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In a surprising statement, the Israeli military confirmed on Monday that it attacked Iranian military targets in Syria.
Israeli and Syrian military are both claiming to have prevented attacks by each other's forces.
Officials say the pullout has begun, but reports suggest only equipment — and not troops — has left the country
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Agreement comes at emergency meeting in Moscow
As the US withdraws from Syria, the war-torn country risks becoming another battleground in the proxy war between Iran and Saudi Arabia.
UAE reopens Damascus embassy in boost for Assad and signal that Syria is open for business
If the world turns away, ISIS could come back. And everything Syrians have worked for will be destroyed again.
Appeal comes after no progress is made in 11th round of Russian-sponsored talks in Kazakh capital.
Insurgents said to have launched chlorine shells into the government occupied city, although rebel group leaders deny the claims.
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The United States Special Representative for Syria has denounced Russia’s role in the conflict there and its “unyielding" support for the Assad Regime.
In an interview with our correspondent Méabh Mc Mahon, James Jeffrey said the US would not finance any reconstruction in the country.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan says a constitutional committee for Syria should be formed as soon as possible. It comes after a four-way summit on Syria in Istanbul together with Germany's Angela Merkel, France's Emmanuel Macron and Russia's Vladimir Putin.
More than 360,000 people have been killed in Syria since 2011.
The international community helps Syria & Turkey to restore mobility to the war-disabled, and take some of the strain off stretched local health services.
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Human Rights Watch says the Syrian government is using a controversial new property law to prevent displaced residents returning to their homes in former rebel-held areas.
Syria says it's ready for the voluntary return of refugees and is appealing for help to rebuild the country devastated by a more than seven-year long war.
Members of the Syrian Civil Defence in Idlib province demonstrated on Tuesday against the targeting of their facilities and volunteers by Syrian forces and their allies.
Russia's defence ministry had earlier on Tuesday suggested that Israeli warplanes flying nearby had deliberately attracted Syrian anti-aircraft fire to down the place.
Russian Defence Minister Sergei Shoigu told his Israeli counterpart Avigdor Lieberman the blame "fully rests with Israel", adding that Russia "reserves the right to take further steps in response."
Leaders say there will be no attack on the rebel city.
The total number of deaths in Afghanistan's conflict was listed at 19,694 in 2017, according to figures.
Idlib residents are said to be preparing themselves ahead of expected offensives on the Syrian city, with one man making gas masks from whatever he can get his hands on — charcoal, cotton, party cups and plastic bags.
More than 140 refugees arrived in just four days from September 1 to 4, in what the Cypriot government said was a significant spike in irregular immigration.