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Trump says doesn't want to hear 'suffering' Khashoggi tape
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U.S. President Donald Trump said he has been fully briefed on an audio recording of journalist Jamal Khashoggi's murder but does not want to listen to it himself. "Because it's a suffering tape. It's a terrible tape," he said in an interview with "Fox News Sunday" that was conducted Friday. "It was very violent, very vicious and...

Coalition hits back over reported civilian deaths in east Syria
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The U.S.-led anti-militant coalition hit back Sunday at reports its airstrikes on a Daesh (ISIS) holdout in eastern Syria had killed civilians, appearing to blame their deaths on regime forces. More than seven years into the country's civil war, multiple offensives have whittled down the swathes of Syrian territory Daesh once...

Arab tribes urge Kurds to hand borderline to Assad to avoid Turkish offensive
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(Zaman Al Wasl)- As Turkey prepares for new offensive to uproot Kurdish militias near the border, the powerful Kurdish Democratic Union Party (PYD) is still trying to mobilize the Arab tribes to join the US-led militias in northeastern province of Hasaka. Most of the key Tribal figures who met with Kurdish officials in the border town...

Regime forces seize Daesh holdout in southern Syria: monitor
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Syrian regime forces Saturday took back control of Daesh's (ISIS) last holdout in southern Syria after months of fighting, a war monitor said. Regime forces retook Tulul al-Safa, between the provinces of Damascus and Swaida, "after Daesh fighters withdrew from it and headed east into the Badia desert", the Britain-based Syrian...

20 Syrian refugee women aborted in Arsal due to polluted water
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 (Zaman Al Wasl TV)- About 20 Syrian refugee women in Lebanese Arsal town have aborted due to the polluted water that might carried deadly virus, medics told Zaman al-Wasl. A health official in the al-Irshad association, spoke on condition of anonymity, said all cases examined and treated did not contain any...

Anti-refugee activist and Assad supporter selected by EU as campaigner
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(Zaman Al Wasl)- EU has chosen Deema Alam Farraj, a Jordanian social media activist who appeared in a video praising Bashar al-Assad, in its human campaigns, such a move contradicts the principles of the international organization.    A quick tour in Farraj’s official twitter account in order to know the reasons that pushed...

Anti-Daesh coalition raids kill 36 civilians in east Syria: monitor
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Coalition air strikes Saturday killed at least 36 civilians related to Daesh (ISIS) in a militant holdout in eastern Syria near the Iraqi border, a Britain-based monitor said. Seventeen children were among the family members killed in Abu Hassan village of Deir Ezzor province, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. AFP

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The U.S.-led anti-militant coalition hit back Sunday at reports its airstrikes on a Daesh (ISIS) holdout in eastern Syria had killed civilians, appearing to blame their deaths on regime forces. More than seven years into the country's civil war, multiple offensives have whittled down the swathes of Syrian territory Daesh once...

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Chinese premier says no winner in trade war with US

The prime minister of China said Tuesday there are no winners in a trade war with the U.S. "There is no winner in the trade war," Li Keqiang said at the 33rd Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) Summit in Singapore where he addressed the trade war, the South China Sea dispute and the ASEAN market region. He said China...

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Washington seeks the Iraqi scenario in Syria: opinion

(Zaman Al Wasl)- A very significant development has taken place in the last few hours where the congressional council approved one of the laws before it concerning the amendment of the Federal Aviation Administration Act and the development of its items, promising to achieve the administration’s goals for the coming five  years until...

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Typhoon Toraji lashes Vietnam, kills at least 12

Flash floods and landslides caused by a powerful typhoon have killed at least 12 people in central Vietnam, according to local media reports on Sunday. Inundating rainfall and landslide have battered the central Khanh Hoa province in the last few days since Typhoon Toraji, a tropical cyclone blown in from the South China Sea....

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Former female detainee brutally beaten in Turkey after revealing rape memos in Assad prisons

(Zaman Al Wasl)- Aida al-Haj Yousuf, former Syrian detainee, was severely beaten by unknown attackers in the Turkish city of Gaziantep on Tuesday, following torture and rape memos published by Zaman al-Wasl. Yousuf, who has been released, as part of prisoner exchange, is living with her children in Gaziantep, in order to escape death....

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Lebanon: Syrian refugees gather in preparation to return

A group of Syrian refugees gathered at various meeting points across Lebanon Thursday morning in preparation to return to their home country, in the latest return trip organized by Lebanese General Security, the state-run National News Agency reported. About 55,000 Syrian refugees had returned since July, according to the Lebanese...

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