I wonder why one does not see such headlines in the corporate news media? Apparently the west's liberal-international-law-loving-human-rights-protecting-democracy-promoting-elites see the world through a very selective filter. It seems that rights are only applicable to some.
On August 24, Turkey launched a military invasion of Syria with the assistance of the United States Air Force. This is a clear violation of international law. It is a war crime. Syria has protested to the United Nations Security Council - an organisation that is incapable of holding the US and its allies to account.
The corporate news have had nothing to say, other than to promote the propaganda that Turkey is attacking Islamic State - a narrative that is an obvious lie. Turkey, which has supported IS for years, informed the Islamic State terrorists of the intention to invade so that they could evacuate the area, which they did, by relocating to Turkey. Turkey's invasion effectively rescued the Islamic State terrorists in Jarablus.
Turkey's invasion force has been exclusively focused on attacking Kurds, who are supposedly US allies. Turkey's president even stated perfectly plainly that this was precisely the purpose of the invasion. He went so far as to say Turkey would not cease its "operations" until the Kurds are defeated - an object that would require nothing short of genocide.
Yet the law-abiding-peace-loving-human-rights-protecting-terrorist-hating-western-elites can only parrot Turkey's propaganda narrative.