By Uzay Bulut
In an incident that took place less than two weeks after the Greek Defense Ministry announced that Turkey had violated Greek airspace 138 times in a single day, a Turkish coast guard patrol boat on February 13 rammed a Greek coast guard vessel off the shore of Imia, one of many Greek islands over...
By Nina Shea
The West is showing evidence of a newly stiffened spine in the face of Saudi Arabian influence on Islamic culture -- and none too soon.
By Courtney Grogan
Washington -- "Without an end to this persecution and violence, there is no future for religious pluralism in Iraq or anywhere else in the Middle East for that matter," said Iraqi Archbishop Bashar Warda of Erbil in a speech at Georgetown University on Feb. 15.
By Laura Pitel and Erika Solomon
Ankara will confront forces loyal to President Bashar al-Assad if they move to safeguard a Kurdish militia in northwest Syria, a senior Turkish minister warned on Monday.
(AFP) -- At least four people were killed on Sunday in a car bomb blast in Syria's northeastern Qamishli, a war monitor said, after months of calm in the Kurdish-majority city.
(Xinhua) -- The Syrian army and the Kurdish-led forces have reached an agreement on the army's entry into the Afrin enclave where Turkey is launching a military offensive, a report said Sunday.