Turkey conveyed it "cannot tolerate the PKK establishing some kind of a state structure along our border in Syria.”
It's perfectly simple: they're fighting ISIS, who we hate, with the YPG, which is linked to the PKK, who Turkey – who we're selling weapons to – hates.
The Turkish forces are part of a coalition that includes Syrian rebels and American aircraft aimed at pushing ISIS from the Syrian border town of Jarablus.
Turkey's president says a boy as young as 12 carried out a deadly bombing near the Syrian border in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep.
Three soldiers were killed and six others were wounded when a bomb hit a military vehicle in southeastern Turkey on Thursday, the latest incident of bloodshed.