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Saudis, UAE Reconcile Themselves to Defeat in Syria, Prepare to Work With Assad

At the most obvious level, it signals the realization among the Gulf States that the brutal war to overthrow the Syrian government has ended. But the pragmatism is stunning. There isn’t even going to be any ‘cooling-off’ period!


US officials believe former Marine captain held hostage in Syria for 6 years is still alive

Robert O’Brien, the special presidential envoy for hostage affairs, told reporters at theNational Press Clubin Washington on Tuesday that the U.S. government believes Tice is alive.


Syrian Army continues mass mobilization of troops in northern Syria

According to a military source in Damascus, the Syrian Army sent a large number of reinforcement to the town of Ma’adan, which is located just south of Tabaqa city in western Al-Raqqa


Car plant shows limits to Iran's economic ambitions in Syria

Instead of the 50-60 cars a day it assembled before the war, it now makes only three or four, and dozens of vehicles gather dust in its warehouse because even when discounts are offered, too few Syrians can afford them.

JERUSALEM POST - 2018-11-14 15:51:00

Syrian Army mass reinforces northern Syria in response to Turkey's upcoming Euphrates operation

BEIRUT, LEBANON (12:00 P.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has sent a large number of reinforcements to northern Syria this week in response to the upcoming Turkish military operation east of the Euphrates, a source told Al-Masdar News on Tuesday.


This Economic Trick Will Stabilize Syria

For Bashar al-Assad, Vladimir Putin, and the mullahs in Iran, the diplomatic track has taken the form of trying to attract international reconstruction investment by attempting to convince the world that the war is over and Syria is stable. The political path they are tied to is the Astana process,


Syria and Iran to Start New Phase of Economic Cooperation

The Iranian Minister of Economic Affairs and Finance, Farhad Dejpasand, underlined the necessity of enhancing Iranian-Syrian economic relations and upgrading them to the level of the distinguished political relations.


US Embassy In Syria Tweets About Jarabulus Amid Turkey's Role In Northern Syria - Tsarizm

In a tweet on November 8 the US Embassy in Syria highlighted a new video about northern Syria. “Watch local people in Jarablus describing how medical services improved after liberation from Daesh,” the tweet noted. It used the “#LifeAfterDaesh” hashtag, which has been used to highlight life returnin


British Veteran & The Dog He Rescued In Syria Reunite After 7 Months Apart

Sean Laidlaw was more than happy to leave war-torn Syria behind when his contract as an independent bomb disposal expert was cancelled in April. The hardest part was saying goodbye to the puppy he rescued and fell in love with during his service.Now, thanks to a military charity devoted to helping d


Israel allegedly trains to destroy Syria's new air defense systems (photos)

Osa and Kvadrat surface-to-air missile systems were supplied to Syria by the Soviet Union, and are known by the NATO codenames SA-8 and SA-6, respectively.


Lebanese Christian civil war foes shake hands, make up after 40 years

BEIRUT (Reuters) - Christian rivals from the Lebanese civil war, Samir Geagea and Suleiman Frangieh, shook hands with each other on Wednesday, marking a formal reconciliation to end more than four decades of enmity.

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Syria Daily: Assad Regime Looks to Iran for Money - EA WorldView

Iran has been essential in propping up the Assad regime, providing billions of dollars in support through provision of oil and lines of credits. However, the Islamic Republic’s economy has serious problems, amid long-term mismanagement and American pressure, with production, investment, trade, emplo


Syria extends time for post-war property claims under disputed law

FILE PHOTO: Syrian army soldiers ride on a motorbike through rubble in al-Hajar al-Aswad, Syria May 21, 2018. REUTERS/Omar Sanadiki/File Photo


Coalition air strikes killed 28 in eastern Syria: monitor

"On Tuesday, 22 bodies of civilians were retrieved including nine children, as well as the remains of six other people not yet identified," Observatory chief Rami Abdel Rahman said.


Syria and Iran Vow to Continue Fighting Terrorism

The meeting was attended by Presidential Political and Media Advisor Bouthaina Shaaban, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faysal al-Mikdad, Director of Asia Department at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates and the Iranian Ambassador in Damascus.


US names son of Hezbollah leader Nasrallah terrorist

The US State Department designated Jawad Nasrallah, son ofHezbollahleader Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah, a terrorist and accused him of carrying out attacks againstIsraelin the occupied West Bank.


U.S offers $5 m. reward for the capture of Hamas leader Saleh al-Arouri

The US State Department has announced a $5 million reward for information which would lead to the capture of Deputy Hamas Politburo Chairman Saleh al-Arouri and two senior Hezbollah members.Born in 1966 in a village near Ramallah, Saleh Arouri is one of the founders of Hamas’s military wing the Izze


The world is forgetting about Syria

When was Syria last in the headlines? When has a Western leader made a statement recently, in which Syria was again the center of attention? Interest in Syria has disappeared. The country’s civil war, nearing...


Rumors in Syria… The signs of war

Enab Baladi’s Investigation TeamDuring the Syrian revolution, the media outlets intervened to convey the reality of what was happening on the ground and contributed to the transfer of the Syrian issue from the local to the world public opinion. However, they played also negative roles that prolonged


Bashing and Blaming: How Junpei Yasuda Was 'Welcomed' After Release from Syria | JAPAN Forward

When journalist Junpei Yasuda returned to Tokyo on October 25, observers worldwide who had been following his case were expecting he’d be given a warm welcome. He had, after all, just been released from captivity in Syria that lasted three years and almost four months.