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Back to earth: This week in Middle East football

16 October, 2017

Syria's national team stars return to club action, but continue to shine - with some attracting attention from bigger teams abroad, despite losing to Australia in the World Cup qualifiers.

Syria and beyond: Manufactured doubt and moral atrophy

11 October, 2017

Comment: For Assad's regime, doubt is a political necessity, writes Idrees Ahmad.

Syria talks: UN envoy warns against 'illusions of victory'

28 September, 2017

The UN's envoy for Syria has warned regime and opposition representatives against "dreams of shortcuts" ahead of peace talks set to take place in Geneva in the next few weeks.

Who killed Naji al-Ali, Palestine's most beloved artist?

29 August, 2017

Exclusive: British police are renewing their investigation into the assassination of Naji al-Ali, the creator of Handala, 30 years after his death, reports Suzan Quitaz.

Dance or die: Refugee camp to Dutch National Ballet

18 July, 2017

Society: Born stateless in Yarmouk Camp, the largest Palestinian refugee community in Syria, Joudeh has faced a lifetime of adversity in his musical pursuit and beyond.

US-backed Syrian forces advancing against IS in Raqqa

17 July, 2017

US-backed forces said they have seized a new neighbourhood from the Islamic State group in Raqqa, northern Syria.

Leadership of IS-linked Syrian militia 'wiped out' in strike

29 June, 2017

A suspected US air strike has killed at least ten senior figures in the IS-affiliated Syrian militia Jaish Khaled ibn al-Walid, including its leader.

Syrian rebels face fight on at least three fronts

12 May, 2017

Comment: As the US increases support to Kurds fighting IS, 'de-escalation zones' could be used to obliterate opposition forces who are fighting against both Assad and al-Qaeda-linked fighters.

First evacuations take place from Syria's rebel district Barzeh

08 May, 2017

The Barzeh evacuation deal was struck late Sunday night, and dozens of people had gathered in the district from the morning.

Syrian regime gives thousands of Palestinian prisoners 'Israeli treatment'

17 April, 2017

As thousands of Palestinian prisoners held by Israel go on hunger strike, Palestinian groups are also highlighting the lesser-known plight of thousands of Palestinian detainees held by the Syrian regime.

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