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Greece faces fresh calls to probe migrant deaths at its Turkish border
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U.N labels Syrian, Russian airstrikes war crimes
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Musicians honour Syrian world heritage site with performance in Italy
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Syria's war: Families of detainees wait for closure
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Syrian dancers return to studio after lockdown
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Turkish lira becomes the currency of choice in northern Syria
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Syria's war: Activists call for release of political prisoners
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US sanctions on Syria: Caesar Act to take effect on Wednesday
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UN Syria envoy warns of nationwide economic crisis
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Caesar Act: Fresh sanctions on Syria could worsen Lebanon economy
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France repatriates ten children of French jihadists from Syria
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Refugee tents to be replaced with homes in Syria
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U.S. hits Syria with toughest sanctions yet
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Can the new US sanctions on Syria bring down Assad’s regime?
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Kurdish women volunteer to protect crops from ISIL
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Racial justice signs destined for Smithsonian exhibit
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Daniel Burke: Terror charges dropped against British ex-soldier who fought against Isis in SyriaProsecutors have dropped terror charges against a former British Army soldier who volunteered with Kudish fighters in Syria.
Father and son 'left in limbo' by failed terror caseAll Britons accused of terror offences linked to a Kurdish militia in Syria have been cleared.
Children held in Islamic State group camps 'are a time bomb'The Islamic State group says it will try to free women and children from detention camps in Syria.
Facebook bans 'loot-to-order' antiquities tradeThe move follows a BBC investigation into items looted in Syria and Iraq being sold on Facebook.
U.N. mulls proposal to reopen Iraq crossing for pandemic aid to SyriaThe United Nations Security Council is considered a proposal to reopen a border crossing from Iraq into Syria for six months to allow the delivery of humanitarian aid to help millions of Syrian..
Iran rejects U.S. sanctions on Syria, vows to boost trade with allyIran on Thursday condemned as inhumane a fresh round of U.S. sanctions against its regional ally Syria and said it would expand its trade ties with Damascus.
In rebel Syria, some welcome sanctions but fear for economyIn the last bastion of the rebellion against President Bashar al-Assad, Syrians who fled his rule see new U.S. sanctions as a step in the right direction but say they must be shielded from any fallout..
Syria says new tougher U.S. sanctions breach international lawSyria said Washington's toughest sanctions against President Bashar al-Assad's government, which came to effect on Wednesday, violated international law.
French court finds Bashar al-Assad's uncle guilty of property fraudThe exiled uncle of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad was found guilty on Wednesday of acquiring millions of euros worth of French property using funds diverted from the Syrian state, and sentenced to..
U.S. hits Syria with toughest sanctions yet to push Assad to end warThe United States on Wednesday imposed its toughest sanctions ever targeting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to choke off revenue for his government in a bid to force it back to United Nations-led..
Bashar al-Assad's uncle has £26m London property seized in fraud caseA French court has ordered the seizure of a £26m London property belonging to the uncle of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad after he was found guilty of fraud.
Syrian president's uncle jailed for money launderingRifaat al-Assad is sentenced to four years for laundering money to build a French property empire.
Syria war: New US sanctions target Assad government's foreign backersThere are fears the measures will make the plight of ordinary Syrians even more desperate.
U.S. to impose sanctions aimed at blocking Syria military victoryThe United States will impose sanctions on Wednesday aimed at cutting off revenue for Syrian President Bashar al Assad's government in a bid to push it back into United Nations-led negotiations and..
For Syrian family with 16 children, life at Turkish border only gets harderProviding for 16 children including four sets of twins is only getting harder for Ahmad Yassin al-Ali and his wife Fawza Umri, Syrians who were forced to flee their home nearly a decade ago and are now..
What do new U.S. sanctions mean for Syria?The toughest U.S. sanctions yet on Syria take effect this week, increasing the pressure on President Bashar al-Assad as he grapples with a deepening economic crisis after a decade of war.
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Turkey and Russia put off talks expected to tackle Libya and SyriaRussia and Turkey have postponed ministerial-level talks which were expected to focus on Libya and Syria, where the two countries support opposing sides in long-standing conflicts.
Artists around the world pay tribute to George FloydProtests against racism triggered by the death of African American George Floyd have inspired art around the world, from murals in Syria and Pakistan to graffiti in Nairobi.
Syria's Assad removes prime minister as economic hardship growsSyrian President Bashar al Assad on Thursday dismissed prime minister Imad Khamis, state media said, in a move that follows weeks of deepening economic hardship and a rare outbreak of anti-Assad..
Syria's Assad replaces prime minister: state mediaSyrian President Bashar al Assad on Thursday removed prime minister Imad Khamis from the post he has occupied since 2016, state media said, in a move that follows weeks of deepening economic..
Syria war: Druze city of Suweida rocked by rare anti-Assad protestsThe Druze minority has largely stayed on the sidelines as most of the country has waged civil war.
Protests hit Druze city in Syria for fourth dayHundreds of Syrians in the mainly Druze city of Sweida took to the streets for a fourth day on Wednesday, protesting worsening economic conditions and demanding the downfall of Syrian President Bashar..
