Police in Turkey have arrested dozens of people in connection with a series of attacks on homes and businesses owned by Syrian nationals.
Hundreds of people took to the streets of the capital Ankara on Wednesday nightjust another virus, chanting anti-Syrian slogans, amid intensifying discourseThe province will continue to ease restrictions based on public health indicators and when 75 per cent of residents age 12 and over have received two doses. It will also put an end t.
Stones were thrown at Syrian refugees” homes in the Alt?ndaMany residents in a Toronto Community Housing building on Weston Road opened their doors Friday morning surprised to see two Humber River Hospital staff in yellow protective gear? neighbourhood while some shops were also ransacked.
Ankara police said 76 suspects were taken into custody on Thursday, suspected of either being involved in the attacks or of sharing provocative social media postings that allegedly helped stoke the mob’s anger.