Syria

Us Convoy Spotted Transporting Weapons, Logistic Materials To Its Base In Northern Syria

Syrian media have reported that US forces have transported weapons, as well as smuggled oil and stolen wheat, to its bases in Syria and Iraq on multiple occasions, despite the fact that the Syrian Arab Republic has never allowed the American...
Related topics: Iraq, Military

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Syria To Hold Presidential Elections On 26 May, People's Assembly States

The Middle Eastern nation has been engulfed in a civil war since 2011, with various groups of militants fighting against the government, led by Syrian President Bashar Assad.
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Biden Quotes ‘holy Qur’an’ In Ramadan Greeting, Says ‘muslim Americans Have Enriched Our...

My latest in PJ Media: Joe Biden sent Muslims greetings for Ramadan on Monday, and apparently Old Joe’s handlers are worried that maybe the Syria bombing or the appeasement of Iran have alienated the president’s largely Sunni (and Muslim...
Related topics: Joe Biden, Ramadan, Muslim Brotherhood, Iran

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Quality Over Quantity: The Russia Military Is Soviet No More

Michael Peck , Europe Modern Russia’s way of war is much more about finesse and technology. Here's What You Need To Remember: While some forces, such as airborne troops, have performed well in conflicts like Syria, “other units are equipped...
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Lebanon Energy Minister Blames Fuel Shortage On Syria Smuggling

Lebanon’s caretaker energy minister on Thursday blamed the country’s fuel crisis on profiteers who smuggle gasoline into neighbouring Syria. At
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Global Media, Governments Turn Blind Eye To Turkey's Ethnic Cleansing In Afrin

Located in the northwest corner of Syria, the Turkish-controlled Afrin area is largely off limits to foreign journalists. Turkish forces occupied Afrin in late 2018, in an operation dubbed Olive Branch, destroying the Kurdish authority which had
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Kurdish Officials Demand Help With Looming Covid 'catastrophe' In Ne Syria

Kurdish officials in northeast Syria are expressing concerns over a sharp increase in coronavirus cases in their region, calling on international health organizations to intervene to prevent a “humanitarian catastrophe.”   A 10-day curfew went...

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Damascus Condemns, Denies Opcw Report On Use Of Chlorine By Syrian Military On Saraqib

BEIRUT (Sputnik) - Damascus condemns and denies a report by the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) that claimed that the Syrian military used chlorine in the town of Saraqib, the Syrian Foreign Ministry said.
Related topics: Military, Lebanon

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Colin Powell’s Bad Memory

Surely Powell recalls that we were forced to return to Iraq and to Syria because the rise of ISIS jeopardized the Iraqi government.
Related topics: Colin Powell, Iraq, Isis

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Lookout Syria, Turkey Is Building A New Main Battle Tank

Caleb Larson Turkish Army, Europe Ankara’s Altay main battle tank is rather unremarkable when compared to other contemporary tank designs. Here's What You Need to Remember: So despite firm affirmation from Ankara that the Altay tank is a...
Related topics: Turkey, Ankara

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Mass Killing In Myanmar Has 'clear Echoes Of Syria,' Un Human Rights Commissioner Warns. The...

A protester makes a three-finger salute as others march on February 07, 2021 in Yangon, Myanmar. Getty Images Myanmar has "clear echoes of Syria in 2011," UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Michelle Bachelet said Tuesday. The military...
Related topics: Myanmar, Human Rights, Protests, Military

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Reconciliation Center Says Terrorists Shelled Syria's Idlib De-escalation Zone 22 Times

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - Rear Adm. Alexander Karpov, deputy head of the Russian Defense Ministry's Center for Reconciliation of Opposing Sides in Syria, said at a briefing that the Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist group* had shelled Syria's Idlib de-escalation...
Related topics: Terrorism, Russia, Moscow

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Why Lebanon Is Keeping Mum On Syria’s Contentious Oil Exploration Contracts

By DAVID ROMANO AND NAJIA HOUSSARI Two blocks to be explored by Russian firm overlap with Lebanese maritime areas for energy
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Iraqi Kurds Say Major Is Attack On Capital Was Foiled

Iraqi Kurdish officials announced Monday that their counterterrorism unit arrested five Islamic State (IS) suspects who had penetrated the autonomous Kurdistan Region from war-torn Syria to carry out explosions and assassinations in the region's...

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Syria May Have Used Chemical Weapons On Town In 2018, Says Watchdog

The global chemical weapons watchdog has "reasonable grounds to believe" that Syria's air force dropped a chlorine bomb on a residential neighborhood in the rebel-controlled Idlib region in February 2018, a report released on Monday said. There was...

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Us Forces Transported Over 40 Tankers Of Syrian Oil Into Iraq, State Media Report

MOSCOW (Sputnik) - The US forces have transported 41 tankers of oil stolen from the Hasaka province in northern Syria into Iraq, the state-run Syrian Arab News Agency (SANA) reported, citing local sources.
Related topics: Iraq, Russia, Moscow

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Illinois Man Sentenced To 13 Years Behind Bars For Conspiracy To Support Daesh

Edward Schimenti, an Illinois resident, along with another man named Joseph D. Jones, are accused of putting up a conspiracy theory in 2017 to support Daesh so as to travel to Syria to join the militant group.
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How Civil War Turned Syria Into A Russian Military Playground

Sebastien Roblin , Middle East As Syria was a ground war, its unsurprising the VKS workhorses in Syria have been tactical bombers and attack jets specifically designed for that task. Here's What You Need to Remember: Overall, Russian aviation...
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Syria Juice Vendor Gears Up For Ramadan As Crisis Takes Toll

In a busy market in Syria's capital, 53-year-old Ishaaq Kremed serenades customers and agilely pours tamarind juice from the ornate brass jug on his back ahead of Ramadan. The popular street vendor says he usually has more customers during the...
Related topics: Ramadan

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Israel’s Air Force Is Ready To Take On Any Threat

Peter Suciu Israel Air Force, In recent years, Syria and Iran have learned this lesson the hard way. Here's What You Need to Remember: It has been a year where the IAF faced challenges like never before: from aging aircraft platforms to its...
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