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Zaman TV: Majed Wants To Go Back To School

Zaman TV: Majed Wants To Go Back To School

Zaman Al Wasl TV meets Majed , 12-year-old, who dropped out school so early to join his father in selling Gasoline in Hola region of central Homs province.  Majed's father started teaching his son in their modest shop since he can't go back to his school that turned to rubble due...

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Assad's Chemical Engine in new documentary

Assad's Chemical Engine in new documentary

    Zaman Al Wasl reveals in a new documentary the inner circle of the Syrian regime's chemical facilities.    A data-rich report highlights the Chemical programme since its birth by the Soviet Union and how the Israelis were following up the...

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Turkey: campaign to save Syrian children dropped out of school

Turkey: campaign to save Syrian children dropped out of school

(Zaman Al Wasl)- “I do not want to work, I want to study,” the words of Mohammed a Syrian child speaking on one of the Turkish television channels ignited the spark for an initiative to help Syrian children to go back to school. The initiative comes as many Syrian families face difficult...

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Civil Defense removes unexploded cluster bombs from Daraa

Civil Defense removes unexploded cluster bombs from Daraa

In this report, Zaman Al Wasl TV highlights the impressive work by Syria’s leading Civil Defense group in southern Daraa province since the cessation of hostilities agreement went into effect last July. Hundreds of unexploded cluster bombs were removed from Daraa in...

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'Barrel' documentary: survivors narrate death stories

'Barrel' documentary: survivors narrate death stories

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- 'Barrel', most used word in rebel-held areas that phrases death, destruction and bloodshed where thousands of barrel bombs have been dropped on civilians since Syrian revolution erupted in 2011, topping the death toll in the war-torn country to a total of half million....

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 Om Nader and 10 family members abandoned at border: Zaman TV

Om Nader and 10 family members abandoned at border: Zaman TV

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- Om Nader, a Syrian refugee woman with a family of ten, two of them with intellectual disability, tells to Zaman TV about her suffering story and how the family was expelled from Jordan to live later in a makeshift refugee camp in Bariqa village south of Quneitra, at the...

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Forgotten Uqayribat Chemical Massacre: Zaman TV

Forgotten Uqayribat Chemical Massacre: Zaman TV

Zaman Al Wasl TV interviewed the discipled of Uqayribat, a subdistrict of the Salamiyah city in Hama province, who fled the ISIS-held territory to Idlib province. The interviewees talked about a forgotten chemical attack on Uqayribat by Assad regime last December that killed at least 90...

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Aleppo's Red Zone: 200,000 forgotten people

Aleppo's Red Zone: 200,000 forgotten people

 (Zaman Al Wasl TV)- We do not stand here in clashes zone nor in the headquarters of al-Nusra Front or Islamic State. We are here in the Khan al-Asal area in a camp for the displaced. According to the statistics of the Aleppo Governorate Council, about 200,000 people...

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Plastic Gas in besieged Ghouta: risk and necessity

Plastic Gas in besieged Ghouta: risk and necessity

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- The footage may seem taken from a historical documentary about the suffering of coal miners, but the fact is that it reflects part of the consequences of the blockade imposed by Assad regime on Eastern Ghouta. The people in Ghouta adapted to the blockade by adopting...

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Exclusive footage for Shukee Begum, wife of British suicide bomber

Exclusive footage for Shukee Begum, wife of British suicide bomber

(Zaman Al Wasl)-  Zaman al-Wasl has obtained exclusive footage for Shukee Begum, the famous British woman who had previously joined ISIS, and whose story was circulated in the media due to the circumstances surrounding the story. The footage shows the...

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Zaman TV: farmers turn rubbish into organic fertilizer

Zaman TV: farmers turn rubbish into organic fertilizer

 (Zaman Al Wasl TV)- 'Necessity is the mother of invention' especially when your are besieged by your national army for over 6 years. The necessity pushed people of Eastern Ghouta suburbs near Damascus to invent many ways to survive even if the last couple of months finds some life clues...

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Documentary uncovers Iran's missile facilities in Syria: Zaman Al Wasl

Documentary uncovers Iran's missile facilities in Syria: Zaman Al Wasl

(Zaman Al Wasl)- On Monday, June 26, 2017, the Syrian regime published pictures and reports showing Bashar al-Assad's visit to the countryside of Hama, where he surprised wounded soldiers from his army by visiting them in their homes. Al-Assad's visit came as part of...

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Solar power helps handicapped Syrians: Zaman TV

Solar power helps handicapped Syrians: Zaman TV

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- To support people with special needs and those suffering from partial-paralysis and quadriplegia, caused by the al-Assad regime’s bombing and explosive barrels, a teacher and a police officer who dissented from the al-Assad regime created a system to facilitate the...

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No Friends In Refuge Land: Story Of Displacement

No Friends In Refuge Land: Story Of Displacement

(Zaman Al Wasl)- No Friends in Refuge Land tells the story of displacement from a place and land of fighting fronts to a place of safety through the journeys of three families that migrated from Damascus Suburbs to al-Quneitra province. The irony lies in the fact these same...

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Paralysis did not stop me doing my duty: police officer

Paralysis did not stop me doing my duty: police officer

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)- Sharif Qaytaz, 31, is a dissident line officer from the al-Assad police force and the first head of a revolutionary police station in Idlib province. He was paralyzed while on duty when an armed and masked group shot him during a car chase. Doctors decided to move him to...

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Idlib's blood bank urges citizens to donate

Idlib's blood bank urges citizens to donate

 (Zaman Al Wasl TV)- The blood bank in Idlib is suffering from a shortage in the quantities of blood required to cover the needs of the injured and sick in the province. The blood bank supplies about one third of the hospitals in the province including those in Idlib city, Binesh, Maarat...

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Daraa: rebels turn large army base into farm

Daraa: rebels turn large army base into farm

(Zaman Al Wasl TV)-  How can you make life out of the killing machine and its tools? Just follow what young people from the Jaydour area in the northern West Bank village of Daraa did when they turned the military reconnaissance battalion which was bombing, killing and arresting them into...

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FSA commander: 'Turkey informed us about de-escalation zones months ago'

FSA commander: 'Turkey informed us about de-escalation zones months ago'

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Captain Hussein Haj Ali, the commander of Jaish Idlib (Idlib Army) subordinate to the Free Syrian Army said that the idea of establishing safe zones, or what are called the de-escalation zones, is a previous initiative proposed by the Turkish government and discussed with the...

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