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Kobane, Turkey and the Kurdish issue: "The situation is on a knife edge"

Kobane, Turkey and the Kurdish issue: "The situation is on a knife edge" | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
The Syrian town of Kobane, very close to the border with Turkey, has been the scene of a running battle with forces belonging to the so-called Islamic State. VoR spoke to Mark Campbell, a Kurdish acti
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News from Turkey over on Voice of Russia UK.

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Jamiehigginbotham II's curator insight, October 7, 2014 9:07 PM

Pro-Kurdish protesters have been complaining about Turkey and the West actions toward approaching Islamic States militants. Because of the recent riots Turkish soldiers have been using tear gas to shut down each demonstration. The U.S. government and the western allies have been conducting airstrikes around Kobane because they fear the wraith of the Turkish government towards actions that might effect the citizens in Turkey. The Turkish government refusal to let Turkish refugees leave the town and enter Syria continues to cause problems and will add towards their push for independence.

 

The Turkish government position seems to be at a stalemate only because of the coalition and the fear of Turkish citizens pushing to get their independence. But if Turkish citizens fear the approaching ISIS militants then they should have the right to get up and leave their own town with out being caged like an animal. If anything they should at least create a camp far away from the town for each citizen to stay in.

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Diplomats Are To Blame For A Lot Of Chaos In This World

Diplomats Are To Blame For A Lot Of Chaos In This World | News From Stirring Trouble Internationally | Scoop.it
Diplomats are to blame for a lot of mess in this world.Ted Obvious writes from London foreign ministries the United Nations in Syria the  President Bashar al-Assad.
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Middle East and North Africa a duty free shop Remember the Wikileaks the Middle East. Today's article over on Stirring Trouble Internationally is about Bashar al-Assad and other diplomats talking about Syria. Find out the latest news from the United Nations, Middle East, United States, Turkey and London.

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