Sep 11, 2015

The world in brief, September 11th 2015 | Espresso

NATO and America both warned the Kremlin not to reinforce the regime in Syria, amid more reports of direct Russian involvement in the fighting. Britain said it was drawing up plans for more military strikes on Islamic State, and considering a scheme which could keep Bashar al-Assad in power for a transitional six months. , Turkish authorities blocked a delegation of the HDP pro-Kurdish opposition...

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