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Jewish heritage sites in Iraq and Syria to be protected from Western air strikes
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Jewish heritage sites in Iraq and Syria to be protected from Western air strikes

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British, American and Israeli researchers have identified more than 2,000 "nationally and important Jewish heritage sites" in Europe, Iraq and Syria that have been added to Western military protection lists so as to be avoided during conflicts. The list was put together by the UK-based Foundation for Jewish Heritage (FJH), the Centre for...

Exhausted Syrians call for removal of crossings in opposition-controlled areas
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Exhausted Syrians call for removal of crossings in opposition-controlled areas

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IDLIB, Syria — Syrians are finding it hard to move around in northwest Syria, where Hayat Tahrir al-Sham (HTS) and Turkish-backed opposition factions control the crossings linking the areas in Idlib and the western countryside of Aleppo, and the Olive Branch and Euphrates Shield areas. The Deir Ballut crossing is located between Atma in...

New Syria constitution talks resume Jan 25: UN
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New Syria constitution talks resume Jan 25: UN

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The U.N. special envoy for Syria announced Wednesday that the next round of talks toward revising the war-battered country's constitution will start in Geneva on Jan. 25 and urged the parties to move to actual drafting. Geir Pedersen told the U.N. Security Council he views the meeting of delegations from Syria’s government,...

World hopes for renewed cooperation under new US president
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World hopes for renewed cooperation under new US president

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Leaders across the globe welcomed the arrival of U.S. President Joe Biden and the end of the often confrontational presidency of Donald Trump, noting the world’s most pressing problems, including the COVID-19 pandemic and climate change, require multilateral cooperation, an approach Trump ridiculed. Many expressed hope Wednesday that...

Rainstorms, snow deepen displaced suffering in northern Syria
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Rainstorms, snow deepen displaced suffering in northern Syria

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Zaman Al Wasl

Syrian Response Coordination Group said on Wednesday that the displaced people are facing poor humanitarian conditions in the camps, with a significant drop in temperatures and snowfall in several areas in the countryside of Idlib and Aleppo provinces. The Group indicated that the humanitarian organizations are unable to provide the...

Syria's White Helmets awarded £1.17m to make PPE
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Syria's White Helmets awarded £1.17m to make PPE

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The Guardian

Syria’s White Helmets, who rescue victims from the rubble of airstrikes, have added making personal protective equipment to their efforts saving lives in areas of the country outside Bashar al-Assad’s control. The civil defense service’s uniform-making unit has recently pivoted to manufacturing PPE with the help of a £1.17m award...

Over 150,000 Palestinian refugees fled Syria in ten years: monitor
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Over 150,000 Palestinian refugees fled Syria in ten years: monitor

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The Action Group for Palestinians of Syria  said more than 150,000 Palestinian refugees have fled Syria since 2011. The Britain-based monitoring group said Saturday that over 150,000 refugees fled war-torn Syria since the outbreak of the conflict in 2011, including 125,000 to Europe, 17,000 to Jordan, 27,000 to Lebanon, 3,500 to...

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Jewish heritage sites in Iraq and Syria to be protected from Western air strikes

British, American and Israeli researchers have identified more than 2,000 "nationally and important Jewish heritage sites" in Europe, Iraq and Syria that have been added to Western military protection lists so as to be avoided during conflicts. The list was put together by the UK-based Foundation for Jewish Heritage (FJH), the Centre for...

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Business

Pound down again after doubt on success of revived govt talks

The Lebanese pound rose against the dollar Thursday, trading at LL8,750 on the black market, as an initially positive development in the Cabinet formation process was shut down by certain political factions.

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Opinion

Starvation, misery will lead for new revolution- Opinion

The bet on another revolution born out of hunger and anger for their stolen bread was lost, as a large number of Syrians still believe that their struggle is but an external conspiracy and an unjust siege, despite all the restriction and the clampdown that the regime has implemented on all their basic needs. The broken promises made by...

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World

Concrete steps needed for sustainable, positive Turkey-EU ties

Concrete steps must be taken to maintain the positive trajectory of relations between Turkey and the European Union, Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu said Thursday. Speaking at a joint press conference with the bloc’s foreign policy chief Josep Borrell in Brussels before a scheduled meeting, Çavuşoğlu said: "It is important to...

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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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Syrian Refugees

Jordan begins vaccinating Syrian refugees

Jordan on Thursday began vaccinating the first group of Syrian refugees living in Zaatari camp. 43 elderly refugees received China's Sinopharm vaccine at a vaccination centre in Mafraq city, 70 km east of the capital Amman. 2000 refugees living in Zaatari camp have been registered to receive the vaccine. The UN Refugee...

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War Criminals

Zaman Al Wasl reveals how war crimes suspect reached Canada as refugee

Zaman al-Wasl has obtained information confirming that a member of the National Defense militia, George Youssef Al Sheikh, is currently in Montreal, Canada.   Al Sheikh was part of the Sednaya militia operations against rebelling cities and villages, in the southern countryside of Damascus, which was known for one of the worst...

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