Doctors are worried the government is playing down how badly intensive care units are becoming overwhelmed.
The suspect, named in Turkish state media as Muhammad Darwis B., is reportedly a 39-year-old American of Jordanian descent who was captured in Syria.
Republican senators in the room reportedly pushed back on the video, which seems tailor-made to appeal to Trump's taste for a simple Hollywood narrative.
“Killing defenseless people in cold blood is utterly reprehensible and a blatant war crime,” said Kumi Naidoo, Amnesty International’s secretary general.
Russian troops are already ordering the Kurds to give up territory, or face a renewed onslaught from Turkey.
He did offer to cut the Kurds in on any profits the U.S. makes from potential oil exports from Syria — never mind that might be illegal.
The U.S.' pullout has cleared the way for a Turkish offensive on the Syrian Kurds who helped defeat ISIS.
The response doesn’t bode well for Vice President Pence, who has gone to Ankara to persuade Erdoğan to halt his assault on the Kurds.
The Turkish president has ruled out a ceasefire and refused to meet with Mike Pence. Meanwhile, Russia is filling the vacuum left by Trump's troop withdrawal.
A week after green-lighting Turkey's invasion of northern Syria, Trump is demanding an end to it, and threatening to wreck the Turkish economy with sanctions.
That's Europe's problem.
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