On Sunday evening, ISIS militants launched an attack on the Iraqi army in Daquq, near the village of Arab Koy in the Kirkuk Governorate, which resulted in a number of deaths.
The sources said that 3 Iraqi soldiers were killed during the attack, while one soldier was kidnapped and another wounded from the brigade 45 / 3rd Company / 1st Company.
The Syrian Democratic Forces announced today, Sunday, the records of 11 of its fighters who were martyred at earlier times while repelling the attacks of the Turkish occupation forces and their extremist factions on the regions of northeastern Syria.
Today, Sunday, the international coalition led by the United States of America revealed two attacks that took place near two Iraqi bases hosting its forces, but they did not result in any casualties in its ranks.
The Iraqi militia "Hezbollah" threatened, on Saturday evening, members of parliament if no law was passed to remove US forces from the country, while threatened the Kurds to prevent them from entering the capital Baghdad if they supported American forces.
A statement issued by the militia's political bureau said, "The strategic framework agreement that America breached blatantly and struck the width of the wall must be canceled as it became de facto null."
Luqman Ahmi (spokesperson for the Autonomous Administration of Northern and Eastern Syria) confirmed in press statements that the Turkish parliament’s decision to send their forces to Libya is a clear declaration of non-commitment: “International covenants and a clear orientation to restore Ottoman hegemony that controlled the region and devoted destruction, genocide and social division. Repeating Erdogan's practices in Syria over the past nine years.
In its first meeting during the year 2020, the Presidential Council of the Syrian Democratic Council called for the necessity of correcting the path of the political process and prioritizing the national interest above all considerations, according to what the media office announced to the Council.
The presidential council meeting was held in the city of Qamishlo in the presence of the majority of its members, discussing the overall political events and developments in the Syrian scene, which is approaching its tenth year without any breakthrough in favor of resolving the stormy crisis in the country.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan signed, on Monday evening, a memo to send Turkish forces to Libya, knowing that the memo has been delivered to parliament, according to what Russia Today reported.
The President of the Turkish Parliament invited the General Assembly of Parliament to a meeting on January 2 to discuss a presidential memorandum on the mandate to send soldiers to Libya.
The factions loyal to Turkey continue to arrest the Kurds from the city of Afrin and its countryside, in an attempt to tighten the screws on the people and prevent them from returning to their homes.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights published that a patrol belonging to a Turkish-backed faction stormed a house in the town of Deir Suwan of the district of Sharra in the occupied city of Afrin.
Several members of the Syrian regime forces were killed and three military vehicles belonging to them were destroyed, after the renewed shelling of the Turkish army with heavy weapons on the south of the international road M4, according to North Press Agency.
The Turkish occupation forces targeted the regime forces' concentration points in the village of Bir Issa (20 km east of Ain Issa), while three Turkish soldiers were killed after the Syrian Democratic Forces responded to the bombing sources.
The Afrin Liberation Forces announced, in a statement issued today, Saturday, that they carried out a specific operation against a Syrian extremist faction of Turkey in the "Al-Bab" area of Aleppo countryside, killing one extremist and wounding two others.
The Turkish occupation forces and their extremist factions continue their violations against innocent civilians in occupied Afrin, northern Syria.
The Kurdish "Hawar" agency reported that the militants of the "Waqas Brigade", which is subject to the orders of Turkey, kidnapped 9 civilians from the village of (Anqali) in the Shih district of Afrin countryside.
The United Nations announced the displacement of more than 235,000 people during about two weeks of clashes between Syrian regime forces and opposition factions in Idlib, northwestern Syria.
The United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs said in a statement on Friday that between December 12 and 25, more than 235,000 people were displaced from northwestern Syria.
- General Mazloum Abdi confirms their support for civilians from Idlib
- The Afrin Liberation Forces announces the killing of two Turkish soldiers and the injury of 3 specific operations
- A new Russian-Turkish patrol is operating east of Kobani
- 85 new Turkish vehicles enter Syrian territory
- Riad Dirar: Erdogan plans to transfer about 500 mercenaries from northern Syria to Libya
- Regime forces move into the third Turkish observation post in Idlib
- "Democratic Syria" confirms that the Turkish aggression continues its attacks against Sri kaneh and Ain Issa
- Syrian Observatory: The Syrian regime forces surrounded a Turkish observation post in Idlib