Turkey is angry because the U.s. military supply Captured by PKK
Supply the u.s. military with previous parachute this week appears to be one of the target and thus captured the Kurdish rebels (PKK) which is an enemy of Turkey.
|The President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan
The President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed the United States for militarysupplies in Kobani fielded (photo: dok).
The President of Turkey Recep Tayyip Erdogan blamed the Americans for the militaryto supply fighters fielded Kurdish militants are fighting to dominate city ISIS Kobani inSyria, which borders Turkey.
Erdogan denounced the shipment of guns, ammunition and medical supplies America,because one of the major packages that are handed down by parachute earlier this week appears to be one of the target and thus captured the Kurdish rebels (PKK).
United States has bombarded the Warriors of ISIS in and around Kobani for weeks in support of Kurdish fighters and said it was confident that 27 of the 28 package thatmanaged to reach them.
Turkey's leader said that he was "hard to understand why Kobani very strategic" for the United States. He said there are no civilians there, only about 2,000 fighters.
Erdogan also said that Turkey and Syria are to help combat militant ISIS is equal togiving support to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) which is banned, who has wageda war for decades for independence from Turkey.
According to Erdogan, Turkey Kurdish Peshmerga fighters will allow Iraq to crossthrough Turkey to Syria to fight the rebels.
The Kurdish regional government in Iraq Wednesday said it intends to send fighters to the Kobani, but Erdogan said Turkey their way through the details still need to beresolved.
Black smoke was seen above the region again soared Kobani Wednesday (22/10) as a result of the latest clashes.
FEDS: 3 Girls Denver Plans to Syria, may want to Join ISIS
The agents of Federal Bureau of investigation, FBI, intercepted a third teenagerdaughters were at the airport in Frankfurt, Germany, last weekend. They were then sent back to Colorado, reunited with their families.
Police officers on patrol in Central Germany security gates in the main terminal of Frankfurt Airport (photo: dok). The FBI intercepted three girls Denver at this airport,last weekend.
Authorities are investigating whether the three teenage girls from the suburbs ofDenver, who may have been trying to join the militants in Syria, ISIS has friends whomean the same.
A u.s. official says, so far, the evidence accumulated demonstrates, two brothers aged17 and 15 of that year, as well as their friends aged 16 years, intends to go to Syria, although officials earlier said a team of investigators are sure of who the contact they have in that country. The two brothers were sons of Somalia, while their friendsbloodied the Sudan.
The agents of Federal Bureau of investigation, FBI, intercepted a third teenagerdaughters were at the airport in Frankfurt, Germany, last weekend. They were then sent back to Colorado, reunited with their families, said FBI spokeswoman, SuziePayne.
Reportedly, the three dozen girls that year to Turkey for a later plan to proceed toSyria. Their computers are now being examined. Their father reported them missingafter finding them skip school Friday, bring your passport and cash of $ 2,000.However, their families do not know where they go. (VOA)