Turkey getting a little antsy over Syrian Problems

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Post by Harbin » Tue Aug 07, 2012 9:51 pm

Turkey is also afraid of being shown up as the third rate power that is really is. NATO member, modern equipment and all, the east of Turkey is a frontier. Kind of karmic, as the the Turks took Anatolia from the Byzantines from the east.

Turkey getting a little antsy over Syrian Problems

Post by Evildweeb » Tue Aug 07, 2012 8:21 pm

Kurdish Gains in Syria Rattle Turkey



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on Aug 6, 2012 by VOAvideo

Kurds in the north of Syria say they have taken control of most of the region's major towns and cities from government forces. And as Henry Ridgwell reports, Turkey fears the twin threats of the Syrian civil conflict spilling over the frontier along with a potential escalation of its internal war against Kurdish separatists.



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