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16 8月 2018

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Turkish officer in Morek (Northern Hama) told civilians that SAA will not attack Idlib, that Turkey won't withdraw from Idlib region and that anti-air weapon systems were deployed.
An Explosion reported in Manbij City.
Syria: several families decided to live in tents close to Turkish Observation post (Sarman Silos, SE. Idlib) to avoid bombardment.
Trucks loaded with supplies/equipment from the @Coalition driving through Qamishlo city in Northern Syria Kurdistan today, accompanied by a military vehicle for protection.
The government's flag was raised in the town of Jubatha al-Khashab, Quneitra today. This was delayed due to opposition of rebels formerly backed by Israel who've surrendered to the government but did not complete handing off of heavy weapons.7 時 前
The government's flag was raised in the town of Jubatha al-Khashab, Quneitra today. This was delayed due to opposition of rebels formerly backed by Israel who've surrendered to the government but did not complete handing off of heavy weapons.
U.S army target ISIS positions in the last remaining ISIS pocket in DeirEzzor Hajin
The International Coalition is expanding the Shaddadi Airbase and is intending to build a new military base in Manbij countryside
Heavy explosion reported in Bughayliah village to the west of Deir-ez-Zur city
Monitoring Centers in the Ground documented the deaths of 150 civilians in Idlib and Western Aleppo from 8-14 Aug, 83 due to Russian/government airstrikes and 67 due to Sarmada Explosion, 35+ wounded some of them in critical conditions due to Airstrikes, IEDs, assassinations attempts
Syria: Turkey's trucks loaded with prefabricated cabins arrived today in Greater Idlib.
The WhiteHelmets firefighters team extinguished forest fires in Kordan forests, in Jendiris city in Afrin countryside. Syria Aleppo
ISIS claimed Attack on SDF patrol in eastern DeirEzzor
Syria: barrel bomb dropped over Tamanah. Aerial bombardment on SE. Idlib killed one child and wounded several people
Abdullatif Khaled and Muhanad Radhwan, were killed after the helicopters of the Syrian government dropped explosive barrels on the city of al-Tamanea in Southern countryside of Idlib, Syria.
Syrian government forces killed the child Hana al Marra in al Tamanea town in Idlib suburbs, Aug 15. Syria
Three people were killed, including a child in pro-Assad forces shelling on Al Tamaniyah
Alaa Mansi al-Ayed died of wounds sustained two days ago in attack by unknown assailants in the town of Al-Tayana east of Deir al-Zour
Russian Ministry of Defense: operation to evacuate those who has rejected to surrender in Southern Syria is concluded
According to military source in Sweida, the ISIS launched a large attack at the northern slope of the al Safa Canyon this morning
HTS arrests about 18 supporters of reconciliation in south-west Idlib.
Syria: renewed SyAF airstrikes this morning on SE. Idlib countryside.
A military column of the pro-Assad forces, consisting of dozens of mechanisms left the village of Kafr Ra near Hama city towards the northern countryside
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PYD/YPG withdrawing from Manbij, surrounding area. We expect it to withdraw completely to east of Euphrates: Turkish Presidential aide
16 時 前
Astana talks on Syria are scheduled for September in Tehran, Iran - Erdogan's spox
16 時 前
Syrian Opposition Fighters Form Military Brigade in Northern Syria's Aleppo And Join National Liberation Front
A child was killed and others wounded in barrel bomb attack on Al Tamaniyah in South Idlib
Local reports say about airstrikes on Tamanea town in southern countryside of Idlib
Helicopters dropped off barrel bombs over al-Tamanea town, unknown casualties among civilians so far. Southern Idlib countryside
Russian military police have been spotted on the Jordan and Syria border
A ceasefire by the SAA was issued from 12:00 AM Syria/n time in Idlib and west Aleppo countryside and north Hama countryside To allow the civilians to cross to the government controlled areas through Murek and Abu Al Duhor corridors.
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