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Two thirds of Rukban displaced refuse to return to regime-held areas: survey
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Two thirds of Rukban displaced refuse to return to regime-held areas: survey

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 (Eqtsad)- More than two thirds of the Rukban camp's displaced have refused to go back to regime-held areas due to a survey made this week by a UN delegation and the Syrian Red Crescent, activists said. The UN delegation has counted 2749 families during the five-day mission in the deserted camp along the Syria-Jordan border...

US-Turkey Syria operations centre at full capacity: minister
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US-Turkey Syria operations centre at full capacity: minister

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A US-Turkey operations centre aimed at creating a safe zone in northern Syria is operating at "full capacity", Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar said Saturday. Under an agreement reached between Ankara and Washington earlier this month after difficult negotiations, the joint operations centre will help coordinate the establishment of a...

2,000 Syrians forcibly disappeared by militant Tahrir al Sham group: monitor
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2,000 Syrians forcibly disappeared by militant Tahrir al Sham group: monitor

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(SNHR)- The Syrian Network for Human Rights (SNHR) reveals in a report released Friday that nearly 2,000 Syrians are still forcibly disappeared by the Hay’at Tahrir al Sham extremist organization, further noting that the organization is responsible for the killing of activist Samer al Salloum from Kafrnabel city.   The five-page...

Regime forces mass in northwest Syria: monitor
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Regime forces mass in northwest Syria: monitor

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 Regime forces massed Saturday in northwest Syria in a bid to push further north after overrunning a key town and surrounding a Turkish army outpost, a monitor said. Backed by Russia, Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's forces have chipped away at the south of the jihadist-run bastion of Idlib in past weeks after months of deadly...

Regime army takes towns in northwest that rebels held for years
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Regime army takes towns in northwest that rebels held for years

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Syrian regime troops Friday reclaimed a cluster of towns they had lost early in the eight-year-old war, pressing their offensive in the northwest, the country's last big rebel stronghold. The army drove out the last rebel fighters from the Hama countryside – the latest in a string of crushing blows across Syria – and advanced on a...

Kurdish units fear Turkish buffer zone plan, restrict move of residents
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Kurdish units fear Turkish buffer zone plan, restrict move of residents

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Over the past few days, barricades of the Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) have prevented people in the border areas from fleeing and moving to areas far from the border following the Turkish plan to begin a military operation to set up a buffer zone. After rumors circulated that the PYD had withdrawn its gunmen...

 Hundreds of Palestinian volunteers forcibly disappeared in Syria
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Hundreds of Palestinian volunteers forcibly disappeared in Syria

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Action Group For Palestinians Of Syria (AGPS) documented the death of 3,989 Palestinian refugees in war-torn Syria, among them hundreds of activities, relief officers, and volunteer medics. Daily scenes of bloodshed and destruction led to deteriorating humanitarian conditions in Syria. AGPS kept record of serious violations...

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Two thirds of Rukban displaced refuse to return to regime-held areas: survey

 (Eqtsad)- More than two thirds of the Rukban camp's displaced have refused to go back to regime-held areas due to a survey made this week by a UN delegation and the Syrian Red Crescent, activists said. The UN delegation has counted 2749 families during the five-day mission in the deserted camp along the Syria-Jordan border...

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Business

Huawei Used Code Names for Syria, Sudan Activities, U.S. Alleges

Huawei Technologies Co. used code names and secret subsidiaries to conduct business in Syria, Sudan and Iran, the U.S. alleged in the extradition case related to sanctions violations against the company’s chief financial officer. The Chinese networking giant allegedly operated a de facto unit called DirectPoint in Sudan and Canicula in...

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Opinion

200 children killed in Idlib since April yet we are forgetting about the Syrian conflict

The other day I saw a report of an airstrike hitting a medical facility in Idlib, killing a paramedic and an ambulance driver. Not a legitimate military target, but a medical facility. Then, shortly after, an airstrike hit again. Charles Lister from the Middle East Institute described it as a “double tap … designed specifically to target...

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World

US, Taliban resume push for peace at Doha talks

The US and the Taliban met in Doha on Saturday, an AFP correspondent said, resuming potentially decisive talks to allow Washington to withdraw militarily from Afghanistan. The second day of their ninth round of dialogue had been due to begin Friday but "both sides decided to postpone it until Saturday", the Taliban's Doha spokesman Suhail...

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Tahrir al-Sham releases Zaman al-Wasl reporter in Aleppo

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Militant Hayat Tahrir al-Sham group has freed Zaman al-Wasl reporter in northern Aleppo province after a week of arbitrary arrest.   Members of the former Syrian offshoot of al-Qaeda arrested Juma'a Haj Hamdo from his house last Wednesday in the western countryside of Aleppo and took him to an unknown destination....

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Syrian Refugees

Two thirds of Rukban displaced refuse to return to regime-held areas: survey

 (Eqtsad)- More than two thirds of the Rukban camp's displaced have refused to go back to regime-held areas due to a survey made this week by a UN delegation and the Syrian Red Crescent, activists said. The UN delegation has counted 2749 families during the five-day mission in the deserted camp along the Syria-Jordan border...

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