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Two rockets hit Iranian camp near Latakia

Two rockets hit Iranian camp near Latakia

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Two rebel-suspected rockets hit Iranian camp near the coastal city of Latakia that is a bastion of Bashar al-Assad, local sources said Wednesday. Heavy losses reported in the rocket attack on Damsarkho village as the regime forces surrounded the area, denying access to...

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Kurds, Christians split over Syria school curriculum

Kurds, Christians split over Syria school curriculum

Kurdish authorities in Syria's diverse northeast are facing swelling anger from the area's Syriac Christians after shutting down more than a dozen schools run by the ancient minority. At the heart of the dispute is a debate over whether to use the new school curriculum championed by the...

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IS ambush kills 21 regime fighters in southern Syria: monitor

IS ambush kills 21 regime fighters in southern Syria: monitor

An ambush by the Islamic State jihadist group has killed 21 regime fighters in Syria's southern province of Sweida, a Britain-based war monitor said on Tuesday. The attack occurred late Monday in the rural Tulul al-Safa area of the province, some 100 kilometres (60 miles) southeast of...

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Turkish spy agency captures bombing suspect in Syria

Turkish spy agency captures bombing suspect in Syria

Turkey's state-run news agency says Turkish intelligence agents in Syria have captured a man wanted over a deadly 2013 bomb attack and brought him back to Turkey for questioning. Anadolu Agency said Wednesday Yusuf Nazik was captured in Syria's Latikia province. He was wanted for...

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Syria regime signs export deals with Iraqi, Kuwaiti, Russian firms

Syria regime signs export deals with Iraqi, Kuwaiti, Russian firms

Syrian regime media says the nation's Exporters' Union on Monday signed agreements with Iraqi, Kuwaiti, and Russian companies to export agricultural products to their markets. Syria's regime is looking for trade and investment partners through its annual Damascus International Fair to...

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Assault on Idlib risks 'scattering terrorists' abroad: French minister

Assault on Idlib risks 'scattering terrorists' abroad: French minister

French Foreign Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian warned Tuesday that a Syrian government offensive on the last rebel stronghold of Idlib could scatter thousands of foreign militants abroad, posing a security threat to the West. "There are in all likelihood dozens of French fighters from both...

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Coalition confirms assault on IS in east Syria

Coalition confirms assault on IS in east Syria

Coalition-backed ground forces in Syria have begun what is expected to be the final phase of an operation to clear the Islamic State group from a pocket of terrain, officials said Tuesday. The ground offensive, dubbed Operation Roundup, is being conducted by the Syrian Democratic Forces...

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Assad's Grand Mufti urges Europeans to lock up mosques

Assad's Grand Mufti urges Europeans to lock up mosques

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The Grand Mufti of the Syria regime, Sheikh Ahmed Hassoun, has warned the Europeans against the threat of mosques, calling them to besiege and close them, under the pretext of the Syrian experience with mosques, from which all the "problems" has erupted. The recent...

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Over 30,000 flee Idlib, U.N. fears century’s ‘worst’ crisis

Over 30,000 flee Idlib, U.N. fears century’s ‘worst’ crisis

More than 30,000 people have so far fled their homes in northwest Syria since the regime and allied forces resumed air and ground bombardments there last week, the United Nations agency coordinating relief efforts said Monday. The U.N. Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said an...

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Father and Son: two Frenchmen tortured to death by Assad regime

Father and Son: two Frenchmen tortured to death by Assad regime

  A relative of one of the two Syrian-French torture victims, Mazen Dabbagh, the pedagogical counselor of the French School of Damascus, and his son Patrick Abdelkader, revealed some episodes of the tragedy of those victims with the torturers of the regime.  The tragedy...

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Père et fils: histoire de deux français torturés jusqu'à la mort par le régime de Assad

Père et fils: histoire de deux français torturés jusqu'à la mort par le régime de Assad

(Zaman Al Wasl)- La Parente des deux victimes de torture Syro-Français Mazen Dabbagh, un conseiller pédagogique à l’école française de Damas et son fils Patrick Abd Al Kadir, a révélé des détails sur la tragédie de ces deux victimes avec les bourreaux du régime. La tragédie ne...

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Syrian Navy: corrupt officers, black deals

Syrian Navy: corrupt officers, black deals

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Zaman al-Wasl obtained exclusive reports leaked by group of army officers, who still in duty showing how the corruption has swept the Syrian navy. Since the established of Syrian navy in 1950, no role has been remembered as its role in bombing the Syrian people over the...

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Education suspended in Idlib as Assad warplanes hit schools

Education suspended in Idlib as Assad warplanes hit schools

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The education process has been suspended in stricken province of Idlib  as the Syrian regime trigger for its deadliest offensive in seven years of brutal war. The Education Directorate said the schools and education centers have turned into main target to regime...

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Assad approves gas attack in Idlib despite warning, report says

Assad approves gas attack in Idlib despite warning, report says

Bashar al-Assad has approved a gas attack in the Idlib province, which is the country’s last rebel stronghold, a report on Sunday said. Reports of Assad's approval comes about a week after President Trump warned the strongman and his allies not to “recklessly attack” the province....

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US-backed group captures 4 Daesh militants near Iraqi border

US-backed group captures 4 Daesh militants near Iraqi border

(Zaman Al Wasl)- A US-backed rebel group arrested 4 Daesh militants near the border crossing of al-Tanaf who were sneaking to Iraq, commander told Zaman al-Wasl on Sunday. Asaad Kahil said the Forces of Martyr Ahmad al-Abdo had captured the jihadists who were fleeing the Sweida desert...

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VW 'dieselgate' fraud: Timeline of a scandal

VW 'dieselgate' fraud: Timeline of a scandal

As Volkswagen faces the wrath of investors in the first mass "dieselgate" lawsuit on its home turf, here's a look at how the emissions cheating was uncovered and the fallout for the auto giant: - 2014 - US researchers at the University of West Virginia discover that certain VW...

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Daesh kills senior Air Intelligence officer in southern Syria

Daesh kills senior Air Intelligence officer in southern Syria

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Pro-regime news feeds mourned senior Air Intelligence general who had been killed by Daesh in southern Syria. Brigadier General Imad Muhsen Mohamed, 52, was considered as one of elite Air Force officers who blindly served Bashar al-Assad. Daesh killed the...

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Idlib: rebels retaliate, pound regime bastions

Idlib: rebels retaliate, pound regime bastions

(Zaman Al Wasl)- The National Liberation Front, key rebel group in northwestern Syria, have pounded the Mujanzarat School in Hama province with rocket-propelled grenades in retaliation to the regime's heavy bombing on Idlib province, local activists said Sunday.  The...

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