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Syria considers Raqqa still occupied as US-backed militants replace ISIS

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In a statement on Sunday, Syrian Foreign Ministry said propaganda on alleged liberation of Raqqa aims to divert international public opinion from the crimes committed by this alliance in Raqqa province. Keep Reading

US worked with Saudi regime, Qatar, Turkey to support terrorists in Syria: Ex-Qatar PM

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Hamad bin Jassim admitted in an interview on October 26 with Qatari national broadcaster that his country, a tiny state to the south of the Persian Gulf, was part of a group of four countries that delivered weapons and funds to the terrorists in Syria. Keep Reading

Iraqi government forces control Kurdistan borders after deal with Iraqi Kurds

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A reported agreement between Baghdad and Erbil facilitated the peaceful handover of the border posts to the federal Iraqi forces. Keep Reading

The butcher of Kabul is the new ISIS leader

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We had not yet forgotten the nickname ‘The Butcher of Kabul’, the name which the Afghani people had given to Galbuddine Hekmatyar the hard-line Salafist leader, during the Afghani civil war in 1991, since then Hekmetyar had been a bloody example in the Afghani society which suffered the cruelest kinds of oppression and wars. Keep Reading

The US ambassador in Iraq describes Erdogan’s behavior as shameful and provocative

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According to AlArabiya News website, the US Ambassador to Iraq Douglas Silliman said during his meeting with a number of the Iraqi elite that the Turkish President Erdogan had adopted a disgraceful and provocative behavior in the foreign policy of his country, explaining that President Erdogan in order to achieve the interests of his country in Syria had supported “ISIS”, and he set the interests of his country in the forefront and supported ISIS and Saddam Hussein’s regime, where his personal involvement in the oil trade with ISIS was exposed. Keep Reading

US-backed Kurds take Syria’s largest oil field: Opportunities, challenges

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They also seized on Sunday the richest oilfield of Deir ez-Zor, also a Syrian city with largest oil reserves that has been under the ISIS siege for three years. Capturing the al-Omar oilfield coincided with advances towards the same oilfield of the government forces who came under an ISIS counterattack that pushed them back. Under these conditions, the US-backed SDF managed to seize the oil installations, a development triggering public opinion’s speculations about possible American deal with the terrorist group to keep the government forces away. Keep Reading

Al-Nusra commander killed by ISIS landmine in east Hama

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According to opposition sources, a top Ha’yat Tahrir al-Sham commander leading the jihadist group’s anti-ISIS operation in northeastern Hama was killed in battle yesterday. Keep Reading

US-backed militias retook Raqqa after reducing it to rubble, killing 2000 civilians, letting ISIS flee

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Raqqa, the Syrian stronghold of the terrorist group Islamic State (IS, formerly ISIS/ISIL) has now been declared “liberated” by both the predominantly-Kurdish Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) and their backers, the US. Last weekend several hundred IS fighters struck a deal with the SDF to take their family members and leave to IS-controlled parts of Deir ez-Zor governorate. Some foreign fighters reportedly stayed behind, refusing to surrender. Keep Reading

Syrian forces make advances in war on ISIS in Deir-ez-Zor

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According to local media reports, the army units engaged in fierce clashes with ISIS terrorist groups in Howeijet Saqer and al-Sinaa neighborhood, as the army air force and artillery directed intensive strikes on ISIS fortifications and hideouts in the neighborhoods of al-Sheikh Yassin, Souk al-Hal, Sinema Fouad Street, al-Howeiqa, al-Jbeiliyeh, al-Rashdiyeh, al-Ummal, Kanamat, Khasarat and al-Aradi. Keep Reading

Retreating Kurdish militias destroy infrastructure as Iraqi forces advance on

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Al-Masdar news website published photos that shows two bridges destroyed by pro-Barzani Peshmerga fighters. The bridges cross major rivers that connect the main road leading to the city of Erbil via Kirkuk in the area of Altun Kupri . Keep Reading

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