She stressed that "anything less is unacceptable". Mensur Akgün, a Turkish worldwide relations professor, told Al Jazeera that Russian Federation wants Assad to be included in the post-war transition period.
Despite the agreement, chemical attacks have continued.
The Kremlin on Wednesday accused Washington of trying to complicate global efforts to probe the use of chemical weapons in Syria and rejected accusations it was responsible for recent attacks.
Kurdish leaders also invited civilians to take up arms, saying the YPG was "ready to receive all those who wish to defend Afrin and provide them with weapons".
The operation was initially presented as a exclusively Turkish offensive, with the Syrian government condemning the aggression and threatening to shoot down Turkish warplanes.
An enclave in northern Syria controlled by a predominately Sunni Arab security force would appease Turkey since it has championed the country's majority Sunni Arab population in its rebellion against the Shia-backed Assad regime.
Although Pierini and other analysts say Erdogan is known for bluster, the former European Union diplomat adds that "if his words translate into military action, you have a real potential for clashes between the Turkish army and USA forces".
At the United Nations, Moscow is circulating a draft resolution that would establish a new investigative body to probe chemical attacks in Syria.
"Only yesterday more than 20 civilians, majority children, were victims of an apparent chlorine gas attack", Tillerson said.
Tillerson said Russian Federation is ultimately to blame for any use of chemical weapons in Syria and must stop vetoing U.N. Security Council resolutions on holding offenders accountable.
Roettgen claimed Turkey can not say that it is acting in self-defense because "there have not been any attacks on Turkey by Kurdish forces in Syria".
Myanmar urges Bangladesh to extradite 1300 'rebel' Rohingyas It said they agreed that the process " would be completed preferably within two years from the commencement of repatriation". At least 9,000 Rohingya were killed in Rakhine state from August 25 to September 24, according to Doctors Without Borders.
The U.N. said Tuesday the estimate is based on local sources because there is no displacement registration mechanism and access to Afrin is limited for humanitarian organizations.
The US backs the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) militarily, led by the YPG, and whose target is primarily IS and other Islamist fundamentalist groups involved in the civil war.
Ankara argues the US has no business arming and training a group that its ally Turkey considers a terror organization and an enemy.
The UN says it is deeply concerned by the fighting, and has warned that an estimated 323,000 civilians in Afrin are at risk.
Turkey will return the Syrian refugees, the number of which exceeds three million in Turkey, back to their homeland, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said, the country's media reported January 24.
White House press secretary Sarah Sanders said Tuesday that Trump and Erdogan will speak by phone Wednesday: "We want them to de-escalate".
It was not immediately clear which issues would be addressed but Turkish-American relations have been strained.
On Tuesday, Turkey said it has killed at least 260 Syrian Kurdish fighters in four days in the Afrin region.
Unlike Afrin, where no United States forces are stationed, there are some 2,000 U.S. military personnel deployed in the eastern region of Manbij, which extends for 400km along Turkey's border.
The French government is freezing assets of companies that help furnish material to a Syrian lab accused of producing chemical weapons.
But Trump's overall health "is excellent" and he did "exceedingly well" on cognitive screening, Jackson said. Information for this article was contributed by Laura Litvan, Anna Edgerton, Jack Fitzpatrick Steven T.
The Defense Department's language is nearly word for word what the US policy toward Iraq was during former President George W. Turkish long-range artillery has also been firing on Kurdish positions in Afrin.
AT&T is working with Huawei in at least two different areas, the first of which is on standards for AT&T's planned 5G network. Texas representative Mike Conaway (R-TX 11th District) proposed a bill last week called the Defending U.S.
The GOP bill dramatically slashes the corporate tax rate to 21 percent from 35 percent and it will be permanent. Cutting corporate taxes will not bring those jobs back and will not lead to higher wages for American workers.
Orange County firefighters, along with a Los Angeles County search and rescue team, removed the vehicle from the building. The woman, who declined to provide her name, stated it was fortunate the motel was unharmed.
Lebanon has banned the new Steven Spielberg film The Post because of his links to Israel, Hollywood sources say. Free speech advocates in Lebanon noted the irony of banning a movie whose plot promotes press freedoms.
Rocket Lab now has five Electron vehicles in production, with the next launch expected to take place in early 2018. The company has become the second in the world to have put something in orbit, and New Zealand the 11th nation.
In 2013, when the government shut down for 16 days, several thousand federal employees in the Washington area were furloughed . After previous government shutdowns, Congress passed measures to ensure that all unpaid workers received retroactive pay.
We'll be in the mid to upper 40s on Wednesday and on Thursday , we'll climb to the mid 50s once again with mostly sunny skies. Glaze from the ice storm affected 70 percent of the state, and was accompanied by high wind, causing power outages.
Protesters claim the film falsely depicts a romance between 14th-century Hindu queen Padmavati and Muslim ruler Alauddin Khilji. The apex court also restrained other states from issuing any such notification or order banning the screening of the movie.
Nearly half the 2 million civilian federal workers will be barred from doing their jobs if the shutdown extends into Monday. Governor Cuomo reached a deal with the Interior Department to have the state pay $65,000 a day to keep them open.
Nassar is allowed to address the court at the time of his sentencing, which will likely come on Wednesday or Thursday this week. At least 85 victims of Nassar came forward last week to speak at his sentencing hearing in MI with more expected this week.
Despite introducing the option, Cook has advised iPhone owners not to turn off the throttling feature when the update is released. Last week two beta updates were rolled out, and this fast pace may indicate that iOS 11.2.5 is nearly ready for prime time.
As Spain's legal system wrestled over arresting Puigdemont, the ousted leader's name was put forward as a candidate for president. Puigdemont is being investigated by Spain over a unilateral declaration of independence by Catalonia's parliament on October 27.
A tool that indicates how well a page performs on the Chrome UX Report and suggests performance optimizations. By April of previous year , Google News started giving priority to news articles published on AMP sites.
Facebook has also begun removing some Tide Pod Challenge content, including posts on Instagram (owned by Facebook). Doctors and Procter & Gamble, Tide's parent company, have pleaded with parents to make sure teens do not do this.
For those who were completely enamored by the robot suit and game, as you may have guessed, you'll want to go for the Robot Kit . Building toys as a kid is as old as Lincoln Logs, and Nintendo should be commended for meshing new and old in a meaningful way.
We're yet to test the Echo Spot's audio prowess, but we'd imagine it would be similar in quality to the Echo Dot. Unlike the Echo Dot which is only really passable for things like chatting, the Echo Spot had a nice sound to it.
Early examples of birds like the Archaeopteryx are believed to have evolved from much smaller feathered dinosaurs . A global team of scientists discovered new bird-like dinosaur in the North-East of China, in the Hebei Province.