Turkish foreign minister says the US and Russia have not kept promises to ensure the YPG withdraws from border region.
The Department of the Treasury said sanctions promote accountability for abuses committed against the Syrian people.
War monitor, rescue groups blame gov’t for attacks; death toll one of the highest since last year’s ceasefire.
If the UNSC does not pass a resolution extending aid transfer to northwest Syria, millions will face famine and disease.
The shelling, in an area controlled by Turkey-backed fighters, killed at least 13 people and injured 27.
The aid to public sector workers, soldiers and pensioners comes as Syria’s currency crashes and the cost of fuel soars.
Ten years since the war began, Syrians still struggle to make ends meet as their host nations tackle new economic woes.
With social distancing ‘near impossible’ in overcrowded displaced people’s camps, coronavirus cases are on the rise.
Erdogan said Turkey had ‘legitimate reason’ to intervene in Syria if Kurdish fighters are not cleared from border area.
Turkey rejects ‘unfounded allegations’ by the UN against Syrian opposition groups affiliated with its armed forces.
Report says President Bashar al-Assad’s government has ‘continued to perpetrate crimes against humanity’.
Contrary to what many observers believe, Turkey’s foreign policy is not expansionist. It is defensive and pragmatic.
Turkish state media says explosion in village held by Ankara-backed forces near border also wounded 12 people.
Turkey controls most Syrian territory on its southern frontier, including Ras al-Ain, after several military operations.