Turkey on Wednesday launched its offensive against Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria.
"Live TV". Live on the situation in Syria, the American journalist Courtney Kube of the channel NBC News was interrupted by the arrival of her little boy on the set. "Excuse me, my children are here, she said on the air, trying to push her child out of the camera.
This is not the first time that children come to trouble direct TV. In March 2017, Professor Robert Kelly was interrupted by his children as he spoke of the impeachment of the South Korean president live on the BBC.
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Turkey on Wednesday launched, as it pledged, its offensive against Kurdish forces in northeastern Syria, allied with Westerners in the fight against the jihadists, ignoring international warnings. Neighboring regions of Turkey, including the Tal Abyad and Ras al-Ain areas, have been bombed by Turkish aviation and artillery. The Turkish Ministry of Defense then announced in the evening that Turkish troops and their Syrian counterparts had entered Syria, marking the onset of the ground phase of the operation.