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SHARE Friday, March 20, 2020 US-Backed Syrian Fighters Plan to Capture Russian Military Personnel
Sources informed of the situation in southern Syria reported on the meeting between the Syrian jihadi group 'Popular Resistance' leaders and high-ranked US officers held at the US military base al Mafraq in Jordan. The participants discussed a kidnapping operation of the Russian servicemen in southern Syria.
(1 comments) SHARE Saturday, February 29, 2020 A Bellicose Loneliness of Erdogan
A rapid growth of tensions in Syria's North has brought mourning and grief to Turkey: only according to official Ankara's estimates 33 Turkey's servicemen became victims of airstrike, while social medias report more than 65 persons.
SHARE Sunday, March 22, 2020 Syrian refugee camps are in danger of extinction from COVID-19
Refugees of the Al-Hawl and Rukban camps who are under US and Kurds control turn out to be the most vulnerable group for the prosodemic COVID-19 virus. Displaced persons live in shabby tents 20 in each and share dishes. Refugees are completely depleted of access to medical care and medicine. Their immunity is totally weakened due to starvation and lack of drinking water.
(1 comments) SHARE Tuesday, April 14, 2020 Erdogan Desires Of His Own Empire
Erdogan wants to spread Turkish influence in the countries that were part of the Ottoman Empire by all available means.
SHARE Wednesday, April 22, 2020 Erdogan seeks new ways to make Syrian Kurds Fight each other
Turkish website suriyegundemi.compublished an interview with Nabih Musa, the head of the Independent Kurdish council established at the beginning of this year. His political statement revealed that his organization intends to boost the reputation of Turkey and raise tensions between Kurds.
SHARE Friday, April 3, 2020 Why US outsource support for Kurdish forces?
Washington continues to support the Kurdish fighters, despite the US rhetoric of total solidarity with Ankara and attempts to find a compromise with Turkey on the Kurdish and Syrian issues. Firstly the US directly bolstered the Kurds, but now they decided to seek the assistance of the European private military contractors to avoid the Turkish accusation of terrorism support.
SHARE Friday, April 24, 2020 Turkey's Erdogan Tangled In His Own Web Of Deceit
Turkey's foreign policy centered around Recep Erdogan's ambitions has been devised as a giant web weaved all across Middle East, Northern Africa and Europe. Now the Turkish leader may fall prey to his own schemes.
SHARE Monday, April 27, 2020 Revealed:Turkey behind protests on Idlib's M4 road
The situation in the area of M4 highway (Aleppo-Latakia) of Idlib province remains tense in relation to the activities of terrorist groups.
Particularly, Hayat Tahrir al-Sham members held another protest near al-Nayrab village on April 13, aimed to prevent conducting the joint Russian-Turkish patrol. Demonstrators took to the road by blocking a way for the convoy.
(1 comments) SHARE Friday, August 7, 2020 Are The U.S. And Its Partners Losing The Grip On Syria's North East?
The oil-rich province of Deir Ezzor located in Eastern Syria has witnessed another escalation between the local Arab populace and the Kurdish-dominated Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF). Unexpectedly for the SDF and the U.S. military, the protesters have established control over a number of towns, and it seems they are willing to go further.