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Ongoing clashes in Aleppo suburb killing 6 rebels, 10 Assad soldiers

Ongoing clashes in Aleppo suburb killing 6 rebels, 10 Assad soldiers

   Rebels of Salah al-Din neighborhood in Aleppo achieved an important progress, field source told Zaman Alwasl. Free Syrian Army Fighters have made gains near 'Sahabi' Bilal's Mosque, which is very close from the base of Assad forces in Hamdaniya stadium....

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Al-Qaeda affiliates with FSA to retake strategic town

Al-Qaeda affiliates with FSA to retake strategic town

Al-Qaeda linked-groups with FSA rebels are very close to retake   a strategic town in northern Syria,  field sources told Zaman Alwasl.   The Islamic State in Iraq and and al-Sham  and Jabhat al-Nusrah have cut off Assad forces' only supply route out of...

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 Syrian rebels kill 40 Hezbollah, Iraqi fighters near Damscus: Activists say

Syrian rebels kill 40 Hezbollah, Iraqi fighters near Damscus: Activists say

40 militants from the Iranian-backed militias, Hezbollah and Abu al-Fadhel al-Abbas have been killed in rebels' ambush near the Shiite Shrine, Sayyedah Zeinab in Damascus suburbs.   Hezbollah have been battling alongside Syrian regime forces in an attempt to...

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Fire from Syria wounds Israeli soldier on Golan Heights

Fire from Syria wounds Israeli soldier on Golan Heights

Two mortar bombs fired from  Syria  hit an Israeli military post on the occupied Golan Heights on Wednesday, wounding an Israeli soldier, in an incident that drew Israeli return fire, the military said. Initial reports suggested the mortars were stray fire from Syria's civil...

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Syrian opposition leader speaks on U.S.-Russian deal

Syrian opposition leader speaks on U.S.-Russian deal

The head of the Syrian opposition coalition’s interim government, Ahmad Tohmeh, has aired his thoughts on the U.S.-Russian deal to destroy the Syrian regime’s chemical stockpile within a year. In an interview with Al Arabiya, Tohmeh said the deal was reached between the two parties in a...

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Syrian scientists Dina Katabi, Fadel Adib invent Wi-Vi system let you see people through walls

Syrian scientists Dina Katabi, Fadel Adib invent Wi-Vi system let you see people through walls

It isn't exactly Superman-like X-ray vision, but cheap, low-power Wi-Fi technology is gaining more attention as a remote sensing tool, according to Cnet website. Do you really wish you had X-ray vision? Sure, it would be fun to see what your neighbors are doing behind those walls -- until...

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Chemical watchdog seeks temporary Syria ceasefire

Chemical watchdog seeks temporary Syria ceasefire

The head of the world's chemical weapons watchdog called Wednesday for a temporary ceasefire in Syria's civil war to ensure that disarmament deadlines are met. “I think if some temporary ceasefires can be established, I think those targets could be reached,” Organisation for the...

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Al-Qaeda linked-groups launch suicide bombs against Assad's forces

Al-Qaeda linked-groups launch suicide bombs against Assad's forces

    Al-Qaeda linked-groups launched suicide bombs against Syrian regime north Syria Sources loyal to the Islamic State in Iraq and and al-Sham said ISIS's Jihadist in cooperation with Jabahat al-Nusrah had carried out a 'Martyrdom Operation by explosive belts...

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Syria's Muslim Brotherhood should learn of Egyptian Experience: MB 'Neo-Conservatives' say

Syria's Muslim Brotherhood should learn of Egyptian Experience: MB 'Neo-Conservatives' say

  "Lessons of the Egyptian Experience ", a  special paper attributed to the 'Neo-Conservatives' of Syria's Muslim Brotherhood Movement, demanded being cautious from Saudi Arabia and to deal with the revolution with 'Stock market' logic. The paper which has...

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The Lone Family: Life in a Syrian Ghost Town

The Lone Family: Life in a Syrian Ghost Town

  In better times, Idlib Province in northwestern Syria was a major production center for olives, cotton, fruits and textiles. But since the early days of the bloody conflict in Syria, it has been a rebel stronghold and the scene of heavy fighting. Civilians fled the carnage...

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Rebels' Military Chief meets U.S Ambassador Robert Ford in Istanbul

Rebels' Military Chief meets U.S Ambassador Robert Ford in Istanbul

The official Twitter page of the U.S. Embassy in Damascus posted a photo gathered leaders from the Syrian opposition between them the chairman of rebels' Joint Chiefs of Staff, Gen. Salim Idriss with Mr. Robert Ford the U.S. ambassador to Damascus was took in Istanbul ....

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ISIS after controlling Azaz, opens new Shariah court and Police station

ISIS after controlling Azaz, opens new Shariah court and Police station

  Emir of The Islamic State of Iraq an al-Sham, al-Qaeda affiliate group, declared  opening  a new Shariah court and Police station on Thursday in 'the new Islamic Emirate', Azaz, according to his twitter account .   The Sate new ...

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Putin suggests large Muslim nations join Syria peace talks

Putin suggests large Muslim nations join Syria peace talks

Russian President praises Syrian cooperation with chemical weapon removal, proposes other countries' participation Russian President Vladimir Putin said Tuesday that Syria was "very actively" cooperating with international chemical weapons inspectors and suggested Indonesia join...

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Syria's cultural heritage among threatened sites

Syria's cultural heritage among threatened sites

The cultural heritage of the entire nation of Syria is on the World Monuments Fund's 2014 watch list. The group said Tuesday the landmarks it chooses are threatened by neglect, overdevelopment, or social, political and economic change. It listed 67 sites in 41 countries and territories....

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Syria's Most Important Rebels Are Islamists, and We Have to Work With Them Anyway

Syria's Most Important Rebels Are Islamists, and We Have to Work With Them Anyway

The balance shifted toward Islamists because we didn't support the rebels enough. And now, the U.S. is even less willing to support the rebels. The announcement of a new  Islamist "alliance  " in Syria—bringing together the largest and most influential rebel factions—is...

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Iran has occupied Syria, opposition chief says

Iran has occupied Syria, opposition chief says

 Syria National Coalition President Ahmed al-Jarba said Iran has occupied Syria. “Iran must not have the role of the middle in the Syria talks because it has occupied Syria,” he said. The SNC has also called on the Lebanese Hezbollah to evacuate Syrian soil....

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Draft Resolution to reconstruct Opposition National Council

Draft Resolution to reconstruct Opposition National Council

Translation by Yusra Ahmed -  Zaman Alwasl has obtained a draft resolution to re-establish the opposition group, Syrian National Council, that will be discussed in upcoming SNC meeting 11th October. The draft proposal identifies the council which consists of 15 Syrian...

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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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