Turkey launches offensive against Kurdish rebels in Iraq
Ankara says it has deployed special forces against Kurdish rebels in Iraq after alleged attacks on military outposts. It is Turkey's first known air-and-land offensive in Iraq.
Kurdish female volunteers guard wheat fields against jihadists threat
Kurdish female volunteers, from the newly formed Community Protection Forces, guard wheat fields following threats by jihadists to burn the crops, during harvest season near the city of Rmeilan in Syria's northeastern Hasakah province.
Syria: Kurdish forces pull out of besieged town
Kurdish fighters and civilians have begun evacuating from the besieged Syrian town of Ras al-Ayn as part of a US-brokered deal with Turkey. But their exit still leaves the longer-term fate of the deal in question.
Kurds in Turkey increasingly subject to violent hate crimes
An elderly Kurdish man was attacked in hospital; a man and his son were gunned down on the street — and no charges were filed. Human rights experts see a worsening situation due to Turkey's offensive in northern Syria.
Airstrikes, shelling as Turkey and Kurds clash in Syria
Kurdish forces responded to the Turkish offensive in Syria, shelling a Turkish border town. Earlier Turkey launched airstrikes and unleashed artillery shelling on Syrian towns, according to Turkey's defense ministry.
Turkish troops begin offensive in Syria
Turkey launched its military offensive into northeastern Syria, aiming to push Kurdish militants from the border just days after President Donald Trump said the U.S. wouldn't stand in the way. Bloomberg's Onur Ant reports on "Bloomberg Markets."
Turkey removes pro-Kurdish mayors from office
Three members of the pro-Kurdish People's Democratic Party (HDP) have been relieved of their positions in three eastern provinces. It's the latest crackdown by Erdogan's government on the opposition.
Video: Inside the Kurdish courts trying IS group militants
The long and gruesome war that the Kurds have waged against the Islamic State (IS) group has not only left thousands dead but also produced many prisoners. For the first time, a TV crew has been allowed inside the Kurdish courts, where judges following Kurdish laws try the jihadists behind some of the atrocities perpetrated against Syrian civilians and the Yazidi community.