Two unidentified women are dead after they opened fire on a police bus. The suspects also reportedly threw at least one handgranade at police before fleeing the scene and barricading themselves in a nearby building.
Evangelical Christian pastor Andrew Brunson ran a church in the Turkish city of Izmir. He faces two separate terms of 15 and 20 years in prison if convicted.
The Syrian Kurdish politician, who faces terrorism charges in Turkey, was spotted at a pro-Kurdish demonstration in Berlin. Days earlier, he had been briefly detained in the Czech Republic on Turkey's request.
The Syrian opposition and forces loyal to President Bashar Assad are not the only groups fighting in the conflict. Other countries have also intervened to pursue their own interests.
Turkish forces have ousted the Kurdish YPG militia from the Syrian enclave of Afrin, a week after they captured the main town that bears the same name. The military is now sweeping for mines to allow residents to return.
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