Middle East

Turkey condemns decision to allow pro-Kurdish party rally in Germany

Shoppers walk about a market street in the northeastern Syrian town of Qamishli on May 2, 2018. Many Kurds in Syria may dream of self-rule, but for business owners in the semi-autonomous region in the country's north, it now comes with a painful pinch: double taxes paid both to Kurdish authorities and the central government in Damascus. (AFP / Delil souleiman)

 

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