Turkey says radical groups trying to disrupt Idlib ceasefireRadical groups in Syria's northwestern Idlib region are trying to disrupt a three-month-old ceasefire reached by Turkey and Russia but the agreement still stands, Turkish Defence Minister Hulusi Akar..
Erdogan says will not let Syria's Idlib become conflict zone againPresident Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday the Syrian government was increasing provocations in northwest Syria's Idlib region and that Turkey would not allow it to become a conflict zone again.
Putin and Merkel discuss Syria, Libya, Ukraine in phone call: KremlinRussian President Vladimir Putin and German Chancellor Angela Merkel discussed Syria's humanitarian aid needs in a telephone call, the Kremlin said in a statement on Tuesday.
Air strikes break truce in rebel towns in Syria's northwest: witnessesMilitary jets on Monday bombed several villages in rebel-held northwestern Syria in the first such air strikes since a Turkish-Russian deal produced a ceasefire over three months ago that halted major..
Exclusive: Russian hiring of Syrians to fight in Libya accelerated in MayA Russian drive to recruit Syrians to fight in Libya for militia leader Khalifa Haftar accelerated in May when hundreds of mercenaries were signed up, five Syrian opposition sources and a regional..
Turkish soldier killed, two wounded in Syria's Idlib, defence ministry saysOne Turkish soldier was killed and two were wounded in the northwestern Syrian region of Idlib on Friday in an attack on an armoured ambulance, Turkey's Defence Ministry said.
Syrian court orders Syriatel placed under judicial custodyA Syrian court has ordered that Syriatel, owned by prominent businessman Rami Makhlouf, be placed under judicial custody amid a high-profile dispute over arrears, according to a document posted on the..
Syria says Israeli jets flying over Lebanon raid military base in Hama provinceSyria state media said Thursday Israeli jets flying over Lebanon hit military targets in northwestern Hama province causing only material damage, in Israel's latest escalation of raids in the last few..
Syrian air defences intercept missiles in Hama province: state mediaSyrian air defences thwarted an unidentified missile attack on a city in northwestern Hama province, state media said on Thursday.
Russia sends second batch of fighter jets to Syria: embassyRussia flew a batch of advanced MiG-29 fighter jets to Syria, Moscow's embassy in Damascus said, with Syrian pilots already using the planes to conduct missions within the country's airspace.
Russia and Turkey risk turning Libya into another SyriaGen Haftar's forces have been beaten back from Tripoli but that does not mean peace is at hand.
Russia to hold talks with Syria about obtaining more facilities, maritime access: IfaxPresident Vladimir Putin has ordered Russia's defence and foreign ministries to hold talks with Syria for Moscow to obtain additional facilities and maritime access in Syria, the Interfax news agency..
Turkish soldier killed in Syria's Idlib after explosion along M4 highway: ministryA Turkish soldier was killed in the northwestern Syrian region of Idlib on Wednesday after an explosion along the M4 highway, Turkey's Defence Ministry said in a statement.
France sees Syria scenario being replicated in Libya: ministerFrench Foreign Minister Jean-Yves le Drian said on Wednesday the situation in Libya was very worrying, warning the Syria scenario was being replicated in the country.
U.S. sanctions advisory raises hurdles for global maritime industryShip owners and insurers say it may be impossible for the maritime industry to fully comply with the Trump administration’s new guidelines on how to avoid sanctions penalties related to Iran, North..
Roadside bomb in Syria's Idlib wounds Turkish soldiers: DemirorenA roadside bomb exploded in Syria's northwestern region of Idlib as a Turkish military convoy passed by, Demiroren news agency reported on Wednesday.
Syria eases coronavirus curbs, new cases jump after expats returnSyria said on Monday it would lift an overnight curfew starting Tuesday and allow movement between governorates, easing coronavirus lockdown measures even as the health ministry reported the largest..
Syria lifts night-time curfew from Tuesday, allows movement between governoratesSyria announced on Monday it will lift a night-time curfew, starting Tuesday evening, and will allow movement between governorates, state television said.
Syria records 20 new coronavirus cases in largest single-day increaseSyria reported 20 new cases of the novel coronavirus on Monday, the largest single-day increase to date, the health ministry said.
'I felt the government was coming after my colleagues': Syrian NHS cleaner on why he spoke out against 'unjust' policy for migrant staff'It felt very personal because those are the people I work alongside,' he says
Trump, Erdogan discussed need for 'rapid de-escalation' in Libya: White HouseU.S. President Donald Trump and Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday discussed turmoil in Libya and Syria, as well as reopening economies around the world amid the global coronavirus pandemic,..
Trump and Erdogan discuss Libya, Syria in call: AnkaraU.S. President Donald Trump and Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan agreed to continue close military and political cooperation in a phone call in which Libya and Syria were discussed, the Turkish..
Suspect killed in Texas Navy base shooting identified as Syrian-born U.S. citizenThe suspect killed at the scene of Thursday's "terrorism-related" shooting at a U.S. naval air base in Texas has been identified as 20-year-old Adam Aalim Alsahli, a Syrian-born U.S. citizen, federal..
FBI identifies slain suspect in Texas Navy base shootingThe suspect killed at the scene of Thursday's "terrorism-related" shooting at a U.S. naval air base in Texas has been identified as 20-year-old Adam Aalim Alsahli, a Syrian-born U.S. citizen, federal..