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Lebanese Army makes gains against Daesh on Syrian border
The Lebanese military managed to wrest control of several areas near the Syrian border in its latest push against the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group operating in the region.
IRGC: Iran standing by Syria to final victory
Iran is standing by the Syrian people and government to the final victory, said Lieutenant Commander of Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) Brigadier General Hossein Salami on Monday.
Army kills 25 Daesh terrorists in central Syria
The Syrian Army backed by Russian warplanes and helicopters killed 25 members of the Daesh terror group in central Syria, a monitor said Sunday.
Syria's lost generation: Refugee children at work
Less than half of Lebanon's school-aged Syrian refugee children enrolled in school last year, and it is expected that at least 50 percent will drop out of classes by the time they are nine years old. Half of the remaining number will leave school by 10, according to the United Nations.
Syrian Army takes new areas in Homs, Raqqa
Syria’s Army units, in cooperation with the backup forces, established full control over Sukhneh city, 70 km northeast of Palmyra in the eastern countryside of Homs Province after launching intensive operations against Daesh terrorists.
Syria liberates last Daesh stronghold in Homs
The Syrian army and its allied forces have flushed out Takfiri Daesh terrorists from their last stronghold in Syria’s sprawling central province of Homs.
US-led coalition must be transparent on airstrikes in Syria: Rights groups
Human rights groups have expressed concerns over the mounting civilian cost of airstrikes being carried out by the US-led coalition purportedly fighting Takfiri Daesh terrorists in Syria, stressing that the military contingent must be more transparent in how it makes targeting decisions.
Syrian opposition announces plans on de-escalation zone
The Syrian opposition said in a statement obtained by Sputnik that it has plans to achieve a new agreement on the de-escalation zones in the crisis-torn country.
Lebanon's army prepares to clear border area of Daesh
Lebanon's military is gearing up for a long-awaited assault to dislodge hundreds of Daesh terrorists from a remote corner near Syrian border, seeking to end a years-long threat posed to neighboring towns and villages by the terror group.
New Syrian flashpoint: Tensions in Idlib pose a threat to the 'entire world'
Escalating tensions and clashes between militant groups in the Syrian province of Idlib threaten to introduce a fresh wave of bloodshed to the war-torn Middle Eastern country.
Tehran holding expert meeting on Syria talks
Experts from Russia, Iran and Turkey are participating in a meeting in the Iranian capital on preparation for the next round of Astana talks on the settlement of ongoing crisis in Syria.
Syria's traditional oud-making on the decline
One of Syria's last traditional lute makers, Antoun Tawil waits in vain in his Damascus workshop for orders of the oud — an instrument his country was once renowned for producing.
Shamkhani: US strikes in Syria’s Raqqa amount to genocide
Iran's top security official said US airstrikes on Syria’s northern province of Raqqa using banned weapons amount to genocide in the war-stricken Arab country
Syrian army takes Daesh-held town of al-Sukhna in Homs
Syrian government troops and allied forces have taken the last major Daesh-held town in Homs Province, according to a monitor.
Syria's doll-makers: 'I protect my children's dreams'
More than 465,000 people have died in Syria's war and more than 12 million have been displaced — but two young women are determined to keep the humanity of those affected from disappearing into the numbers.

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