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UN Security Council unanimously approves Syria ceasefire
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UN Security Council unanimously approves Syria ceasefire

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The U.N. Security Council unanimously approved a resolution Saturday demanding a 30-day cease-fire across Syria "without delay" to deliver humanitarian aid to millions and evacuate the critically ill and wounded. The vote was delayed for two days to try to get support from Russia, which said repeatedly that an immediate cease-fire was...

Liberation Front seeks to hold al-Julani accountable for crimes against Syrians
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Liberation Front seeks to hold al-Julani accountable for crimes against Syrians

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- A Syrian Islamist alliance said the commander-in-chief of Hayat Tahrir al-Sham along with three senior commanders are wanted for the the 'revolutionary justice'  on various charges including incitement and participation in the killing of the Syrians. Abu Mohammad al-Julani head of Tahrir al-Sham, formerly known as...

Rescued villagers from Afrin narrate ordeal: Anadolu
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Rescued villagers from Afrin narrate ordeal: Anadolu

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Four elderly villagers, including a Kurdish couple, who were recently rescued by Turkish soldiers in northwestern Syria, narrated their ordeal to Anadolu Agency on Saturday. The soldiers found the villagers with their hands tied in a barn at Maskah village in northwestern Afrin on Friday. They were surrounded by mines and improvised...

Pro-Assad militias complain lack of salaries and compensations
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Pro-Assad militias complain lack of salaries and compensations

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Well-informed sources in Homs province reported that most of the sectarian militias fighting alongside Assad's estimated to be 10,000 troops, have not been paid for six months, and that about half of them have joined the regime army in the last few weeks . The sources added that the National Defense militia especially...

Deir Ezzor: US-led airstrikes hit school sheltering displaced, kill 25
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Deir Ezzor: US-led airstrikes hit school sheltering displaced, kill 25

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(Zaman Al Wasl)- US-led coalition airstrikes on a school sheltering displaced people have killed at least 25 in an ISIS-held village at the Iraqi border, the group’s news agency said Saturday. Amaq said Friday's strikes hit a school in the al-Sha’fah village near Al Bukamal town. One of the wounded said in footage posted...

Assad forces renew aerial bombing on Eastern Ghouta, 3 killed
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Assad forces renew aerial bombing on Eastern Ghouta, 3 killed

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 3 people were killed early Saturday in Harasta suburb as regime forces stepped up its bloody offensive on the embattled eastern enclave of Damascus, local activists said.  The Civil Defense rescuing agency said  regime forces have pounded Eastern Ghouta with more than 100 rockets loaded with White...

The 15-year-old documenting Eastern Ghouta massacre with selfie videos
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The 15-year-old documenting Eastern Ghouta massacre with selfie videos

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Like most teenagers, 15-year-old Muhammad Najem spends a lot of time posting selfie videos on social media. Unlike most teenagers, Najem makes his videos in Syria as airstrikes rain bombs onto his street and kill his friends. "The children of Ghouta die every day by the bombing of the Assad regime and Russia," Najem says in one of the...

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BMW recalls 12,000 diesel cars over emissions

German high-end carmaker BMW on Friday recalled thousands of diesel cars for a software update, after reports it had admitted to authorities they released more harmful emissions on the road than in the lab. BMW "noticed during internal testing that correctly programmed software was wrongly used in a few models that were not...

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Opinion

West won't stop the horrors in Syria even if it could. We simply don't care

Saying there are "no words" to describe a horror is infuriating. But now not saying anything has become the new way to talk about the world's nastiest war. It is essentially the job of the United Nations to find the words -- to articulate the savagery being again unleashed on the people of Syria. Instead, they put out a statement...

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At least 23 killed in multiple attacks in Afghanistan

KABUL (AFP)- At least 23 people, mostly soldiers, were killed and more than a dozen wounded in a series of attacks and suicide bombings in Afghanistan on Saturday, officials said, the latest assaults on the war-torn country's beleaguered security forces. In the biggest attack, Taliban militants stormed an army base in the western...

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Tsunami

Zaman Al Wasl to publish names of 1,500,000 people wanted for Assad regime

Zaman Al Wasl will launch a huge search engine including data and names of 1,500,000 people wanted for the Syrian regime, including warrants of arrest, interrogation and travel ban. Syria’s first enormous search engine is also including names of 250,000 women. Zaman al-Wasl seeks to shed the light on the fate of the...

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Syrian Refugees

Syrian refugee: Turkish forces saved us

A Syrian refuge in Turkey said they were exposed to violence by both the Assad regime and PYD/PKK terrorists.   “I witnessed PYD/PKK force children to join their terrorist groups and give them military trainings,” Mevlud Mustafa said. “We wish the terror ends as soon as possible. Our only wish from Allah is to be freed from...

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