In a press briefing on November 7, the US' Special Representative for Syria, James Jeffrey, announced that the White House had made a significant gesture to appease Turkey, despite frayed relations between the two NATO allies, by offering up a reward for the arrest of three prominent leaders of the banned Kurdistan Worker's Party (PKK).

Tensions between Washington and Ankara have reached a boiling point in recent months, particularly in the wake of the Turkish government's decision to purchas...

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