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Syrian opposition 'fed up with terrorists', seeks help against Assad      Iran to sanction 15 US companies for Israel ties      U.S.-backed forces say taken control of Tabqa military airport from Islamic State      China blocks outspoken academic from returning to Australia      OPEC, non-OPEC to look at extending oil-output cut by six months      Opposition delivered draft on transitional period to U.N. Envoy: official      Rebels kill at least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions in Hama      Blasts kill 6 as troops battle militants in Bangladesh     
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    • Rebels kill at least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions in Hama
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    • Rebels kill at least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions in Hama

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      (Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions have been killed by rebels in central Hama province in the past two days, pro-regime news feeds said. The paramilitary group that formed by regime suffers lack of training and war...

    • Lebanese town to shut down Syrian refugees camps
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    • Lebanese town to shut down Syrian refugees camps

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      (Zaman Al Wasl)- The municipality of the Lebanese Kherbit Dawood town in Akkar province has issued an order to close all camps and collections of Syrians in the town's boundaries within 3 months. A order to closing all camps and collections of...

    • Syrian opposition 'fed up with terrorists', seeks help against Assad

      Syrian opposition 'fed up with terrorists', seeks help against Assad

       The Syrian opposition rejects terrorism and is "fed up" with banned militants but they cannot be stopped if Syria continues evicting populations of besieged areas, opposition negotiator Basma Kodmani said on Sunday. Syria's government has always cited the fight against terrorism to justify its part in a six-year war that has killed...
    • U.S.-backed forces say taken control of Tabqa military airport from Islamic State

      U.S.-backed forces say taken control of Tabqa military airport from Islamic State

      U.S.-backed Kurdish forces fighting Islamic State in Syria said on Sunday they had taken full control of a former regime army airport near the city of Tabqa along the Euphrates River. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), an alliance of Kurdish and Arab militias supported by a U.S.-led international coalition, said in a statement they had...
    • Opposition delivered draft on transitional period to U.N. Envoy: official

      Opposition delivered draft on transitional period to U.N. Envoy: official

      (Zaman Al Wasl)- Senior domestic opposition figure said Sunday the delegates in Geneva delivered a draft on the Transitional Governing Authority and its powers to the U.N. Syria envoy. Hassan Abdel Azim, the head of National Coordination Body for Democratic Change affirmed the readiness to discuss the axes or other baskets related to the...
    • Rebels kill at least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions in Hama

      Rebels kill at least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions in Hama

      (Zaman Al Wasl)- At least 14 militants from Ba'ath Battalions have been killed by rebels in central Hama province in the past two days, pro-regime news feeds said. The paramilitary group that formed by regime suffers lack of training and war experience since most of the members are university students, employees and members in the ruling...
    • Syrian warplane drops chlorine barrel bomb on Hama hospital, medic killed

      Syrian warplane drops chlorine barrel bomb on Hama hospital, medic killed

       (Zaman Al Wasl)- A doctor and wounded man were killed Saturday when regime warplanes dropped a chlorine-loaded barrel bomb on Latamaneh hospital in central Hama province, activists and local monitor said. "The hospital is out of service now," Hama Health Directorate said in statement due toxic gas attack where suffocation cases reported...
    • Syrian regime blocks medication supplies to Hasaka's National Hospital

      Syrian regime blocks medication supplies to Hasaka's National Hospital

      (Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian regime has prevented medication supplies to the National Hospital of Hasaka after controlling it by the Democratic Union Party which invested it to obtain money from patients for the service it provided to them. Sources close to Hasaka Governor, Jayez al-Moosa reported that the decision of closing the national...
    • Lebanese town to shut down Syrian refugees camps

      Lebanese town to shut down Syrian refugees camps

      (Zaman Al Wasl)- The municipality of the Lebanese Kherbit Dawood town in Akkar province has issued an order to close all camps and collections of Syrians in the town's boundaries within 3 months. A order to closing all camps and collections of Syrians in Kherbit Dawood town was faced with worries by Syrians and the United Nations Officials...
    Syrian opposition 'fed up with terrorists', seeks help against Assad

     The Syrian opposition rejects terrorism and is "fed up" with banned militants but they cannot be stopped if Syria continues evicting populations of besieged areas, opposition negotiator Basma Kodmani said on Sunday. Syria's government has always cited the fight against terrorism to justify its part in a six-year war that has killed...

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    Smartphone maker Samsung backs away from planned split

    The world's biggest smartphone maker Samsung, assailed by a shambolic recall and embroiled in South Korea's wide-ranging corruption scandal, Friday backed away from a planned corporate restructuring. Following the embarrassing recall of the Galaxy Note 7 smartphone and under pressure from activist shareholders to improve corporate...

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    ISIS Will Fail, but What About the Idea of ISIS?

    (The Atlantic)- The Islamic State is claiming responsibility for the London attack that left three people and the attacker dead on Wednesday. “It is believed that this attacker acted alone,” Prime Minister Theresa May said, adding that the British-born man, already known to authorities, was inspired by “Islamist terrorism.” For its...

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    World Cup qualifying: How did Syria win 'most important match in their history'?

    (BBC)- It was goalless after 90 minutes and Syria's dreams of qualifying for their first World Cup were fading fast. Then Omar Kharbin converted a bold, Panenka-style stoppage-time penalty to earn victory over Uzbekistan and make an appearance at Russia 2018 a realistic goal. Syria, in fourth, move within one point of their opponents in...

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    Lebanese town to shut down Syrian refugees camps

    (Zaman Al Wasl)- The municipality of the Lebanese Kherbit Dawood town in Akkar province has issued an order to close all camps and collections of Syrians in the town's boundaries within 3 months. A order to closing all camps and collections of Syrians in Kherbit Dawood town was faced with worries by Syrians and the United Nations Officials...

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    Iran to sanction 15 US companies for Israel ties

     Iran said Sunday it will impose sanctions on 15 US companies for supporting Israel's "terrorist actions" as part of reprisals for the increasing pressure being announced by Washington lawmakers. The decision, which is largely symbolic since the firms do not do business with Iran, come two days after the US announced new sanctions...

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    Syrian Revolution still encircled by death and brutality

    (Zaman Al Wasl)- The Syrian revolution has broken many records when considering the record that this the revolutions of the Arab Spring. Syria, unlike other Arab Spring countries, holds the record for the highest number of detainees killed by the regime intelligence and its mercenaries.... more

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