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In a Damascus cafe, some of the Syrians watching Russia play Egypt in the World Cup faced a dilemma: whether to support a fellow Arab... [Read More]
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Some 30,000 Syrians are eligible to vote in the June 24 elections in Turkey, Prime Minister Binali Yıldırım has said. [Read More]
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Turkey's Prime Minister Binali Yildirim confirmed this week that about 30,000 Syrians are eligible to vote in the June 24 presidential and parliamentary elections. [Read More]
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Syrians are the largest displaced population with 12.6 million people forced from their homes... [Read More]
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More than 5.6 million people have fled Syria since 2011. Here's how you can help. [Read More]
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A US official has blamed Israel for a deadly strike along Syria's eastern border with Iraq, raising many questions over the target and victims of... [Read More]
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Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim is quoted as saying that 30,000 Syrians who acquired Turkish nationality are eligible to vote in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary... [Read More]
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Thirty thousand Syrians who have been granted Turkish citizenship will vote in Sunday's presidential and parliamentary elections, Prime Minister Binali Yildirim was quoted as saying... [Read More]
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At a camp for the displaced in northern Syria, men and boys huddled near a projector to watch some of the world's best footballers play... [Read More]
Three people were killed and five were injured after an argument between a Turk and Syrian escalated into a deadly shooting early on June 17... [Read More]
Diego Ibarra Sánchez hopes his project, "Limbo: Lives in Exile," will convey the unceasing urgency of the Syrian refugee crisis. [Read More]
Husam Idris dreams of returning to his bakery in the Syrian city of Aleppo. But three years after escaping the war, he worries that a... [Read More]
Over a million refugees from Syria currently reside in Lebanon. [Read More]
A grand jury returned indictments Tuesday against five Russians and three Syrians accused of violating U.S. sanctions by shipping jet fuel and money to Syria. [Read More]
Five Russian businessmen and three Syrians were indicted by the U.S. Department of Justice on charges they conspired to violate sanctions on Syria and Crimea.... [Read More]
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