The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reported an increase in the number of people infected with Coronavirus among the pro-Iranian militias in Syria.
The observatory said that the number of people infected with the Coronavirus from pro-Iranian militias rose to 29, including 5 who were infected in the southern countryside of Aleppo, and they were: 16 of Iranian nationality and 13 of Iraqi nationality.
On Saturday, US Deputy Joint Chiefs of Staff John Hayton confirmed that US military operations abroad continued despite Corona's outbreak forcing soldiers to take unprecedented precautions to protect themselves from the emerging virus.
"There is no effect on the operations," Hayton told a group of reporters. The tasks we currently perform all over the world are still being carried out according to the same rules and the same model ”that was approved a month or two ago.
Today, Wednesday, the Ministry of Health in the Kurdistan Regional Government of Iraq announced the Record of two new cases of the Corona virus, in Erbil / Hawler.
A Libyan security source revealed that a plane carrying Syrian mercenaries belonging to Turkey landed, on Sunday evening, in Maitakia International Airport.
The source said in a statement to "Al Ain News" that the process of transporting mercenaries loyal to Erdogan to Tripoli is still continuing, and has not stopped despite the truce of the "Corona" epidemic.
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights documented more deaths among the mercenaries of the pro-Turkish factions in the battles of Libya, as the number of people killed as a result of the military operations in Libya rose to 129 from the "Al-Mu'tasim Brigade, the Sultan Murad Brigade, the Northern Hawks Brigade, Al-Hamzat, and Suleiman Shah."
The Kurdish leader Salahuddin Demirtaş, demanded Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, transparency and openness to the people about the reality of the conditions related to the spread of the Coruna virus And do not hide the information.
This was stated, according to a series of tweets published by the Kurdish opposition figure detained in Turkish prisons since November 4, 2016, on his personal account, “Twitter”.
The former President of the Kurdistan Region of Iraq, Masoud Barzani, confirmed today, Monday, the right of the people of Kurdistan to ask the Iraqi state to compensate those affected by the Anfal and chemical bombing, stressing the need for the Iraqi government not to continue to neglect this matter.
Today, Sunday, Russian and Turkish occupation forces began running the first joint military patrol on the side of the international "M4" road within the framework of implementing the ceasefire agreement in the Idlib area in northwestern Syria.
The patrol started from the town of Tarnbah, located two kilometers from the city of Saraqib, and is expected to reach the town of Ain Al-Hour.
Turkish Defense Minister Hulusi Akar announced today, Saturday, that "a Russian military delegation will visit Ankara next week, to discuss the ceasefire agreement in Idlib," noting that "joint patrols between Russian and Turkish forces will start on the M4 International Road" starting from March 15."
With the Russian air support, the Syrian regime forces managed to regain control of the strategic city of Saraqib in Idlib countryside, northwestern Syria, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, on Monday.
Sources from the Syrian opposition factions circulated video clips that they said showed the downing of a Syrian regime's warplane with an anti-air missile, which was flying over the sky of the city of Saraqib in the northern Idlib countryside.
The Libyan National Army spokesman, Major General Ahmed Al-Mesmari, announced on Tuesday that a Turkish march plane was shot down south of Tripoli, after taking off from the airport in Maitika.
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