Saturday, December 5, 2020
Eleven YPG/PKK terrorists were neutralized by Turkish security forces in the Operation Olive Branch zone, south of Turkey’s border, the Defense Ministry said Friday.
The terrorists, found by UAVs, were neutralized by commando teams in clashes continuing since Thursday, when six terrorists were previously neutralized, bringing the total to 17, said a ministry statement.
Tuesday, November 17, 2020
At least six YPG/PKK terrorists were neutralized by Turkish security forces in northern Syria, Turkey’s National Defense Ministry said on Monday.
“Our heroic commandos carried out yet another successful operation in the [Operation] Peace Spring region. Six PKK/YPG terrorists who attempted to attack to disrupt peace and security, were neutralized,” the ministry said on Twitter.
Tuesday, November 3, 2020
Islamic State claimed responsibility on Tuesday for a deadly attack in Vienna, in a statement issued through its Amaq News Agency along with a picture and video purporting to show the gunman.
The picture, released on Telegram, showed a bearded man identified as “Abu Dagnah Al-Albany”. The accompanying statement said he had attacked crowds in central Vienna on Monday with a pistol and machine gun before being shot dead by police.
Gunmen opened fire on people enjoying a last evening out in Vienna before a coronavirus lockdown Monday in a terror attack that left at least two dead — including one of the attackers — and 15 wounded, authorities said.
“I am glad that our police were able to neutralize one of the attackers,” Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz said. “We will not never allow ourselves to be intimidated by terrorism and will fight these attacks with all means.”
Sunday, November 1, 2020
Russia agreed Saturday to aid Armenia if Azerbaijan conflict expands beyond Nagorno-Karabakh to Armenian territory.
In a statement, Russian Foreign Ministry said it will offer “all the necessary assistance” if the Azeri clashes spill into it territory under the Treaty of Friendship, Cooperation and Mutual Assistance between the countries, which dates back to August 29, 1997.