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Pro-Justice launches campaign to hold Syria's war criminals accountable

Pro-Justice launches campaign to hold Syria's war criminals accountable

(Under the banner “No legitimacy for perpetrators,” Pro-Justice, a non-profit human rights organization, has launched a campaign to hold Syria's war criminals accountable as the human rights violators. The perpetrators and war criminals that represent the Syrian political...

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US-backed Syria force suspends anti-IS attacks after Turkey hits

US-backed Syria force suspends anti-IS attacks after Turkey hits

A Kurdish-led force backed by a US-led coalition on Wednesday suspended operations against the Islamic State group and said they would not resume until Turkey halts its attacks on Kurdish militia posts in northern Syria. The Syrian Democratic Forces, joint Arab-Kurdish units under...

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Aleppo: Leishmaniasis spread in two refugee camps

Aleppo: Leishmaniasis spread in two refugee camps

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- Leishmaniasis disease has spread in the displaced camps near Afrin city in northern Syria, medic told Zaman al-Wasl, reporting more than 100 cases.  The ‘intracellular protozoan parasite’ spread in the camps of Deir al-Ballout and al-Mohamadiya in Aleppo...

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Tahrir al-Sham, National Front agree ceasefire after skirmishes

Tahrir al-Sham, National Front agree ceasefire after skirmishes

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The National Liberation Front (NLF) and Hayat Tahrir al-Sham jihadist group have reached a new agreement on Wednesday to end the infighting in northern Aleppo province after the clashes broke out for the second time in a week. According to a ceasefire agreement brokered...

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Amira tells horrific stories of her arrest, detainees killed and chopped

Amira tells horrific stories of her arrest, detainees killed and chopped

(Zaman Al Wasl)- After a round of dirty talk and swearing at Rima, the warden asked her inmates to throw her out of the cell despite the deadly. Being a member in a family loyal to Bashar al-Assad was a heavy burden on Rima who joined the Syrians dream in freedom and dignity....

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Air France-KLM gets boost from employee accord

Air France-KLM gets boost from employee accord

Air France-KLM, hit badly earlier this year by strikes and management upheaval, reported Wednesday its third quarter net profit jumped nearly 23 percent year-on-year to 786 million euros ($900 million). Ben Smith, who took over the reins in September, said the airline could look forward...

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 Airbus says Q3 net profit more than triples to 957 mn euros

Airbus says Q3 net profit more than triples to 957 mn euros

European aerospace giant Airbus reported Wednesday a third quarter net profit of 957 million euros ($1.1 billion), more than triple the 2017 performance. The company, which rivals Boeing of the US, said it was maintaining its forecast for deliveries of 800 commercial aircraft this year...

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Druze boycott marks Israeli local polls

Druze boycott marks Israeli local polls

Israelis voted in local elections Tuesday that saw an ally of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu vie for the position of Jerusalem mayor and controversial first-time polls in part of the occupied Golan Heights draw protests. Turnout was reported at 42 percent nationwide and 18 percent in...

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Activists mourn prominent relief worker

Activists mourn prominent relief worker

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Syrian activists on Tuesday have mourned Mohamed al-Nuaimi, the prominent relief worker and director of the Human Association for Refugee Rights, who died of a heart attack in Turkey. Al-Nuaimi devoted his all efforts to provide relief to those in need in the...

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'Plans complete' for assault on Kurd militia in Syria: Turkey

'Plans complete' for assault on Kurd militia in Syria: Turkey

Turkey has completed preparations for a new operation in northern Syria to "destroy" a U.S.-backed Kurdish militia that Ankara considers a terrorist group, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Tuesday. The Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) holds territory east of the Euphrates...

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 Syria Kurds beef up anti-Daesh front: activists

Syria Kurds beef up anti-Daesh front: activists

Hundreds of Kurdish fighters have arrived in eastern Syria to help a U.S.-backed alliance fight Daesh (ISIS) after a major setback last week, an activist group said Tuesday. The Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), a Kurdish-Arab alliance backed by the U.S.-led coalition, launched an...

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Assad troops burn dog alive: footage

Assad troops burn dog alive: footage

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Bashar al-Assad soldiers are not only exercising their criminality against the Syrian people for over seven years, but it has even extended to innocent animals, a gruesome video showed. One of the army troops inside his military base has burned a dog alive.  The...

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Latakia: refugee camps without water supplies as no funds

Latakia: refugee camps without water supplies as no funds

 (Zaman Al Wasl)- Funding of water supplies in the Syrian refugee camps in Latakia province will be suspended by the beginning of November, such a decision will cause catastrophic suffering for 40,000 displaced near the Turkish border, camps principals said. Abdul Jabbar Khalil,...

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  Zaman TV: eighty-year-old Mohamed El-Nesr never missed demonstration

Zaman TV: eighty-year-old Mohamed El-Nesr never missed demonstration

(Zaman Al Wasl TV meets the eighty-year-old Mohamed El-Nesr who never missed any peaceful demonstration in his northern town of Khan Sheikhoun since the revolution erupted in 2011. The old man is very proud of his family for its sacrifices where many have been killed and forcibly...

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Druze on Golan Heights protest against Israeli municipal election

Druze on Golan Heights protest against Israeli municipal election

 Hundreds of Druze Arabs, some carrying Syrian flags, gathered outside the gates of a polling station on the Israeli-occupied Golan Heights Tuesday, trying to block their townspeople from voting in municipal elections. Israeli police wearing helmets and carrying tear gas launchers...

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Turkey doing its best to fulfill Idlib obligations: Kremlin

Turkey doing its best to fulfill Idlib obligations: Kremlin

Turkey is doing its best to fulfill difficult obligations on establishing a demilitarized zone in Idlib, and Russia does not see a threat the agreement would fail, Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said Tuesday. "We don't see a threat so far... Unfortunately, not everything is going as it...

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Israel has struck in Syria since Russia plane downed: official

Israel has struck in Syria since Russia plane downed: official

Israel has carried out attacks in Syria since the accidental shooting down of a Russian surveillance plane last month, a senior Israeli official said Monday. The Sept. 17 downing by Syrian anti-aircraft fire, after Israeli jets attacked a suspected Iranian arms shipment to Syria, caused...

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Under the radar: Iran’s oil exports harder to track as sanctions loom

Under the radar: Iran’s oil exports harder to track as sanctions loom

According to Saudi Energy Minister Khalid al-Falih, no one has any idea how much oil Iran will be able to export after new U.S. sanctions against the Islamic Republic kick in on Nov. 4. But more precisely, Iran’s shipment figures crucial to oil markets are already a mystery. Iran’s...

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