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Turkey evacuates Syria outpost long-encircled by regime
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Turkey evacuates Syria outpost long-encircled by regime

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Turkey Tuesday started withdrawing from one of its largest outposts in northwest Syria encircled for the past year by Syrian regime forces, a war monitor and a pro-Ankara rebel commander said. The outpost in Morek is Turkey's largest in the northwest province of Hama, which is now mostly under Syrian government control. Forces loyal to...

Kurdish militants kill three SNA fighters in Ras Al Ayn
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Kurdish militants kill three SNA fighters in Ras Al Ayn

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Zaman Al Wasl

Three Turkish-backed Syrian fighters were killed Monday in an ambush by Kurdish militants in the border Ras Al-Ayn region northeastern Syria, activists told Zaman al-Wasl. The attack took place near Al-Alya town south of Ras Al-Ayn. The slain fighters were operating in Sultan Murad Division, a key unit in the Syrian National Army....

216 coronavirus cases recorded in opposition areas: Laboratory
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216 coronavirus cases recorded in opposition areas: Laboratory

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Zaman Al Wasl

The Epidemiological Surveillance Laboratory recorded 216 new COVID infections and one death out of 741 tests—the highest daily increase in cases yet in the liberated areas, bringing the total number to 2865. Mohammed Hallaj, the director of the Syria Response Coordinators team, said that, “Unfortunately today brings the highest daily...

Greece To Build Wall Along Turkish Border To Block Migrant Crossings
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Greece To Build Wall Along Turkish Border To Block Migrant Crossings

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Greece is set to extend a barrier along its border with Turkey in a ramped-up effort to prevent migrants, asylum seekers and refugees from crossing into the country. In a press briefing, government spokesperson Stelios Petsas said the country planned see at least 26 kilometers (16 miles) of border wall added to a pre-existing...

Despite risks, Daraa youth flee to opposition-held areas in northern Syria
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Despite risks, Daraa youth flee to opposition-held areas in northern Syria

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EQTSAD

(Eqtsad)- Southern Daraa province is witnessing daily departure of dozens of young people towards the rebel-held areas in northern Syria to escape arbitrary arrests, physical liquidations, and security prosecutions that have hit most of Southern towns, targeting their youth, regardless of their affiliations and loyalties. Local...

At least 42 former rebel leaders killed in Daraa since reconciliation deal brokered in 2018: monitoring
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At least 42 former rebel leaders killed in Daraa since reconciliation deal brokered in 2018: monitoring

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Zaman Al Wasl

More than 42 former leaders of armed opposition factions have been killed in Daraa, since the “settlement” agreement that led to the regime regaining control over the region in August 2018. The Daraa Martyrs Documentation Office (DMDO) said that since regime forces took control, around 76 operations and assassination attempts against...

How star reporter’s Syria podcast sent New York Times into crisis
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How star reporter’s Syria podcast sent New York Times into crisis

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The Guardian

Ben Smith of the New York Times is not known for pulling his punches. The former editor-in-chief of BuzzFeed, who revealed the dossier on suspicions that the Kremlin held kompromat on Donald Trump, is on a new beat – the US media. Smith’s most recent column was a bombshell, his target the practices of his own employer as well as...

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Syrian girl who witnessed horrors of Ghouta nominated for 2020 Children's Peace Prize

A Syrian girl has been nominated for the 2020 International Children's Peace Prize. The girl, identified only as Enar and also known as "Noor" on social media, played a major role in raising awareness of the suffering of the people of the Ghouta area near Damascus during a years-long siege. She was only 10 years old when she began to...

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U.S. says Google breakup may be needed to end violations of antitrust law

The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's GOOGL.O Google on Tuesday, claiming the $1 trillion company uses its market power to fend off rivals and said nothing was off the table, including a breakup of the internet search and advertising company. The lawsuit, which was joined by 11 states, marks the...

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Opinion

Syria’s security services flourish while people starve; what sort of ‘president’ is Assad?

It is no surprise that the Syria Justice and Accountability Centre has released documents revealing that Syrian Embassies around the world spy on their own citizens on behalf of the Assad regime. Every Syrian who has travelled abroad for any reason knows that the regime’s embassies and consulates are nothing but branches of the security...

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U.S. says Google breakup may be needed to end violations of antitrust law

The U.S. Justice Department filed an antitrust lawsuit against Alphabet Inc's GOOGL.O Google on Tuesday, claiming the $1 trillion company uses its market power to fend off rivals and said nothing was off the table, including a breakup of the internet search and advertising company. The lawsuit, which was joined by 11 states, marks the...

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Tsunami

Who saves Syrian refugees in Lebanon as state pillars collapse

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- The deteriorating economic conditions, spreading of Coronavirus and the political turbulence have all a severe impact on more than one million Syrian refugees who have already endured to sersie of human rights violations and discriminatory practices. Syrian refugees stand out as the weakest link, which will pay...

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Greece To Build Wall Along Turkish Border To Block Migrant Crossings

Greece is set to extend a barrier along its border with Turkey in a ramped-up effort to prevent migrants, asylum seekers and refugees from crossing into the country. In a press briefing, government spokesperson Stelios Petsas said the country planned see at least 26 kilometers (16 miles) of border wall added to a pre-existing...

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War Criminals

Youssef Khalaf: Syrian refugee in Belgium involved in Karm Al Zeitoun Massacre

In March- 2012, dozens of pro-regime National Defense militia stormed the Karm al-Zeitoun neighborhood in central Homs city where dozens of civilians were killed in their homes and in the streets. Entire families, women, children, and elderly people were slaughtered on that terrifying night. Among those accused of these crimes...

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