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    A new path for Syria's Kurds*Wednesday 25 January 2023

    A new path for Syria's Kurds*

    No regional power has tried to oust the Syrian regime as openly as Turkey. Since the start of war in Syria in 2011, Turkey trained and armed opposition groups, hosted millions of Syrian refugees, and in 2020 even directly clashed with regime forces. Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan has called Syrian President Bashar al Assad a “murderer” and called on the international community to hold him accountable.

    Syrian foreign minister rejects normal ties with Turkey without end to occupationMonday 16 January 2023

    Syrian foreign minister rejects normal ties with Turkey without end to occupation

    Syrian foreign minister Faisal Mekdad said on Saturday that Turkey would have to end its military presence in his country to achieve a full rapprochement, Reuters reported.