Syrian Arab Army units, baked by the Syrian Air Force, continued on Tuesday the military operation against terrorist groups in the remaining area of northern part of al-Hajar al-Aswad neighborhood, clearing new buildings in the area from terrorists.
An Israeli committee on Friday released a report, suggesting ways to legalize unauthorized settler outposts built on privately-owned Palestinian land. The report is expected to be adopted by the Israeli army and turned into practical measures. From Ramallah, Press TV’s Mona Kandil has the details.
The Syrian Army said on Sunday they had captured a string of villages from US-backed Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) east of the Euphrates River near the border with Iraq where the Kurdish-led forces are in control, Syrian state television said.
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.
Iraqi army troops have arrested two high-profile members of the Daesh terrorist group near the country’s strategic northern city of Mosul as government forces, supported by allied fighters from Popular Mobilization Units, continue to hunt for the remnants of the terror network.
Iraqi media reports said more than two dozen Daesh terrorists have been killed and arrested in an army operation west of Mosul, which was once the Takfiri terror group’s main stronghold in the Arab country.