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Syrian regime forces advance in desert region against IS

21 June, 2018

Syrian regime forces have advanced against the Islamic State group after a wave of militant attacks in a central desert region.

Russia's world cup has Syrian blood on its hands

13 June, 2018

Comment: Russia's World Cup adds to its global panoply of PR, designed to normalise all its actions, including the Syrian genocide, writes Sam Hamad.

Israel and Russia team up against Iran in Syria

01 June, 2018

Israeli and Russian leaders have met following recent tensions in southern Syria, where Iran's military presence could be weakened, and Assad's troops bolstered, reports Paul McLoughlin.

'US and Russia close to war over Syria': Assad

31 May, 2018

World War III nearly erupted in Syria between the US and Russia, regime head Bashar al-Assad has claimed.

UN urges Assad to allow aid to enter Syria

30 May, 2018

The UN has urged the Syrian regime to allow aid in for two million civilians in desperate need of assistance.

Syria hospitals attacked 'after locations shared with Russia'

29 May, 2018

Despite the UN mechanisms placed to cut down on strikes on health facilities in Syria, attacks in 2018 so far exceed last year's total, prompting a UN probe.

Missiles hit Syrian regime airbase in Homs province

25 May, 2018

More airstrikes targeted Syrian regime positions on Thursday evening, with Hizballah fighters believed to be among the casualties.

Syrian regime soldiers killed in surprise IS assault

22 May, 2018

At least 26 Syrian regime soldiers were killed in a surprise assault by IS fighters in the country's desert region.

More Syria facilities hit this year than all 2017

18 May, 2018

Despite the UN mechanisms placed to cut down on strikes on health facilities in Syria, attacks in 2018 so far exceed that of last year.

Could Iran sustain a war against Israel in Syria?

17 May, 2018

Analysis: Any full-scale Israel-Iran war that begins in Syria will not end there, writes Paul Iddon.

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