المرصد السوري لحقوق الانسان
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11/05/2020

Al-Qaeda Terrorists Secure Gains In Tanjarah In Northwest Hama

On May 10 afternoon, the al-Qaeda-affiliated wa-Harid al-Mu’minin operations room imposed full control of the town of Tanjarah in the northwestern Hama countryside. Forces of the operations room stormed Tanjarah in the morning. Following…

Turkey directly fires fire on SAA in Aleppo

According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR), the Turkish military, not Ankara-backed forces, opened fire on SAA positions near the town of Kafr Nooran, a rural area in the western part of the province. Aleppo. Now that the…

Iran-backed militias shuffled round Syria after airstrikes

Iranian-backed militias have been shuffled all through Syria since a collection of airstrikes focused Iranian and Syrian targets within the nation in latest weeks, in line with native studies. The Liwa Fatemiyoun and Brigade 313 militias…

Libya: LNA announces killing of a major Syrian officer

The forces of Libyan general Khalifa Haftar have announced the killing of Muhammad Hindawi, the commander of the second body of Syrian fighters that Turkey has sent to Libya to fight alongside the forces of the Government of Libyan national…

SOHR Says Child Soldiers Sent to Fight in Libya From Syria

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) announced on Monday that the bodies of eleven Syrian fighters killed in Libya had arrived in Turkish-controlled northern Syria. The Observatory also announced that the total number of…

SDF Commanders Flee to Turkey, Finance Officer Killed

Kurdish commanders from the Syrian Democratic Forces, carrying the Turkish nationality, have been recently escaping to Turkey, reports said Sunday. The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said that a Turkish Kurd SDF finance…

EU blocks Syria from bringing citizens back home

The Syrian Foreign Ministry announced on Saturday that the European Union countries did not grant permission to Syrian aircraft to land at their airports to return the Syrians to their countries. The semi-official Al-Watan newspaper quoted…

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