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The Trump administration is ending funding for Syria stabilization projects as it moves to extricate the U.S. from the conflict, citing increased contributions from anti-Islamic... [Read More]
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At the same time an official said the U.S. would not contribute to Syria's full reconstruction until there was a "credible and irreversible" political process... [Read More]
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Sky News gains exclusive access to Syria's Idlib province, as President Assad prepares to recapture the last rebel-held city. [Read More]
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The U.S. will redirect $230 million intended to help rebuild Syria to other foreign policy priorities, according to the State Department. [Read More]
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Germany's Angela Merkel and France's Emmanuel Macron stressed the need for a "coordinated European solution" to migrant arrivals from the Mediterranean. They also voiced concern... [Read More]
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After postings in global hot spots such as Syria, Lebanon, Nigeria, Sri Lanka and Cambodia, he returned to Canada and took part in an important... [Read More]
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Remind Pa to wear his bullet-proof vest the next time he plays bingo. Are these seniors training for duty in Syria? [Read More]
The United States said on Friday it had secured $300 million from coalition partners to help stabilize parts of Syria retaken from Islamic State, after... [Read More]
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Russian President Vladimir Putin will meet German Chancellor Angela Merkel on Saturday for talks about the conflicts in Ukraine and Syria, as well as the... [Read More]
"Putin is out to undermine the entire US security system in the Middle East, and Trump keeps allowing him to do this, as Obama did... [Read More]
Making good on President Donald Trump's stated desire to reduce the U.S. role in Syria, the State Department announced Friday it was eliminating $230 million... [Read More]
The State Department is sharply stopping funding to rebuild parts of Syria it took back from the Islamic State, canceling $230 million in planned spending... [Read More]
The Trump administration is ending funding for Syria stabilization projects as it moves to extricate the U.S. from the conflict, citing increased contributions from anti-Islamic... [Read More]
At the end of December, the U.S.-led coalition had estimated "less than 1,000 ISIS terrorists" remaining on the battlefields. [Read More]
The US will end funding for stabilization efforts in Syria in another sign of President Donald Trump's intent to pull out of the long-running conflict. [Read More]
The Trump administration is cutting money it was going to spend aiding the people of Raqqa — a Syrian city that still has many areas... [Read More]
Officials tell Congress that the money will be "redirected" to other, unspecified areas. [Read More]
Making good on President Trump's stated desire to reduce the U.S. role in Syria, the State Department announced Friday it was ending $230 million in "stabilization"... [Read More]
The US will end funding for stabilization efforts in Syria in another sign of President Donald Trump's intent to pull out of the long-running conflict. [Read More]
The State Department will redirect $230 million from Syria programs to other key foreign policy priorities; Rich Edson reports. [Read More]
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