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Coalition airstrike kills 10 civilians in northeast Syria: monitor

12 June, 2018

The coalition has to date acknowledged 892 civilian deaths from airstrikes, but monitors say the real tally is much higher.

Lebanon urged to unblock permits for Syria refugee staff

12 June, 2018

Beirut blocked residency permits for UN refugee agency staff after a spat over Syrians returning home.

US man jailed for trying to join IS

12 June, 2018

Arafat Nagi claimed he joined the terrorist group as a way to help the humanitarian effort in Syria.

Twenty-seven arrested in Iran over Ramadan 'terrorist' plot

12 June, 2018

The country is a target of Sunni jihadists for its regional role and backing of Shia militias in Iraq, Syria, Lebanon and elsewhere.

Iraq's civilian death toll drops by nearly 80 percent

12 June, 2018

Iraq's civilian death toll has dropped by nearly 80 percent since authorities declared victory over the Islamic state militant group, according to reports.

Raqqa's rapid 'liberation' was flawed from the outset

11 June, 2018

Comment: A quick liberation of Raqqa was the coalition's sole aim, and it was pursued insensibly and destructively, writes James Snell.

Syrian orphans who fled Aleppo find new home

11 June, 2018

Nearly 50 children orphaned by the Syrian war escaped their hometown of Aleppo after they appeared in a video and appealed for their lives as the regime move in.

Turkey to drain north Iraq 'terror swamp', says Erdogan

11 June, 2018

Turkey's president has said his country will drain the "terror swamp" in northern Iraq in an operation against bases of outlawed Kurdish militants.

Iran slams Israel after offer to solve water crisis

11 June, 2018

Iran has responded to an offer from Israel's prime minister to help alleviate a water crisis facing Tehran, calling the leader a "deceitful showman".

Revolution without revolutionaries: Making sense of the Arab Spring

11 June, 2018

Book review: Asef Bayat takes a fascinating look at the forces driving the Arab Spring, and the reasons for events that followed, writes Alain Gresh.

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