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For the second consecutive Friday, mass demonstrations swept across towns and villages of Idlib province as well as rural Aleppo, Hama and Lattakia. Held under the title "there is no alternative to overthrowing the Assad regime," protestors reasserted the demands of the Syrian revolution and that it will continue until the people regain freedom and dignity for which they have risen up since March 2011. Local media outlets said that…
The Syrian Coalition’s presidential body and political committee received representatives of friendly countries and discussed with them the heavy bombing campaign by the Assad regime and the Russian forces against civilians in Idlib. The meeting also discussed the political process, most importantly efforts to resume the UN-led Geneva negotiations. President of the Syrian Coalition Abdurrahman Mustafa said that the Assad regime, Russia and the Iranian terrorist organizations are committing a…
The Syrian Coalition condemned all crimes and executions carried out by the Iranian regime against Iranian dissidents demanding their rights and struggling for their freedom. In a press release issued on Wednesday, the Coalition especially condemned the shelling that targeted the headquarters of the Kurdistan Democratic Party in the Iraq Kurdistan Region killing dozens of civilians and displaced people as well as the execution of peaceful activists. “These crimes are…
President of the Syrian Coalition Abdurrahman Mustafa met with the French president envoy to Syria François Sénémaud and discussed with him the violent bombing campaign being launched by the Assad regime and Russian air forces against civilians in Idlib. Both sides also discussed the latest political developments, most importantly the resumption of the UN-led Geneva talks. Mustafa stressed that Russia is bombing civilians, hospitals and service centers while ignoring the…
The Assad regime and Russian air forces have further intensified the bombing campaign in Idlib and Hama provinces, killing more than 30 people, including women and children. A number of towns and villages were declared disaster areas as a result of the widespread destruction. Local activists said that the bombings hit new areas on Sunday, targeting mainly vital civilian centers. The airstrikes knocked out Al-Lataminah Hospital and Nabd Al-Hayat Hospital…
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