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Kremlin rejects US report blaming Russia for civilian deaths in Syria's East Ghouta
Moscow has denied a US claim that Russian fighter jets carried out airstrikes in Syria's militant-held Eastern Ghouta and reportedly killed scores of civilians since the start of the week.
Turkey: Whoever helps Kurd militia in Syria is 'legitimate target'
Turkey on Wednesday said it would consider a "legitimate target" any group that comes to the aid of Kurdish militia in Afrin in northern Syria.
Syrian forces enter Afrin; Turkey ‘shells’ area
Syrian state television showed a convoy of Syrian forces entering the Kurdish-held Afrin region on Tuesday to help fend off a Turkish assault.
Putin, Erdogan stress Iran's coordination on Syria
Russian President Vladimir Putin held a telephone conversation with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan to discuss the situation in Syria during which they also confirmed cooperation with Iran, official sources said.
Kurdish forces in Syria deny reaching agreement with Damascus over Afrin support
The US-backed People's Protection Units (YPG) have denied reaching an agreement with Damascus over Syrian troops being deployed to Afrin to fend off a Turkish offensive.
US vows to probe Syria attack involving Russians
US Defense Secretary James Mattis has pledged to investigate an alleged attack involving a group of Russian private military contractors on US-backed opposition forces in Syria but stopped short of accusing Moscow of orchestrating the assault.
Syria’s Kurds claim striking positions in Turkey
A Kurdish-led alliance in northern Syria said late Saturday it had targeted military positions in Turkey, which is leading an offensive against a Kurdish-controlled enclave.
Syria’s downing of Israeli warplane 'very big' achievement, Hezbollah chief says
The secretary general of the Lebanese Hezbollah resistance movement has praised the recent downing of an Israeli F-16 fighter jet by the Syrian air defense systems as a “very big military achievement.”
US, Turkey agree to mend ties; Turks propose joint deployment in Syria
The United States and Turkey agreed on Friday to try to rescue a strategic relationship that Washington acknowledged had reached a crisis point, with Turkey proposing a joint deployment in Syria if a US-backed Kurdish militia leaves a border area.
Russia says five of its citizens may have been killed by US warplanes in Syria
Moscow says five Russian citizens may have been killed in recent attacks by US warplanes on pro-government forces in the eastern Syrian province of Dayr al-Zawr.
Supporting terrorists, main objective of US-led coalition: Syria
Syria’s ambassador to the UN says the prime objective of the US-led military coalition, which is purportedly fighting the Daesh Takfiri group, is supporting terrorists operating in the Arab country.
First UN aid convoy reaches Syria’s Eastern Ghouta
An aid convoy has for the first time this year reached the Eastern Ghouta region near Syrian capital of Damascus.
US pushes on Russia to use its leverage on Syria
The United States has urged Russia to use its leverage over Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to end the conflict as the UN envoy warned of a "worrying and dangerous" moment in the nearly seven-year bloodshed.
Iran’s Velayati defends presence in Syria, urges US forces to leave
A senior advisor to Iran’s Leader Ayatollah Seyyed Ali Khamenei said on Wednesday that Iran’s military advisory presence in Syria is legitimate and based on the invitation of Damascus, and called on the US forces to leave the country.
US may seek longer stay in Syria to create quasi-state: Russia
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has warned of a possible plan by the United States to continue its military presence in Syria for a long term in an attempt to create a “quasi-state” in the eastern areas of the country.

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