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5 Syrian soldiers killed near Palmyra

On Thursday around noon, a jihadist hit-and-run operation on the southern vicinity of Palmyra caught a unit of the Syrian Arab Army (SAA) off-guard, resulting in the death of a handful of government troops. According to a bulletin released by Amaq Agency, the ISIS raid targeted a SAA outpost at ...

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Kefraya and Foua Martyrs Laid to rest in Sayyeda Zainab Area in Damascus Countryside

[26th April 2017] The blessed bodies of 52 martyrs from the towns of Kefraya and al-Foua who embraced martyrdom in a terrorist bombing in al-Rashidin area west of Aleppo were laid to rest on Wednesday in the town of al-Sayyeda Zainab in Damascus Countryside. Upon the bodies’ arrival from Aleppo, ...

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Syrian Army Kills More of ISIL Terrorists in Deir Ezzor

A number of the ISIL terrorists were killed and others were injured in intensive operations carried out by the Syrian Army and Armed Forces units against their gatherings and infiltration axes in the surroundings of Deir Ezzor City. SANA’s reporter in Deir Ezzor said that an army unit on Wednesday ...

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31 Killed in Damascus Court House Bombing

A terrorist bomb explosion has rocked a court building in the Syrian capital Damascus, leaving scores of people dead and injured. Syria’s official news agency SANA reported that Takfiri terrorists detonated a bomb on Wednesday in the Palace of Justice, a court house in the capital’s al-Hamidiyah district, killing 31 ...

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Syria’s Water Cut Off By Turkey Following McCain, Erdogan Meeting

Senator John McCain in Syria with members of the U.S.-backed rebel group Northern Storm

While some measure of stability has returned to pockets of northern Syria following the Syrian Army’s recent liberation of al-Qaeda from Aleppo and elsewhere, external forces seem determined to keep the region volatile, regardless of the cost. In the latest example of aggressive foreign intervention in Syria, Turkey, which has ...

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Syria Paying Price for Not Bowing to US, Saudi and Allies

The United States along with its Western and regional allies have imposed a devastating war on Syria, because the Damascus government and the Syrian people have tried to maintain their independence, says Edward Corrigan, a human rights attorney from Ontario. “They (the US Front) plans to destroy Syria, to punish ...

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Analyst Optimistic about Syria Peace Talks in Astana

International Meeting on Syrian Settlement, Astana, January 23-24, 2017

TEHRAN (Tasnim) – London-based political analyst and Islamic scholar believes that since Turkey has “removed its ambitions on Syria” and chosen to help stabilise the Middle East region, the ongoing peace talks in the Kazakh capital of Astana can yield good results. “As long as Turkey has removed its ambitions ...

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Iran sends two more consignments of relief aid to Syria’s Aleppo

The Islamic Republic of Iran has dispatched two more consignments of humanitarian aid to people in Syria’s recently-liberated northwestern city of Aleppo. President of the Iranian Red Crescent Society (IRCS) Amir Mohsen Ziaee told the Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) News Agency that the body had sent 70 tonnes ...

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Aerial Footage of Aleppo Evacuation

Aerial footage shows evacuation operation of militants from eastern neighbourhoods in Aleppo to Al-Rashidin neighbourhood in west Aleppo.     The video was released by Hezbollah’s Military Media Center. Source: al-Manar

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Terrorists Resort to 7-Year-Old Girl to Carry out Suicide Bombing in Damascus

In continuation of their atrocious crimes against the entire humanity, the takfiri terrorists chose a seven-year-old girl to carry out a suicide bombing in Syria’s capital Damascus, according to Al-Manar reporter. In details, the female kid, holding a hidden explosive belt, entered a police station in Midan neighbourhood in Damascus ...

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