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Syrian jihadi mounts charm offensive in effort to hang on to power

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February 16, 2021
Idlib

Uprooted by war, Syrians settle in ruins of Roman temple

ANKARA: Amid the political quakes currently rocking Turkey, one relatively “quiet” appointment to a key post could turn out to have a major impact on the country’s approach to its decades-long unresolved Kurdish conflict. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Tuesday appointed former Interior Minister Efkan Ala as deputy leader of…
bubmag
November 11, 2020
Idlib

Shelling in Syria rebel enclave kills seven, including four children

Syrian fighters from the Turkish-backed Hamza faction drive through the village of Bassouta, south of the city of Afrin on Tuesday. Photo: AFP World Vision said two staff members were killed while delivering life-saving help to civilians In the town of Ariha four people were killed, including a four-year old…
bubmag
November 4, 2020
Idlib

Airstrike Killed 7 Al-Qaida Leaders In Syria: US

Home  »  Website  »  International  »  Airstrike Killed 7 Al-Qaida Leaders In Syria: US The United States believes it killed seven senior leaders of al-Qaida in Syria in an airstrike last week as the leaders were meeting near Idlib, U.S. Central Command said Monday. A Central Command spokeswoman, Maj. Beth…
bubmag
October 27, 2020
Idlib

Rights group suspects Russia, Syria war crimes in Idlib

BEIRUT: An international human rights group said Thursday that a yearlong military campaign by Syrian and Russian forces that repeatedly attacked civilian targets in the last rebel stronghold in northwestern Syria constituted apparent war crimes and may amount to crimes against humanity. Human Rights Watch released a 167-page report titled…
bubmag
October 15, 2020
Idlib

How Was Rukmini Callimachi Fooled by a Fake Terrorist?

According to Rukmini Callimachi, the extremism correspondent for The New York Times who has earned wide praise for her work reporting on ISIS, her moment of journalistic epiphany came in 2013, in a former Al Qaeda building in Mali.In a 2016 interview with Wired, in which she was dubbed “arguably…
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October 1, 2020