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28 Palestinians killed in Pro-regime's battles in Syria
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28 Palestinians killed in Pro-regime's battles in Syria

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(Action Group For Palestinians Of Syria)-   28 Palestinian refugees died as they fought alongside popular committees affiliated with the government forces. Most of the casualties are residents of Yarmouk Camp in Damascus and Handarat and Al-Neirab refugee camps, in Aleppo. Shortly after the outburst of the deadly warfare,...

Rocket fired from inside Syria wounds five in Turkish border town: governor
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Rocket fired from inside Syria wounds five in Turkish border town: governor

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Five people were lightly wounded after one of two rockets thought to be fired from within Syria landed on a house in a Turkish border town on Monday night, the provincial governor’s office said. The Defence Ministry said on Twitter that Turkish forces had responded to the rocket fire and had hit seven targets on the Syrian side of the...

Civilian killed in Damascus car bomb: Syrian state media
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Civilian killed in Damascus car bomb: Syrian state media

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 A civilian was killed Monday when a car bomb exploded in Damascus, state media reported, the latest in a spate of similar attacks to hit the Syrian capital in recent months. Photos from state news agency SANA showed the white car, charred by the explosion in the southern Damascus neighborhood of Qadam. "One civilian was...

Turkey Orders thousands of Syrian refugees to leave Istanbul
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Turkey Orders thousands of Syrian refugees to leave Istanbul

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Turkey, home to the largest refugee population in the world, announced measures on Monday to limit the number of Syrian migrants in its largest city, Istanbul. The governor’s office in Istanbul ordered Syrian refugees initially registered in other cities to return there by Aug. 20 or face forcible transfer. An estimated 200,000 of...

Turkey will launch operation in Syria if safe zone not established: minister
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Turkey will launch operation in Syria if safe zone not established: minister

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Turkey's Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Monday that if a planned safe zone in northern Syria is not established, and if threats continue against Turkey, a military operation will be launched east of the Euphrates river. Turkey has been in talks with the United States over the establishment of a safe zone across its border in...

Russian air strike kills 28 civilians in northwest Syria: Observatory
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Russian air strike kills 28 civilians in northwest Syria: Observatory

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(Zaman Al Wasl)- A Russian airstrike on a market in northwest Syria killed 28 civilians Monday, an activist group said, in the latest violence to plague the country's last major opposition bastion. At least 100 other people were wounded in the raid that hit "a wholesale vegetable market in the town of Maaret al-Numan", the Syrian...

 Rebel commander urges to boycott Astana talks, says 'Russian trick'
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Rebel commander urges to boycott Astana talks, says 'Russian trick'

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(Zaman Al Wasl)- A senior rebel commander warned political parties of participating in planned Astana 13 conference in August, saying it is "a new Russian trick." Col. Mustafa al-Bakkour, commander in Jaysh al-Izza told Zaman al-Wasl that the Russian-backed offensive on northwestern Syria has signaled the end of Astana’s peace talks....

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28 Palestinians killed in Pro-regime's battles in Syria

(Action Group For Palestinians Of Syria)-   28 Palestinian refugees died as they fought alongside popular committees affiliated with the government forces. Most of the casualties are residents of Yarmouk Camp in Damascus and Handarat and Al-Neirab refugee camps, in Aleppo. Shortly after the outburst of the deadly warfare,...

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Taxing tech set to dominate G-7 finance ministers meeting

A row over taxing tech giants is set to dominate a meeting of G-7 finance ministers near Paris this week, with the world’s leading industrialized nations already riven by disruptive U.S. trade policies. During the meetings Wednesday and Thursday in Chantilly, ministers are set to discuss making taxation fairer as part of wider plans by G-7...

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After refuge in northwest Syria, a family again faces danger

After losing her husband, a son and her home to Syria's eight-year war, Yusra al-Shomali and her daughters found refuge in rebel-held territory near the Turkish border. But as a Syrian army offensive intensifies, their safety may be put at risk. Shomali's experience of fear, siege, hunger, loss, separation and displacement is common among...

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World

Australia to bar return of citizens who fought for Daesh

Australia is poised to bar its citizens who have fought for Daesh from returning home for up to two years, under new laws discussed in Parliament Tuesday. The controversial legislation would give hardline Home Affairs Minister Peter Dutton the ability to invoke "exclusion orders" to prevent suspected terrorists from returning to the...

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Iyad Al Hussein: former state TV reporter praises Assad atrocities from Germany

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Supporters of the Syrian regime are racing to conceal their inhuman practices against Syrian refugees, especially since some of them have been born and raised in this opportunistic environment. Iyad Al-Hussein, the state-run Al-Ekhbariya TV reporter, is one of them. According to activists, Al-Hussein, 37,...

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Turkey Orders thousands of Syrian refugees to leave Istanbul

Turkey, home to the largest refugee population in the world, announced measures on Monday to limit the number of Syrian migrants in its largest city, Istanbul. The governor’s office in Istanbul ordered Syrian refugees initially registered in other cities to return there by Aug. 20 or face forcible transfer. An estimated 200,000 of...

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