Turkey is blaming the Syrian regime for Saturday's bombings in the border town of Reyhanli that killed more than 40 people. Syria rejects the charges.
Airstrikes by the US-led coalition have reportedly killed at least 40 people in the last IS-controlled territory in eastern Syria. Most of the victims were reportedly women and children.
Syria's offensive to retake the last rebel stronghold of Idlib has been averted, for now. Nevertheless, many refugees still fear for their safety. DW's Julia Hahn reports from the Turkish border town of Reyhanli.
Held captive for 40 months in Syria, journalist Jumpei Yasuda has been castigated by Japanese media after returning home. He says he will not apologize for doing his job. Julian Ryall reports from Tokyo.
A German woman has been found guilty of being a member of a terrorist organization by the Turkish government. She is the third German citizen in as many months to be sentenced to prison in Turkey.
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