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"Those states and groups, which are their pawns in countries of the region, have been supporting terrorists since the first day of war on Syria. ... Damascus, which has repeatedly said it had eliminated its chemical weapons stockpiles, stated that the attack damaged Syrian infrastructure and left three civilians ...
"Acting Secretary Sullivan and Foreign Secretary Johnson agreed to continue working to end the Syrian regime's use of chemical weapons," the US ... On April 14, the United States, Great Britain and France delivered a massive missile strike against Syria's military and civil infrastructure facilities, claiming ...

An Israeli official warned against possible attacks against his country by Iran coming from Syria stating that Israel will make Assad pay the price. Israeli Minister of National Infrastructure, Energy and Water Resources Yuval Steinitz told Ynet on Monday "if (Syrian President Bashar) Assad allows Iranian or ...
The aid response is just over 20 per cent funded, yet close to 700,000 people have been internally displaced by violence in Syria in 2018 alone, with continued attacks on civilians and critical infrastructure like schools and hospitals. 7.3 million Syrians are living in communities reporting explosive hazards.
The Pentagon on Saturday described the U.S.-led intervention in Syria as successful, adding that the military strike crippled the regime's chemical weapons infrastructure. "These strikes were justified, legitimate and proportionate response to the Syrian regime's continued use of chemical weapons on its ...
The U.S.-led coalition is being dubbed the biggest intervention by Western powers in Syria's civil war. Secretary of Defense James Mattis called the strikes a "one time shot" and said that they were aimed at Syrian government's chemical weapons infrastructure. "Right now we have no additional attacks ...

President Donald Trump traveled to Ohio on Thursday to tout his infrastructure plan, but couldn't stop himself from talking about many seemingly unrelated topics. Among his sidebars: taking credit for Roseanne's TV ratings, claiming the US is pulling troops out of Syria, and bizarrely threatening to delay a ...
Ankara on Jan. 20 launched an air and ground offensive with Syrian rebels against the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) militia that Ankara considers as a terrorist group in Afrin in northern Syria. The main objective is to cleanse the Kurdish forces from its 900-km-long border with Syria, victim ...
Most of the current shelters do not have the capacity or infrastructure to accommodate the large numbers of people arriving. WASH remains an ongoing concern, especially in Adra and the Electricity complex, with fears that current sanitation and hygiene conditions could lead to water-borne diseases.
For almost seven years, the war has taken an enormous toll on the Syrian people: there has been genocide and other mass atrocities, including multiple chemical attacks and unrelenting aerial bombardments; destruction of major infrastructures; near complete degradation of health services, electricity, ...
During the waning years of the Obama administration, Sacramento served as a beacon for refugees fleeing war-torn Syria, welcoming dozens of new arrivals each week. No longer. The capital accepted 275 Syrian refugees during the 2015-16 fiscal year, according to U.S. State Department data obtained ...
In the first four years after the onset of the conflict, some 540 thousand jobs were destroyed annually, with the result that in 2017, over six million Syrians were neither working, nor in any ... In April 2016, soon after it intervened in the Syrian war, Russia signed contracts worth almost $1 billion for infrastructure reconstruction.
But Damascus would have needed to master a series of technical challenges, and there is little indication that Syrian economic infrastructure was up to the challenge of managing the very serious industrial and bottlenecks that it would have encountered. Although the Syrian economy is larger than that of ...
The Syrian war has taken a severe toll on telecommunication networks, leaving many Syrians without internet access, sometimes due to intentional network disruptions or website blocking by the government, but in other cases due to physical damage brought on internet infrastructure by bombings.
But what happened this week was deplorable and unacceptable, even by the very low standards we now have for the Council when it comes to Syria. ... the gross violations taking place in different parts of Syria today, including the repeated targeting of civilians and civilian infrastructure by Syrian forces, ...
Syria is the greatest human tragedy since World War II. According to UN reports, more than 260,000 people have been killed, more than half of the Syrian people have been displaced, infrastructure and entire areas have been destroyed. Even worse is the use of civilians by terrorist groups as human ...
Rabil's brief book discusses the inundation of refugees from Syria into Lebanon and their impact on the host country's demography, stability, security, and infrastructure. His well-researched book considers the long-term implications for Lebanon of close to two million Syrian and Palestinian refugees who constitute about ...

As of 23 February, the 2018 UNICEF appeals for Syria and the Syrian Refugees are 37% and 43% funded respectively, including funds carried-forward from the previous year. Sustained donor funding will be critical to help UNICEF reach vulnerable children with safe water, nutrition, education, health and ...
Syrian civilians search for survivors in the rebel-held besieged town of Douma in the eastern Ghouta region. The seven-year war has cost the Syrian economy $226 billion and caused untold damage to the country's infrastructure. (AFP) ...
Indiscriminate shellfire by Turkish troops - and to a lesser extent Kurdish forces - has killed scores of civilians in Syria, a human rights group alleges. ... The YPG has denied shelling civilians in Syrian areas neighbouring Afrin and Turkish border towns, and accused Turkish security forces of carrying out attacks to justify their ...
According to a recent agreement, Russia will help Syria rehabilitate its oil and gas industry destroyed by the ongoing Civil War. Besides restoring damaged rigs and infrastructure, Russia will provide energy advisory support and train a new generation of workers. As a result, Moscow will get exclusive rights ...
Residents described the events as more like an all-out attack on civilians and infrastructure to force a surrender, a tactic used in previous battles across Syria. The government claims that there are few civilians in eastern Ghouta and that those who remain are being held as human shields. “We are still alive, ...
Moreover, civil institutions would attract Syrians both inside Syria and in exile to take part in the rebuilding process. .... Yes, the battlefield has shifted dramatically and new sub-conflicts – Turkey's invasion of Afrin, the Syrian government's campaign in Idlib – emerge, but these are all subsumed and ...


 

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