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Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has tentative plans to visit Russian-backed Crimea in April 2019 and is in talks about starting regular passenger flights between Syria and the Black Sea peninsula, Russian news agencies said on Tuesday. [Read More]
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has tentative plans to visit Crimea in April 2019 and is in talks about starting regular passenger flights between Syria and the Black Sea peninsula, Russian news agencies reported on Tuesday. [Read More]
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Brothers Abu Eliyas and Abu Yousef have fought at opposite ends of the insurgency against Syrian President Bashar al-Assad. [Read More]
Before President Barack Obama authorized clandestine operations to defeat Syrian President Bashar al Assad in 2013, he asked the CIA to write the history - Charles Glass for Antiwar.com Original... [Read More]
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WESTERN leaders have quietly dropped their demands for the removal of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad as they search for a solution to end the war-torn country's bloody seven-year conflict, according to a senior Russian diplomat. [Read More]
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The Syrian government Tuesday announced an amnesty for army deserters and those who avoided military service, a gesture that could draw thousands of refugees who fled violence back to the country. Syrian President Bashar Assad issued the decree, granting "a general amnesty from all punishment"... [Read More]
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This was very unexpected. Nikki Haley, America's ambassador to the United Nations, has just resigned, according to multiple news outlets — leaving the US administration devoid of one of its more hawkish and mainstream Republican voices. It's still exactly unclear why Haley chose to leave now, which is why the move comes as quite a surprise. Haley was widely regarded as one of the strongest members of Trump's foreign policy team. She used much of her time at the UN to criticize Russia for its support of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and to champion human rights, even at times... [Read More]
Syrian President Bashar Assad has granted general amnesty to army deserters both within Syria and those outside the country. [Read More]
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Middle East News: Syrian President Bashar Assad has granted general amnesty to army deserters both within Syria and those outside the country.A decree published by stat... [Read More]
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Syrian President Bashar Assad has granted general amnesty to army deserters both within Syria and those outside the country. A decree published by state media on Tuesday says the amnesty doesn't include "criminals" and those on the run unless they turn themselves in to authorities. Deserters in Syria have four months to do so; those abroad have six months. The amnesty could help boost the return of refugees, some of whom have not been able to go back home because they were blacklisted. The decree comes at a time when government forces have managed over the past year to... [Read More]

A senior Russian diplomat has said that foreign governments demanding that Syrian President Bashar al-Assad step down have since abandoned this position as world powers search for a solution to the country's seven-year crisis.

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Jihadist factions including Syria's former Al-Qaeda branch have withdrawn heavy weapons from parts of a planned buffer zone in Idlib province, a monitor said Monday, two days ahead of a deadline.Hayat Tahrir al-Sham "and other less influential jihadist groups have withdrawn their heavy weapons from large areas of the demilitarised zone" ringing Idlib province, said Rami Abdel Rahman of the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.The development comes ahead of Wednesday's cut-off date for all rebels to withdraw heavy arms from a 15 to 20-kilometre (9-12 mile) demilitarised area ringing the Idlib region.The creation of a buffer zone is central... [Read More]
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The demand for Syrian President Bashar Assad's resignation, previously repeatedly stated by many of the world's politicians, is essentially left behind, as no one raises it anymore, Russian Deputy Foreign Minister told Sputnik in an interview. [Read More]
Is President Donald Trump about to intervene militarily in the Syrian civil war? For that is what he and his advisers seem to be signaling. Last week, Trump said of Syrian President Bashar Assad's campaign to recapture the last stronghold of the rebellion, Idlib province: "If it's a slaughter, the world is going to get... [Read More]
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Syrian President Bashar Assad said Sunday that the Russian-Turkish deal to avert a military offensiv... [Read More]
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Syrian President Bashar Assad said Sunday that the Russian-Turkish deal to avert a military offensive in the northwestern province of Idlib is a "temporary one" that prevented bloodshed but that …... [Read More]
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During the Soviet era, the country's top computer scientists and programmers largely worked for the secret services.That practice appears to have resumed under President Vladimir Putin, as Russia faces accusations of waging a global campaign of cyber attacks.Dutch officials on Thursday accused four Russians from the GRU military intelligence agency of attempting to hack into the global chemical weapons watchdog in The Hague.The agency has investigated both the fatal poisoning of Russian former double-agent Sergei Skripal; and an alleged chemical attack by Moscow-allied Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.The Baltic states were the first to accuse Moscow of mounting attacks to... [Read More]
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