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independent.co.ukUS troops will remain in Syria despite Trump’s commentsTurkey’s Recep Tayyip Erdogan, Russia’s Vladimir Putin and Iran’s Hassan Rouhani met in Ankara on Wednesday to discuss the conflict. They differ in their approaches but are united in one desire – they all want US forces out of Syria1
theonion.comISIS Recruiter Excited To Be Talking To Popular High Schooler For OnceRAQQA, SYRIA—Describing his recent conversations with the sociable and upbeat American teenager as “a really nice change of pace,” ISIS recruiter Ben Ahmed al-Fezzani told reporters Thursday it has been a thrill to talk to a popular high school student for once. “Boy, it’s been so refreshing to speak with a kid who actually has some stuff going on in his life and isn’t just another loner who only wants to talk about how no one understands him,” said al-Fezzani, adding that he’s been excited to hear the 17-year-old varsity point guard tell him about how his basketball team is doing or the recent dates he’s gone on, rather than the despair and lonely anger that has amassed inside of him. “And this kid’s not constantly sitting by himself at his computer reaching out to me at all hours like I’m the only person he can talk to. He has real friends he hangs out with. He actually cut one of our recent chats short because he had something to do on a Friday night. I wasn’t even upset—it was just so great to talk with someone who’s getting out there and having a good time.” Al-Fezzani admitted he would likely feel pretty bad if one of the teen’s alienated classmates, with whom he was making much greater progress on radicalization, ended up killing the popular student during a massacre on behalf of the cause.
hrw.orgProtecting Syrian Property RightsOn October 18, a high-level UN official reported that Syria’s notorious Law 10 – which allows authorities to seize property without due process or adequate compensation – has been withdrawn by the Syrian government. If true, the Syrian government should provide evidence of the law’s withdrawal and stop any appropriations that are taking place under the law's authority.
yahoo.comOutside Raqa, displaced Syrians brace for winter in tentsAs dust whips up around them, families from Syria's Raqa ready their tents for the coming winter, still homeless a year after the Islamic State group was expelled from their city. Tens of thousands fled their homes in and around Raqa in the months that led up to US-backed forces ousting the jihadists
epeak.inJohn Bolton wants a new gas attack in Syria. ⋆ Epeak World News‘John Bolton doesn’t want the war in Syria to end’…. RSS. Epeak Daily Epeak Daily Bitcoin OldTwitter Idlib is the last area in Syria where Western/Israeli/Saudi trained, financed and armed terrorists (sorry, moderate rebels…) represent a threat. Syria has pretty much won its conflict against foreign terrorists. But…John Bolton doesn’t want the war in Syria …1
bloggerent.comThe terrorists hijacked 700 hostages in Syria and said they killed 10 people each time.Overseas Network October 18th Russian President Vladimir Putin said on the 18th that terrorists hijacked about 700 hostages in Syria, saying that they shot 10 people each time. He stressed that in order to effectively fight terrorism, the international community must unite forces to act together.2
thesun.co.ukISIS take 700 hostages including European and US nationals in Syria and are executing 10 every day, Vladimir Putin claimsISIS has taken nearly 700 people hostage including several European and US Nationals in Syria and has vowed to kill 10 a day, Vladimir Putin has claimed. The jihadi group is holding their prisoners…1
mudabure.comPresidents of Russia, Turkey and Iran Meet to Plot Future of Syria Ahead of Battle for Last Rebel StrongholdIranian President Hassan Rouhani (C), Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan (R), and Russia President Vladimir Putin pose for a picture before their meeting in Tehran, Iran Sept. 7, 2018. The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey meet in Tehran for a summit set to decide the future of Idlib province amid fears of a humanitarian disaster in Syria's last major rebel bastion. The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey meet in Tehran. MIKHAIL KLIMENTYEV/SPUTNIK/KREMLIN/POOL/EPA-EFE/REX/Shutterstock (TEHRAN, Iran) — The presidents of Iran, Russia and Turkey met Friday to discuss the future of Syria as a bloody military operation looms in the2
yourperceptionisnotreality.wordpress.comISIS take 700 hostages including European and US nationals in Syria, are executing 10 every day: PutinISIS has taken nearly 700 people hostage including several European and US Nationals in Syria and has vowed to kill 10 a day, Vladimir Putin has claimed. The jihadi group is holding their prisoners…1