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More than football: Kurdish women win big with Syria title
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More than football: Kurdish women win big with Syria title

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Samar Sheikh's neighbours used to tell her football was not for girls but the criticism stopped when her team won the very first women's championship in Syria. The 20-year-old also finished top scorer at the end of a season that saw teams from all over Syria face off over weeks before the final that was held in late January in Damascus....

UN appeals for humanitarian corridors in northwestern Syria
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UN appeals for humanitarian corridors in northwestern Syria

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The United Nations human rights chief urged Syrian government forces and their allies Tuesday to allow safe corridors in conflict areas in northwestern Syria, where a military offensive has unleashed a massive wave of fleeing civilians in one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in the long civil war. Michelle Bachelet told reporters in...

Idlib: three civilians killed in Russian airstrikes on Termanin town
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Idlib: three civilians killed in Russian airstrikes on Termanin town

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Three civilians killed on Tuesday in fresh airstrikes on Idlib province as regime forces backed by Russian air power made swift advances in northern Syria, according to Zaman al-Wasl reporter. The evening strikes hit the town of Termanin north of Idlib city. Syrian opposition activists reported airstrikes...

Sweden: Syrian refugee woman defies stereotypes to work as truck driver
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Sweden: Syrian refugee woman defies stereotypes to work as truck driver

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EQTSAD

(Eqtsad)- A Syrian refugee woman in Sweden has defied the stereotypes of Arab women to work as a heavy truck driver and overcoming all restrictions that still prevent many women in the Arab world from achieving their dreams. Diaa Al-Hajji, originally from Aleppo’s northern countryside, had worked as a hairdresser for 17 years, before...

Military source uncovers mass grave containing 6000 bodies buried by Assad
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Military source uncovers mass grave containing 6000 bodies buried by Assad

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- A military source has revealed the location of mass grave containing about 6000 bodies of opposition fighters, activists and detainees northeast of Damascus. The heavy-guarded cemetery is located in a military zone near Baghdad Bridge at the Damascus-Latakia highway. Air Force Intelligence and Fourth Mechanical...

Wagner mercenary group recruits Syrians to fight in Libya: report
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Wagner mercenary group recruits Syrians to fight in Libya: report

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The Russian Wagner paramilitary organization has been recruiting Syrians since last January to fight alongside General Khalifa Haftar in Libya, a local news site said Sunday. Suweida 24 has obtained information and documents prove that the Syrian National Youth Party is responsible for the 'proxy recruitment' in the...

Artillery barrage kills dozens of regime forces in Idlib
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Artillery barrage kills dozens of regime forces in Idlib

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Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The Turkish-backed rebels have killed at least 40 regime troops in Idlib and western Aleppo, sources said Monday. The heavy Turkish artillery barrages and rebels rockets hit five army bastions near of al-Nayrab airbase east of Idlib,.     The fierce resistance was unable to halt the Russian-led regime...

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UN appeals for humanitarian corridors in northwestern Syria

The United Nations human rights chief urged Syrian government forces and their allies Tuesday to allow safe corridors in conflict areas in northwestern Syria, where a military offensive has unleashed a massive wave of fleeing civilians in one of the worst humanitarian catastrophes in the long civil war. Michelle Bachelet told reporters in...

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Business

Amazon's Jeff Bezos promises $10B to set up Earth Fund

Jeff Bezos, the CEO of the e-commerce giant Amazon, announced the launch of Bezos Earth Fund and promised $10 billion donation for fighting against climate change. "I want to work alongside others both to amplify known ways and to explore new ways of fighting the devastating impact of climate change on this planet we all share," he said on...

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Opinion

'Dogs live better than us in Syria', veteran actress says

(Zaman Al Wasl)- A statement by famous Syrian actress sparked anger of pro-regime activists and the gloating of opposition ones on social media. 'Dogs live better than us' said Nahid al-Halabi in an interview aired on Thursday by Ninar FM Radio. Following years of silence by Bashar al-Assad's loyalists, criticisms and boiling...

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World

US sanctions Russia's Rosneft subsidiary over Venezuela trade

The United States on Tuesday announced sanctions against a subsidiary of Russian state-controlled oil giant Rosneft over its continued trade with Venezuela in defiance of Washington's attempt to break leftist President Nicolas Maduro's grip on power. Officials in President Donald Trump's administration said Rosneft Trading SA and Rosneft...

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Graves desecration is pure revenge policy by Assad Intelligence

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Latest leaked videos showing Bashar al-Assad's soldiers taunting the bones of the dead, digging up graves, and violating the sanctity of mosques, after gaining control over several villages in the southern and eastern Idlib countryside. The videos raised a number of questions about the purpose of leaking them....

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Syrian Refugees

Turkish Red Crescent provides tents for Idlib refugees

The Turkish Red Crescent on Sunday distributed tents and heaters to Syrians fleeing clashes in and around Idlib, northwestern Syria. The aid agency also distributed beds, blankets and food to people in the Mashhad Ruhin area, close to the Turkish border. Hakan Sari, head of the Turkish Red Crescent's border assistance operations, said...

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