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Turkey dispatches new reinforcements to Syria’s Idlib prior to joint patrols with : SOHR
The so-called Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) says Turkey has dispatched a new military convoy to Syria’s embattled northwestern province of Idlib, a day ahead of the first joint patrol by Turkish and Russian troops on the strategic M4 highway and establishment of joint coordination centers in the region.
Turkey says agreed with Russia on details of Idlib cease-fire
Turkish and Russian officials have agreed on the details of a cease-fire in northwest Syria’s Idlib region and joint patrols along the key M4 highway will begin on Sunday, Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Friday.
Erdogan: Border open for refugees until EU meets demands
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Wednesday he will keep Turkey’s border open for refugees until the EU meets all his demands, while comparing Greece’s response to the crisis to the Nazis.
Turkey proposes running Syria oilfields jointly with Russia
Turkey’s president says he has proposed to his Russian counterpart that the two countries jointly operate the eastern Syrian oilfields, adding he could make the same offer to the United States, which is already implicated in stealing the Syrian crude.
Syria road crash kills 32 including Iraqis
At least 32 people died Saturday after a fuel tanker crashed into two buses and several other vehicles on a road connecting the Syrian capital Damascus to Homs Province, state media reported.
Syria vows to continue war against terrorism following ‘positive’ Idlib deal
A senior adviser to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the Arab country will continue its war against foreign-backed terrorism following a ceasefire agreement in the northwestern Idlib province.
‘Rare calm’ returns to Idlib following ceasefire deal as Damascus secures strategic gains
Syria’s war-torn northwestern Idlib province has reportedly witnessed “rare calm” following the implementation of a ceasefire agreement allowing the government to secure two strategic routes running through the province.
Turkey rebrands 80,000 terrorists to stop Syria's liberation of Idlib
As tensions are escalating in Syria’s northwestern province of Idlib, the last militant bastion in a nine-year war, Turkey is attempting to hold its grip over the flashpoint region through tens of thousands of militants it supports.
Russia won’t stop terror fight in Syria to solve EU’s refugee problem: Lavrov
Russia says it will not stop fighting terrorism in Syria alongside the Damascus government because of European concerns over a new influx of refugees into the continent.
Turkey downs Syrian fighter jet in northwest Idlib
Turkey shot down a Syrian fighter jet in Syria's Idlib province Tuesday, as steady clashes between the two national armies continued.
President Assad says anti-terror war not limited to Syria, Libya
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad says the war against terrorism is not restricted to Syria or Libya and the endeavor will determine the fate of the region.
Damascus blasts Turkish aggression in northwestern Syria, vows proper response
Syria has strongly condemned the Turkish military aggression in the Arab country’s embattled northwestern region, saying such a campaign is in violation of Syria’s sovereignty and territorial integrity and in line with the Ankara government’s generous support for terror groups wreaking havoc there.
Rouhani: Escalation of tensions not in favor of anyone in region
The Iranian president said the increase of tensions will not be in favor of anyone in the region, stressing that the issues should be solved through dialogue as military tensions between Turkey and Syria have escalated in recent weeks.

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