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 Refugees in Turkey accuse an Opposition body by corruption

Refugees in Turkey accuse an Opposition body by corruption

   Many Syrian refugees in Mersin, the Turkish city, accused the “Syrian Social Gathering" of corruption and demanding support and aid on their behalf, while they have not received any thing from the gathering so far. Moreover, the school of the opposition...

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 Rebels start 'The Earthquake Battle' in Idlib

Rebels start 'The Earthquake Battle' in Idlib

Syrian rebels have announced the start of “Earthquake Battle” to control Wadi al-Daif camp and surroundings in the countryside of Idlib. Field sources reported to Zaman Alwasl that Battle started yesterday late afternoon and 22 military bodies have participated in...

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Aleppo: rebel-held streets to have martyrs names

Aleppo: rebel-held streets to have martyrs names

The walls of the embattled Aleppo have become a place for freedom of expression through the expressive drawings and paintings, in addition to being a place to commemorate the martyrs . Rebel council in liberated areas of Aleppo has launched new initiative to naming...

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100 UN and watchdog Specialists to destroy Syria's stockpile

100 UN and watchdog Specialists to destroy Syria's stockpile

 The U.N. secretary-general recommended Monday that approximately 100 people from the United Nations and the world's chemical weapons watchdog agency be part of an unprecedented and dangerous joint mission to eliminate Syria's poison gas stockpile. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said in...

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Syrian opposition sets conditions for Geneva II

Syrian opposition sets conditions for Geneva II

The head of the Syrian National Coalition Monday listed conditions that need to be “guaranteed” in order for the main opposition group to participate in the proposed Geneva II conference aimed at solving the 30-month Syrian conflict. “We do not reject participation in Geneva II...

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Brits flocking to Syria for jihad training: home secretary

Brits flocking to Syria for jihad training: home secretary

A top British official warned Sunday of the growing number of Brits going to  Somalia  and  Syria  for jihadi training, only to bring that dangerous knowledge back to their homeland,  the Telegraph reported . “What we have seen for some time now, is...

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U.N. Predicts More Than 4 Million Syrians Fleeing Their Homes In 2014

U.N. Predicts More Than 4 Million Syrians Fleeing Their Homes In 2014

The United Nations is reportedly predicting a potential massive increase in Syrian refugees in the coming year should fighting between the government and rebels continue, increasing the number of those who have fled their homes by up to four million. Since it began in 2011, the crisis in...

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Ahrar al-Sham downs a fighter-jet in Daraa

Ahrar al-Sham downs a fighter-jet in Daraa

  Ahrar al-Sham movement in a brief statement said it downed a fighter jet belongs to the Assad air force in Daraa province. The Russian-made Mig-16 was hit by rebels' anti-aircraft. Days ago Free Syrian Army has downed a developed drone in step makes form the...

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Homs Rebels threaten to retaliate from Assad's loyal suburbs

Homs Rebels threaten to retaliate from Assad's loyal suburbs

  Rebels of the embattled city of Homs threatened to retaliate on The Pro-Assad suburbs as the siege enters the month sixteen.  The crisis management Committee, rebel group, in Homs declared in a statement its intention to attack the suburbs of Assad supporters...

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Syria makes 'excellent' start on chemical disarmament, official says

Syria makes 'excellent' start on chemical disarmament, official says

Syria  won foreign praise on Monday for starting to destroy its chemical arsenal, although an opposition activist said the world was merely giving President Bashar al-Assad time to kill more people with conventional weapons. An official from the international mission overseeing the...

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The End of Silence in Syria: Interview with Syria Untold

The End of Silence in Syria: Interview with Syria Untold

Syria Untold  is a new online storytelling project dedicated to the non-violent Syrian uprising. Project participants, both in and outside of Syria, are working to collect, curate and provide context for content related to civil disobedience, nonviolent movements, and creative...

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Assad forces capture again strategic road near Hama

Assad forces capture again strategic road near Hama

Bashar al-Assad forces captured again a strategic road from rebels between Hama province and Aleppo near the town of Khanaser in step to deliver its supplies and ammunition, field sources reported to Zaman Alwasl. The vital town has witnessed fierce clashes between rebels and Assad...

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Kerry 'pleased' with Syria chemical disarmament

Kerry 'pleased' with Syria chemical disarmament

  U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry said Monday that the United States and Russia are "very pleased" with the progress made so far in destroying Syria's chemical weapons stocks. Kerry, speaking at a press conference with Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, said Syrian President...

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Al-Qaeda claims attack in Iraqi Kurdish capital

Al-Qaeda claims attack in Iraqi Kurdish capital

An Al-Qaeda front group said it carried out an attack on security forces in Iraq's usually-quiet autonomous Kurdish region, in a statement posted on the Honein jihadist forum on Sunday. The Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant said the September 29 attack was in response to Kurdish...

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Assad's media interviews Syria Youngest Terrorist

Assad's media interviews Syria Youngest Terrorist

Syrian State-run media has committed a new moral crime by abusing a 13-year-old child who confess working as a serial killer with more than 30 people half of them were regime army soldiers. The child interview came after 3 weeks since broadcasting Rawan Kaddah interview ,...

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Syrian regime to stop sheep export to halt soar of meat prices

Syrian regime to stop sheep export to halt soar of meat prices

Only days before al-Adha Eid, the Ministry of Foreign Trade in Syria, has issued a decision to stop exporting sheep and mountain goats, in order to tackle the soaring increase in prices of red meat prices. However, sources in the Ministry of Agriculture, explained that exporting...

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Syria envoy Brahimi calls for late-Nov. talks ‘without pre-conditions’

Syria envoy Brahimi calls for late-Nov. talks ‘without pre-conditions’

U.N. Arab League peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi on Sunday urged all parties of the Syrian conflict to engage in peace talks “without pre-conditions,” adding that he hoped negotiations could take place in Geneva by mid-November. During an interview with French-language television channel...

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ISIS and Shariah Authority to control Bakeries in Manbij

ISIS and Shariah Authority to control Bakeries in Manbij

Fighting factions in the city of Manbij, north eastern Syria agreed to affiliate the mills and bakeries of the city to their control, local sources told Eqtsad, Business newspaper . The Islamic State of Iraq and al-Sahm, Al-Qaeda-linked group, has insisted on...

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