Nusaybin


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Nusaybin

(no͞osībĭn`) or

Nisibin

(nē`sĭbēn), town (1990 pop. 50,605), SE Turkey, near the Syrian border. It is a commercial and transportation center. It has ruins of the ancient Nisibis, the residence of early (2d cent. B.C.–1st cent. A.D.) Armenian kings. In early Christian times it was a center of Nestorianism. In 1839 the Egyptians defeated the Turks at Nusaybin.
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Uo Uo Uo Anadolu agency quoted security sources as saying that security forces had received reports of presence of two gunmen in a rural area of Nusaybin district of Mardin, southeast of the country, and were immediately taken to a security operation backed by an air cover.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Turkish military has transported a significant number of militants from the demilitarized zone in the Syrian province of Idlib to a tent camp in the Turkish city of Nusaybin on the border of the two countries.
She was sentenced last March to over two years in jail for her painting of the Kurdish town of Nusaybin, which was partly destroyed during fights between the Turkish army and Kurdish anti-government fighters.
Moreover, one PKK terrorist surrendered in Mardin's Nusaybin district.
One explosion was so powerful it shattered the windows of shops in the Turkish town of Nusaybin, directly across the border.
Turkish security forces on Friday concluded operations targeting PKK fighters in the town of Nusaybin near the Syrian border and in Sirnak near the border with Iraq.
MARDyN (CyHAN)- A funeral ceremony was held in the southeastern province of Mardin's Nusaybin district for two security officers who were killed in operations against the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
Three officers were killed and a fourth was seriously injured in an attack on a police vehicle travelling in the town of Nusaybin, near the Syrian border, a senior security official told Agence France Presse.
Hasaka, SANA -- The full amount of food aid provided by the World Food Program (WFP) was delivered in the northeastern Hasaka province after the entry process started in August 6 through Nusaybin border crossing.
Without consulting local communities, Turkish workers began constructing a two-metre-high wall close to the 80,000-strong town of Nusaybin in southeastern Turkey.
Construction workers with excavators began digging foundations in Nusaybin, a border district 10 km north of the Syrian town of Qamishli, where Kurds, rebel units and Arab tribes have regularly clashed.