Despite joining the war against the Islamic State, Turkey doesn’t want its allies aiding the group’s Kurdish rivals.
Turkey carries out its first strikes against the Islamic State in Syria and goes after Kurdish militants at the same time.
Saudi Arabia’s nominal goal of restoring the Yemeni president is belied by its support for Sunni Islamists.
A negotiated pause in fighting is respected by neither side as the war in Yemen continues with no end in sight.
Turkey denies plans to send troops into northern Syria but does beef up its military presence on the border.
Jordan would be prepared to send troops into southern Syria to prevent radical Islamists from menacing its frontier.
Libya’s rival factions turn down a United Nations peace plan even as they share a common enemy: Islamic State.
Turkey plans to send troops thirty kilometers deep into Syria to stop Kurds from forming their own state there.
The militant Islamist group does not pose much of a threat to the West and should be defeated by other Muslims.
Syria’s Druze are torn between supporting Bashar Assad’s regime and seeking help from neighboring Israel.
Turkey’s far-right Nationalist Movement Party now holds the balance of power in parliament.
In a setback for President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, Turkey’s ruling Islamist party loses its majority in parliament.