Syria war: IS 'loses control along Turkey border'
Turkey says allied forces have driven so-called Islamic State (IS) from the last stretch of the border with Syria which the militants controlled. The loss to IS would cut off key supply lines to the group in Syria and Iraq.
It comes after Turkey and pro-Turkish rebels launched an offensive last month to clear the border of militants.
Separately, Syrian state forces recaptured parts of Aleppo recently lost to rebels, reimposing the siege of the rebel-held east of the city.