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Iran’s leader meets Russian president, hails cooperation in Syria war on terrorism

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Iran’s leader meets Russian president, hails cooperation in Syria war on terrorism. “The defeat of US-led coalition supporting terrorists in Syria is an undeniable reality, but they keep hatching plots,” Ayatollah Khamenei during the meeting with Russian President Putin in Tehran on Wednesday. Keep Reading

Lebanon’s president stresses Iran’s key role in region

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Lebanese President Michel Aoun has stressed Iran’s significant role in the Middle East, saying the Islamic Republic is a regional power and part of the solution to the region’s woes.
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The secret operators behind the smuggling of Syrian oil

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Iraqi news outlet “SNG” wrote, quoting the source who requested anonymity: separatist Kurdish movements called the “al-Taibet”, who under the pretense of defending an area north of “Zumar” and “Rabia” in Nineveh province, are fighting alongside the Syrian border under order from Barzani’s sons. These areas are of great importance to the secessionists because they of their proximity to the “Armilan” and “Kratchuk” Syrian oil fields. Keep Reading

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

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

Why US-backed Kurdish militias raised poster of Turkish secessionist leader in Syria’s Raqqa?

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A group of the Kurdish People’s Protection Units (YPG) fighters raised a huge poster of Abdullah Ocalan, the political and spiritual leader of the terrorist group Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) who has been in Turkish prison since 1999 on conviction of treason in the small Turkish island of Imrali. Turkey has designated PKK a terrorist group and banned its activities across the country and announced a state of war against the militant group. 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 airstrike kills 14 civilians in Syrian gov’t controlled areas

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Syria State television said jets from a US-led international coalition raided the government-held Qusur district of Deir ez-Zor city and killed 14 civilians and wounded 32 others. 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

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