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Sayyed Houthi: Qaeda-Linked Al-Islah Militants Foster Sectarian Strife in Yemen

Leader of Yemen’s Ansarullah movement says al-Qaeda-linked al-Islah group is trying to create sectarian strife in Yemen. Speaking in a public address on Thursday, Sayyed...

Al-Zoubi: Catering for martyrs’ families a national duty

Lattakia, SANA- Information Minister Omran al-Zoubi affirmed on Thursday that the life goes on in Syria due to the sacrifices of martyrs who inspire...

Erdogan: Turkish Troops Could be Used in Syria

Turkish troops could be used to help set up a secure zone in Syria, if there was an international agreement to establish such a...

3 Missiles Strike Yarmouk Camp in Damascus

Rif Dimashq - 3 missiles were fired in the vicinity of the PFLP-GC's stronghold at the predominately Palestinian Yarmouk Camp District. The missiles landed on...

Iraq supports any effort to find a solution to crisis in...

Baghdad, SANA- First Deputy Speaker of the Iraqi Parliament, MP Humam Hamoudi discussed Wednesday with Syria’s Ambassador in Baghdad Sattam Jadaan al-Dandah means of...

U.S. government has raised concerns about Israel’s arrest of an American...

The U.S. government has raised concerns about Israel's arrest of an American teenager whose cousin was burned to death by Israeli extremists earlier this...

Update3- Meetings held on second day of Moscow inter-Syrian talks

Moscow, SANA- The third session of the second day of Moscow inter-Syrian talks has started, with the consultative meetings are attended by the delegation of the...

Decree imposing new fees on imported Turkish goods issued

Damascus, SANA – President Bashar al-Assad issued on Wednesday legislative decree no. 18 for 2015, which amends Article 1 of Law no. 28 for...

Maliki Calls on Azhar to Reconsider Stance towards Popular Mobilization Forces

The Iraqi Vice President Nuri al-Maliki called on al-Azhar to reconsider its stance towards the Popular Mobilization forces which are backing the regular army...
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