The move comes after an airstrike on Thursday night in Syria’s Idlib province killed at least 33 Turkish soldiers

The move comes after an airstrike on Thursday night in Syria’s Idlib province killed at least 33 Turkish soldiers recently deployed to support the Syrian opposition in the face of a blistering Russian-backed Syrian government offensive. Turkey often threatens to reopen the migrant route from the Middle East, which at its peak in 2015 saw thousands drown in the Mediterranean and a million people reach Greece and Italy, where many still live in miserable displacement camps. Authorities said the decision was taken “in view of the current situation and the spread of the coronavirus.” The government said in a statement: … Continue reading The move comes after an airstrike on Thursday night in Syria’s Idlib province killed at least 33 Turkish soldiers