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Syrian militants start leaving Ghouta town after evacuation deal with govt.
The foreign-backed militants have begun withdrawal from a key town in Syria’s Eastern Ghouta suburb after reaching a deal with the government, which is close to a full victory in the region.
Syria blasts international silence on incessant terrorist attacks against civilians
The Syrian government has decried the silence of the international community on the incessant terrorist attacks against civilian neighborhoods in Damascus, calling on the United Nations to expose the real goals behind the ongoing foreign-sponsored militancy against the Arab country.
Three chemical attacks thwarted in Syria’s Ghouta: Russia defense chief
Russia’s defense minister says three attempts at staging chemical attacks in the Eastern Ghouta suburb of the Syrian capital, Damascus, have been foiled over the past week.
Turkish president says army to extend offensive in northwestern Syria
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has vowed to extend the military operation further east of Syria's northwestern region, prompting fears of confrontation with US-led forces stationed in the area.
Turkish troops, pro-Turkey militia will not remain in Syria’s Afrin: Ankara
Turkey says its military troops and pro-Ankara forces do not plan to remain in Syria’s Afrin as occupiers after they ousted Kurdish militants from the northern city, insisting that Ankara will leave the region to its “real owners.”
Analyst: US-Saudi policy in Syria has failed
Saudi Arabia’s extravagant campaign to cause chaos in Syria has failed, says an analyst in London, arguing that the only way for Riyadh to save face is to back peace plans led by Iran and other “genuine allies” of Damascus.
Thousands more people leave Syria’s Eastern Ghouta
More than 20,000 people left Syria’s Eastern Ghouta via the town of Hammouriyeh on Sunday, the Interfax news agency reported, citing the Center for Reconciliation in Syria, a body run by Russia’s Defense Ministry.
Turkish-led forces oust Kurds from Syria's Afrin
Turkey's flag was flying in Syria's Afrin on Sunday after Turkish troops and Ankara-backed militants chased out Kurdish militia forces to seize control of the northern city.
Turkish attacks kills over 20 civilians in Syria's Afrin
Two separate Turkish attacks have claimed the lives of at least 22 civilians in Syria’s northwestern town of Afrin as Ankara presses ahead with its operation against US-backed Kurdish militants there.
Thousands more Syrians flee their homes as two battles rage
Thousands of civilians streamed out of their towns to escape battles in the north and south of Syria on Saturday.
Lavrov: US, British, French forces directly involved in Syria war
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov condemned the illegal presence of US coalition troops in Syria, saying the Western forces deployed on the ground amount to “a direct involvement in the war.”
Zarif hails efforts to reduce hostilities in Syria
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif said that efforts by Tehran, Moscow and Ankara have successfully scaled down hostilities in Syria in spite of the existing problems in Eastern Ghouta.
Iran, Russia, Turkey ‘committed’ to Syria’s territorial integrity
Iran, Russia and Turkey, guarantors of the Syria cease-fire, reaffirmed their strong commitment to the Arab country’s sovereignty and territorial integrity after a tripartite foreign ministerial meeting in Astana, Kazakhstan.
Lavrov: Some courtiers seeking to disintegrate Syria
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov said in Astana on Friday that certain countries are seeking to 'disintegrate' Syria.
Tehran downplays impact of Tillerson’s replacement on US ties
Iran’s Foreign Ministry spokesman said the replacement of US Secretary of State is a continuation of shakeups in Donald Trump’s government, playing down its impact on Washington’s Iran policy and the fate of the 2015 nuclear deal.

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