception of Idlib, Syria's government has recovered control of most major cities from rebels and terror organizations. Are the "Islamic State" and al-Qaida being beaten out of Syria?
The EU's Federica Mogherini has demanded the UN's Syria ceasefire resolution be observed without delay. Meanwhile, the French president reminded Erdogan that the truce applies to Syria's Afrin region, too.
Turkey has been requesting the extradition of Salih Muslim from several European countries. But who is the Syrian Kurdish leader?
The Turkish military has entered Syria's Idlib province to implement a "de-escalation" deal with Russia and Iran. The Kurds say they are the real target.
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