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Syria in Last 24 Hours: Army Regains Control of Strategic Towns in Hama Countryside

TEHRAN (FNA)- The Syrian army made major advances in Hama countryside in the Central parts of the country and regained control of strategic towns in there. 660 more words


Annan: Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey supplied Syrian opposition with money and arms

Vienna, (SANA) Former UN Secretary General and former international envoy to Syria Kofi Annan said Qatar, Saudi Arabia and Turkey have supplied the “Syrian opposition” with money and arms. 369 more words


Tunisian girls return home pregnant after ‘Jihad al-Nikah’ (sexual Jihad) in Syria

A number of Tunisian girls who had travelled to Syria to perform “Jihad al-Nikah” or “sexual Jihad” there have returned back home pregnant, Tunisian Interior Minister Lotfi Bin Jeddo says. 303 more words


Al-Qaeda, FSA militants clash near Turkish border

Terrorists linked to al-Qaeda have overrun a Syrian town near the border with Turkey after fierce clashes broke out with units of the so-called Free Syrian Army militant group. 320 more words


Footage of chemical attack in Syria is fraud

An image grab taken from a video uploaded on YouTube by the Arbeen unified press office on August 21, 2013 shows a man comforting a Syrian girl in shock as she screams in Arabic “I am alive” following an attack in which Syrian opposition claim the regime used chemical weapons in eastern Ghouta, on the outskirts of Damascus (AFP Photo) 1,621 more words


Syria army launches Deir ez-Zor operation

Syrian soldiers have launched an operation against foreign-backed militants in the eastern city of Deir ez-Zor to retake areas occupied by terrorist groups.

The army hit militant forces in Hawiqa district on Tuesday with tanks and multiple rocket launchers, and also battled them in territory separating Hawiqa from the district of Joura, opposition sources in the city said. 164 more words


Syrian conflict in stalemate, but Assad is stronger, Cameron says

The Syrian government may have got “stronger” in recent months, but more can be done to help Syria’s opposition forces, David Cameron has said.

The UK Prime Minister told the BBC there was a “stalemate” on the ground, but work must continue internationally to try to find a solution. 157 more words