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Syria's Kurds to allow families of IS fighters to leave squalid camp

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Syria's Kurds to allow families of IS fighters to leave squalid camp
Syria's Kurds to allow families of IS fighters to leave squalid camp

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Syrian artist turns war-torn site into Maradona tribute

Artist makes colourful tribute to Diego Maradona in Syria's war-torn Idlib.

Credit: Reuters - Sports    Duration: 02:08Published

How U.S. troops are spending Thanksgiving in Syria

U.S. troops faced off against Syrians in a friendly Thanksgiving soccer match to mark the holiday. Holly Williams reports from Syria.
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U.S. troops in Syria mark Thanksgiving with kebabs and soccer

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Bishop of Dover calls for migrants to be given safe passage [Video]

Bishop of Dover calls for migrants to be given safe passage

The Bishop of Dover has expressed her sadness over the loss of the Kurdish-Iranian family who died trying to cross the English Channel. Rose Hudson-Wilkin called for the UK and the rest of Europe to ensure safe passage and dignity for those seeking refuge. Report by Etemadil. Like us on Facebook at http://www.facebook.com/itn and follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/itn

Credit: ODN    Duration: 02:11Published
Aid agencies worried over sharp rise in Syria COVID-19 cases [Video]

Aid agencies worried over sharp rise in Syria COVID-19 cases

They are worried that a lack of infrastructure in opposition and Kurdish-held areas, means doctors will not be able to deal with a significant outbreak.

Credit: Al Jazeera STUDIO    Duration: 02:38Published