Tuesday, October 16, 2018

Al-Moallem: The victory of Syria and Iraq in war on terrorism is important for the whole world

Damascus, Deputy Prime Minister, Foreign and Expatriates Minister Walid al-Moallem affirmed that the victory of Syria and Iraq in the war on terrorism is important for all countrie

Amnesty International: US-led coalition’s rejection to admit killing civilians in Raqqa terrible

Syrian Interior Minister confirms reopening of Jaber Nasseb Crossing tomorrow

Army makes new advance in al-Safa hills, Sweida

EXTREMIST GROUPS REMAIN IN SYRIA’S DEMILITARIZED ZONE AS DEADLINE PASSES

DAMASCUS, The deadline for the withdrawal of extremist militants from the demilitarized zone in northern Syria passed without their evacuation, a war monitor reported on Monday. Th

QUICK REOPENING OF BORDER CROSSING WITH IRAQ IMPORTANT: SYRIA’S FM

Daily Press Briefing by the Office of the Spokesperson for the Secretary General

Iran’s Growing Influence in Syria Sparks Concern

REOPENING SYRIAN-IRAQI BORDER CROSSINGS “IMMINENT”: IRAQI FM

DAMASCUS, Reopening of the Iraqi-Syrian border crossings becomes imminent as it is not only important on the political and economic levels but also on the humanitarian level, visit

Early Warnings Must Trigger Rapid Responses to Rights Abuses, High Commissioner Tells Third Committee as Experts Call for Upholding Commitments against Torture

Jordan, Syria to reopen border

(UPDATE) Aoun tackles developments with Baabda visitors, praises opening of Naseeb crossing

SYRIA CALLS FOR IN’L INVESTIGATION INTO U.S COALITION’S “CRIMES”

DAMASCUS, The Syrian Foreign Ministry on Sunday called for an international investigation into the "crimes" of the U.S.-led coalition, following a recent attack with white phosphor

Syria, Jordan Officially Reopen Border Crossing

Quneitra crossing reopened

Turkey detains 5 over migrant truck crash that killed 22

Buffer Zone Brings Fragile Calm to Syria’s Rebel-Held Idlib

Three killed, three injured by landmines left behind by terrorists in Daraa

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