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PYD militia kills 3 protesters in Amuda

PYD militia kills 3 protesters in Amuda

A Kurdish militia allied with Turkey’s rebel Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) imposed a curfew on the Syrian border town of Amuda on Friday after its forces shot three protesters dead, activists said. The Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD), which has controlled large swathes of Hasakeh...

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Sixteen men killed under torture in Harasta, Syrian Observatory says

Sixteen men killed under torture in Harasta, Syrian Observatory says

The bodies of 16 men who died under torture at the hands of Syria’s feared security forces have been handed to their families, a monitoring group said early Friday. “We have received information of the death under torture at the hands of regime forces of 16 men from Harasta,” said the...

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Syria’s Atmeh refugee camp residents protest over National Coalition negligence

Syria’s Atmeh refugee camp residents protest over National Coalition negligence

  Atmeh's refugee camp continued its open protest that started 3 days ago against the miserable life conditions in Atmeh camp, Syria’s border with Turkey – the final point for refugees crossing into Turkey. Refugees condemned the National Coalition...

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Aleppo Shariah Authority prevents entry of  Flour to areas dominated by Assad

Aleppo Shariah Authority prevents entry of Flour to areas dominated by Assad

  Aleppo's Shariah Authority has issued recently a circular prevents the entry of  Flour material to areas still under the Assad control by officials who are in charge of the granaries and also for traders, Any violation will be subject to penalty. As Syria’s civil...

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Syrian rebels seize a strategic army position in Daraa

Syrian rebels seize a strategic army position in Daraa

Syrian rebels advancing from the Jordanian border seized a strategic army position in the southern city of Daraa on Friday as deadly fighting raged in the surrounding province, a watchdog said. “They seized two buildings in the provincial capital that regime forces were using to keep the...

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Russia criticizes groups setting conditions for Syria talks

Russia criticizes groups setting conditions for Syria talks

Russia  is committed to arranging a peace conference on the  Syria  conflict but other countries and groups are complicating matters by trying to set preconditions, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said on Friday. Lavrov, who will meet U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry...

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Lack of milk, lots of blood in Damascus Suburbs, Smallpox hits the cows

Lack of milk, lots of blood in Damascus Suburbs, Smallpox hits the cows

 Damascus suffered recently from lack of natural milk according the ongoing war in its countryside especially in al-Gouth the basic source for food, meat and milk. Eqtsad( Business newspaper) source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, revealed the risks of losing the main resource for...

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Kurdish militia kills 4 and dozens wounded in Amouda, North Syria

Kurdish militia kills 4 and dozens wounded in Amouda, North Syria

The open hunger strike in Amouda, north-east Syria, turned to be a bloody scene  after an attack by gunshots of PYD,  the Kurdish militia,  killing 4 people and dozens wounded. Activists said.   '' Asayesh militia, the security forces of PYD ( democratic union...

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U.N. chemical weapons team in Turkey to investigate Syria claims

U.N. chemical weapons team in Turkey to investigate Syria claims

U.N.-appointed inspectors, blocked from entering Syria, are in Turkey to gather information about possible use of chemical weapons in the civil war, officials said on Thursday. Members of the team assembled by U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon had been on standby in Cyprus since April,...

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 National Coalition to have an Office in Berlin with German leadership

National Coalition to have an Office in Berlin with German leadership

   The German Government has provided an office to the Syrian National Coalition in Berlin with 3 German employees who will coordinate between the main stream of the Syrian opposition and Germany. Source reported to Zaman Alwasl.   Berlin has chosen Erick...

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Blast kills four in Bab Touma

Blast kills four in Bab Touma

An explosion struck the Christian Bab Touma district in the Old City of Damascus on Thursday in what  Syria n state television said was a suicide bombing. Opposition sources said it was a mortar attack. It was the first major blast reported inside the walls of the Old City, a UNESCO...

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Three reasons to care in Domiz Town

Three reasons to care in Domiz Town

   Domiz Camp is overcrowded – 45,000 people living in a place designed for 25,000 – so people look for other places to live.  Many refugees have moved into the cities and towns of Kurdistan, Iraq. This is where I met Ahmed, Shaheen and Hadija. Three reasons...

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Syria war likely to drag on, Red Cross president says

Syria war likely to drag on, Red Cross president says

The Red Cross said on Thursday it was planning humanitarian operations for an extended conflict in  Syria  in the absence of any sign of a political solution and military stalemate between rebels and government troops. Peter Maurer, president of the International Committee of...

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Talkalakh :Ethnic cleansing by Hezbollah, Shabiha and Assad's Forces

Talkalakh :Ethnic cleansing by Hezbollah, Shabiha and Assad's Forces

  The full Report about Tal Kalakh Prepared by Syrian Network for Human Rights Period covered: 18/6/2013 to 25/6/2013   Lebanese Hezbollah accompanied by Shabiha and Syrian Government's Armed Forces started wide attack in the period...

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Angela Merkel warns against arms in Syria: ‘Incalculable’ risks

Angela Merkel warns against arms in Syria: ‘Incalculable’ risks

German Chancellor Angela Merkel said Thursday that arming Syrian rebels is a bad idea, and parliamentary leaders ought to think long and hard before acting. “The risks would be incalculable,” she said in an address to Parliament, The Associated Press reported. Ms. Merkel also...

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Angelina Jolie wants to adopt Syrian orphan after visiting al-Zaatari Syrian refugee camp

Angelina Jolie wants to adopt Syrian orphan after visiting al-Zaatari Syrian refugee camp

Angelina Jolie and Brad Pitt are said to want two more children and are thinking of adopting a Syrian orphan from a refugee camp in Jordan. Prolific humanitarian Angelina is said to have made the decision in Jordan last week, and hopes the high-profile adoption would help raise awareness of...

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Assad army declares victory in Tal Kalakh

Assad army declares victory in Tal Kalakh

The Assad army, backed by Hezbollah, the Lebanese Shiite group, declared victory over a second city in the central province of Homs, Al Arabiya television channel reported on Wednesday. The city was already under the regime control in most of it Activists said. The...

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Russia reports pullout from Its base in Tartus

Russia reports pullout from Its base in Tartus

 Russia has evacuated all military personnel from its small naval base in Syria, Russian news organizations reported Wednesday. The base, at Tartus on the Mediterranean, has been Russia’s only foothold in the Middle East. Although it is a minor facility, its importance has...

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