War in Syria
US private military companies plunder Syrian oil facilities
The US military is training up to 2,700 militants from different groups at the al-Tanf base in Syria, Head of the Russian General Staff’s Main Operational Department Colonel-General Sergei …
More than 17,000 Syrians left Rukban camp
More than 17,000 Syrian refugees were able to leave the Rukban refugee camp due to joint efforts of Russia and Syria, Head of Russia’s National Defense Control Center Colonel-General Mikhail …
“Homeland of the Jews” partners with “Homeland of the Kurds” in the oil smuggling business
An Israeli occupation agent is in Syria buying oil from the Kurds, who are mercenaries for the U.S., and enemies of the Turks, and the stolen Syria oil is being shipped out of a Turkish port.
Russia’s top brass dismisses reports of air strike against marketplace in Syria
Russia’s Defense Ministry has dismissed reports that the Russian air task force’s aircraft have allegedly delivered an air strike against a marketplace in Syria.
"The statements by the …
Turkey ready to carry out another military operation in Syria if needed
Ankara is ready to carry out another military operation in Syria if necessary, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu told the TGRT TV channel on Monday.
"We are determined to carry out an …
UN Security Council holds closed meeting on Syria’s Idlib
The UN Security Council met behind closed doors on Thursday to discuss air strikes in Syria’s Idlib, Russia’s UN envoy, Vasily Nebenzya, told reporters.
"We had closed consultations on …
Idlib stalemate prevents Syrian recovery
Syrian peace talks were held in Astana in April, and Russia’s deputy envoy to the UN, Vladimir Safronkov, said: “We cannot say for how long this status quo in Idlib can last. It is not viable at …
Germany may still think about US’ request to send troops to Syria
In early July, James Jeffrey, the U.S. Special Representative for Syria Engagement, came to Berlin to discuss possible extension of the Bundeswehr’s involvement in fighting the Islamic State …
Eyewitness interviews show there was no chemical attack in Syria’s Douma
Interviews of eyewitnesses in Syria show that there was no chemical attack in Douma, Director of the Foundation for the Study of Democracy Maxim Grigoryev told reporters at a news conference on …
Restoration of ancient Palmyra bas-reliefs begins in Syria’s Damascus
Experts from the National Museum of Damascus have begun restoration of ancient Palmyra bas-reliefs, partially destroyed by the militants of the Islamic State terrorist organization (IS, outlawed in …