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  • FB ‘leaked’ moderators’ identities to potential terrorists

    The security lapse that was identified in November 2016 has affected more than 1,000 workers across 22 departments at Facebook who used the company’s moderation software to review and remove inappropriate content,

  • Suicide car bombing in central Turkey kills 13 soldiers

    Istanbul: Thirteen Turkish soldiers were killed and dozens more wounded today in a suicide car bombing targeting off-duty conscripts blamed on Kurdish militants, the latest in a string of attacks to rock Turkey in recent months.

  • Car bomb attack kill 17 and injures 27 in Turkey

    Ankara: At least 17 persons — among them nine soldiers and eight civilians — were killed and 27 others injured when militants staged a car bomb attack in Turkey’s Hakkari province, an official said on Sunday.

  • Turkey strikes IS and Kurdish positions in Syria

    Damascus: Turkey on Tuesday bombarded Islamic State (IS) militant group’s targets in northern Syria amid reports that Syrian rebels are to launch an offensive against the group.

  • Reports: Syrian man behind deadly Ankara car bomb attack

    Ankara: Turkish media reports said a Syrian national was behind the attack in Ankara that killed at least 28 people and wounded dozens of others. Yeni Safak, a newspaper close to the government, said today that the man who detonated the car bomb yesterday that targeted buses carrying military personnel was identified from his fingerprints. It said he had been registered as a refugee in Turkey.

  • ISIS

    PKK leader accuses Turkey of protecting ISIS by attacking Kurds

    London : The leader of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) has said that Turkey is trying to protect the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) by attacking Kurdish fighters. According to the BBC, Cemil Bayik said that Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wants ISIS to succeed to prevent Kurdish fighters from making significant gains. Kurdish fighters including the PKK, have secured significant victories against ISIS fighters in Syria and Iraq.However, Turkey and other

  • Turkey jets bombed 7 Kurdish militant targets in north Iraq

    Istanbul: Turkish war planes overnight hit seven targets of the outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in northern Iraq and also pressed on with strikes against Islamic State (IS) jihadists in Syria, the Turkish prime minister’s office said today.

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