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Head of Ozone Group, Deutscher Wetterdienst
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Overseas Development Institute
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A day after declaring Raqqa under their control, US-backed Syrian militia say clearing operations are still underway in the city.
Once seen as
Kurdish YPJ and SDF fighters have announced the fall of Raqqa and the end of ISIL's tyranny in the Syrian city.
SDF forces celebrate the retaking of the Syrian city of Raqqa from ISIL
An SDF assault on final ISIL positions in Raqqa has led to mass surrenders says the Kurdish-led, US-backed force.
Amid growing tensions with the West, Turkey deploys troops to Syria as part of a deal reached with Russia and Iran
A Russian jet has reportedly crashed over Syria.
A man and boy were pulled from the rubble of a building after an airstrike at the market in Maaret al-Numan in southern Idlib killed at least eight people on Sunday.
A final assault on so-called Islamic State's last line of defence in its former Syrian capital Raqqa has begun.
Russia claims al-Golani, Nusra Front leader critically injured in airstrike in Syria on Tahir al-Sham strongpoint.
Relations have strengthened despite Ankara and Moscow supporting opposing sides in Syria's civil war
The EU cash based programme allows refugees to make purchases for food and other essential items
The Friends of Syria, which includes Britain, France, Turkey and Saudi Arabia, held a meeting on the sidelines of the UNGA
Syrian troops with Russian air power capture al-Jafra district in Deir al-Zor
A market has sprung up in the centre of the city where Syrian government forces recently ended a three-year siege by the militants.
With many Syrian refugee girls being forced into marriage or worse by hardship in Jordanian camps, the "TIGER Girls" NGO is getting them back to school.
Syrian government forces say they have seized control of the road linking Deir al-Zor to the capital
US-backed fighters in eastern Syria have announced a new offensive against the so-called Islamic State.
Civilians remain in extreme danger in Syria from all sides in conflict says latest UN Commission of Inquiry on Syria.
Syrian forces make a breakthrough in ISIL stronghold Deir al-Zor, where thousands have been trapped since 2014.
War-torn Syria has defied the odds and clinched a spot in the World Cup play-offs.
Intense fighting as Syrian forces advance on ISIL-besieged Deir al Zor
Amnesty International's report says hundreds have been killed in the battle to retake the city from ISIL.
The defence ministry in Moscow claims over 200 militants were killed in an airstrike near Deir al-Zor.
Self-styled Islamic State is under attack on two fronts as the collapse of its so-called caliphate continues.
In Iraq security forces have begun an
Syrian President Assad shows grattitude for Russia, Iran
Lebanese soldiers fighting ISIL have raised a Spanish flag to salute victims of terror attacks in Barcelona and Cabrils.
They had started an
The United Nations hopes for a "serious negotiation" in Syria later this year
Syrians fleeing Raqqa say a lack of resources and the grueling summer heat are making life increasingly hard.
At one refugee camp, north of the
US-backed forces have Islamic State fighters surrounded in central Raqqa - but driving the militants out could take up to four months
Syria investigator Del Ponte tells Euronews why she quit commission
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