Turkey opened its border to Greece in a cynical play for cash. That move tipped an increasingly anti-migration continent over the edge.
With the tourist economy devastated, the locals feel angry and abandoned by both the Greek government and the EU as a whole.
The Turkish incursion into Syria is almost certain to be a tragedy for the region’s vulnerable minorities, but the chain of events it is liable to set into motion are far easier to dread than accurately foresee.
“It seems to me at times that whenever a top official from Turkey makes a statement, it is a statement that involves talk of war.”
Police fired tear gas on protestors in Paris. Yellow Vests hope that will help their cause.
VICE News embeds on the front lines of the final fight against ISIS in Syria
“Social policy and family policy are important in terms of legitimizing the illiberal road Orban is building for us in Hungary.”
Syria's Kurds have turned to regime forces for protection from Turkey.
“We are fighting for freedom. We have no freedom.”
“Raqqa paid the price for the entire world.”
With the Islamic State group almost defeated in eastern Syria, the U.S.-backed Deir Ezzor Military Council finds itself squaring up against the Assad regime.