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Syria releases 'Always Beautiful' video, promotes tourism to war-torn country

While the civil war in Syria continues to rage on, the country’s tourism ministry shared a promotional video on Facebook, showcasing the coastal city of Tartous and its Golden Sands Beach.
CTV News

There can be no final victory over Isil while Assad reigns in Syria


Telegraph.co.uk

A Moral Outrage That Enraged No One

Five-year-old Omran Daqneesh sits in the back of an ambulance after a military strike in the rebel-held neighborhood of Qaterji in Aleppo. Mustafa al-Sarout/ALEPPO MEDIA CENTERThe ongoing horror in..
Huffington Post

Trump Going to Mexico is not the Real Irony. NAFTA Is.

Many are shocked that Donald Trump announced he is going to Mexico today. That misses the real ironies here: NAFTA -- and how this should be a boon to the Green Party. First the obvious stuff:..
Huffington Post

With a top ISIS leader dead, will the terror group weaken?

Mohammad al-Adnani, one of the top leaders of ISIS, has been reported killed in Syria. CBS News senior national security analyst Fran Townsend explains the significance of the terror group leader's..
CBS News

German military intelligence believes 30 former members went to Syria

german military intelligence believes 30 former members went to syria
German military intelligence has revealed that 30 former members have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join groups such as ISIS between 2007 and 2016, while 19 members were sacked for Jihadi links.
MailOnline

Russia Claims Credit for Killing Senior ISIS Leader

The Pentagon quickly dismissed the claim, a challenge to an American report that one of its drone strikes had killed Abu Muhammad al-Adnani in Syria.
NYTimes.com

Self-Rule by Syria's Kurds Deepens Turmoil

Amid the civil war’s chaos, the semiautonomous Rojava region has mushroomed in size and might, alarming Turkey and putting the U.S. uncomfortably in the middle.
Wall Street Journal

German military intelligence investigates reports of 64 'extremist Islamists' working for the armed forces

german military intelligence investigates reports of 64 'extremist islamists' working for the armed forces
German military intelligence has revealed that 30 former members have travelled to Syria and Iraq to join groups such as ISIS between 2007 and 2016, while 19 members were sacked for Jihadi links.
MailOnline

Isis bans football referees in Syria because they enforce 'laws of Fifa not Sharia'

So-called Islamic State declares implementation of international rules 'illegitimate'
Independent

Talks Between Russian And Turkish Presidents Give Positive Impetus To Relations Normalization – Analysis

International experts continue to discuss the results of the talks between Russian President Vladimir Putin and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan held in St. Petersburg on Tuesday, August..
Eurasia Review

Are You Staying, Or Just Passing Through? The Geopolitics Of Asylum – Analysis

By Ronald J. Granieri* (FPRI) — European politics have been roiled over the past few years by the question of how the EU as a whole and its individual member states should deal with refugees..
Eurasia Review

Naval War College in Newport Launches Russia Maritime Studies Institute

naval war college in newport launches russia maritime studies institute
Patch Newport, RI -- The institute is partially in response to a resurgent Russian military asserting itself in Syria, Ukraine and elsewhere.
Patch

Turkey’s Travails: Purges Worsen Ankara’s Democracy Deficit – Analysis

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan holds Fethullah Gulen, the self-exiled conservative, leader of Hizmet, one of the world’s biggest Islamic movements, responsible for last month’s attempt to..
Eurasia Review

Life in Syria

life in syria
A group of Syrian refugees living in Londonderry speak for the first time about what life was like in their war-torn country.
BBC News

Russia's claim it killed Islamic State's Adnani 'a joke' - U.S. officials

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Moscow's claim that Russian air strikes in Syria had killed prominent Islamic State leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani is false, U.S. defense officials told Reuters on Wednesday.
Reuters India

Ankara says no US-brokered truce with Kurdish forces in Syria

Ankara has denied agreeing to a Washington-brokered truce with Kurdish-led forces in northern Syria fighting so-called Islamic State. On the ground, however, things seem to look rather different.
Deutsche Welle

Ukraine And The Dumbed-Down New York Times Columnist – OpEd

I was reading the latest smug piece by New York Times columnist Timothy Egan, when I came across the most amusing example of being what you’re criticizing. Egan, in a piece titled “The Dumbed..
Eurasia Review

Turkey under growing pressure over its clashes with Syrian Kurds

Russia has voiced concern over the actions of Turkey’s armed forces and fighters led by Ankara in northern Syria.
euronews

Russia says it killed prominent Islamic State leader Abu Muhammad al-Adnani in Syria

According to Russian government, Adnani was one of up to 40 rebels killed on Tuesday by air strikes carried out by a Russian Su-34 bomber in Maaratat-Umm Khaush in Aleppo province
DNA


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