The Free Syrian Army groups on Tuesday announced they recaptured several positions from regime forces and the Iranian militias in the Syrian Desert following violent clashes as part of the “Land is Ours” counterattack the FSA groups launched in early July. Activists said that Osoud Alsharqiya and the Ahmed Alabdo Brigades FSA groups on Tuesday launched a missile barrage on positions of regime forces and the Iranian militias in Um…
Activists on Sunday organized two silent marches in eastern Ghouta in Rural Damascus to highlight the plight of detainees in Assad’s prisons. Human rights organizations estimated detainees in Assad’s prisons at over 250,000. Activists said that the first march walked down the streets of the town of Arbeen, while the second one walked through the streets of the towns of Kafarbatna, Hammoriya, and Saqba. The marches were organized to draw…
Civil society groups in the town of Khan Sheikoun in rural Idlib on Thursday organized a sit-in to mark 100 days since the deadly chemical attack launched by Assad's forces on the town and which left around 400 civilians killed or wounded. Survivors of the attack and families of the victims as well as members of the local council participated in the sit-in. Participants raised placards condemning the silence of…
The Free Syrian Army groups announced they have recaptured a number of positions they had lost to the Assad regime forces and their allied foreign militias in the Syrian Desert over the past few days. The area is witnessing fierce clashes between the FSA groups and regime forces backed by Iranian militias. Omar Dimashqi, member of the media office of the Ahmed Abdo FSA group, on Wednesday told Smart News…
The Ministry of Education in the Syrian Interim Government (SIG) on Monday issued the results of the final exams for the secondary and elementary education for the academic year 2017. The results were published on the website of the ministry. According to the ministry, 12,200 students took the secondary school exams, divided between 5,500 students in the scientific studies and 6,700 in the literary studies. The ministry added that 21,900…
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