The Director of the Executive Committee of the Regional Organization for Combating Terrorism of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, Jumahun Gisov, said Wednesday that the terrorist organization "ISIS" is transforming from a semi-state entity to a global organized network.
Russian sources revealed that US forces stationed in northeastern Syria were attacked by artillery by pro-Turkish militias in Syria.
The US-led international coalition sent troops to northeastern Syria, near the oilfields in the area, following the Turkish-US agreement.
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The permanent office of the Union of Arab Lawyers decided on Sunday to try Turkey and its president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, before national international courts, which adopt the international jurisdiction system, demanding compensation for the damages caused since 2012 economically and socially.
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The Russian military police in Syria announced that they started patrolling for the first time in the city of Ain al-Arab / Kobani on the Turkish-Syrian border.
"According to the agreements reached between the Russian and Turkish presidents, as of noon on October 23, Russian military units began patrolling along the Syrian-Turkish border," Major General Igor Seritsky, spokesman for the Russian Forces Group in Syria, said in press statements published on Thursday. The area includes the city of Ain al-Arab (Kobani). ”
Civilians wounded in al-Shaab hospital in al-Hasakah said they had been bombarded by the Turkish occupation army with unconventional weapons, reinforcing doubts about Turkey's use of white phosphorus in its attack on northern and eastern Syria.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, about 100 ISIS women and children have fled Ain Eissa camp after being bombarded by Turkey.
Observatory director Rami Abdel Rahman quoted camp sources as saying there was chaos inside.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has called for resolving the crisis in northeastern Syria through dialogue between Ankara, Damascus and the Kurds, according to Russia Today.
"Our position stems from the need to solve the problems in Syria through dialogue between the central authority in Damascus and representatives of the Kurds, who are traditional inhabitants of this land," Lavrov told a news conference on Wednesday.
The Turkish lira on Monday saw its biggest fall in nearly a month against the US dollar by about 2 percent, on the back of US President Donald Trump's threat to destroy Turkey's economy in case of any military action outside the border, in reference to the forthcoming military operation in northern Syria.
The Turkish lira fell amid fears of the implications of the upcoming Ankara operation in northeast Syria to 5.8050 for one dollar, recording a decline of 1.94% to 16:27 GMT, according to agencies "Reuters" and "Bloomberg" US.
The Turkish army on Saturday sent new reinforcements to its troops stationed on the border with Syria amid Turkey's threats to launch a military operation in the eastern Euphrates region.
According to the official "Anatolia" Turkish arrival of 9 trucks loaded with armored vehicles and a bus loaded with military personnel to the district of Aqga Castle of the province of shanlıurfa, adjacent to the Syrian province of Aleppo.
On Wednesday, 100 fighters from the towns of Raqqa and Tabqa completed their training course, named after the martyr Kurshin, at a military ceremony at the headquarters of Martyr Redor Regiment.
Within 30 days, the fighters received military training on rapid deployment methods, setting up checkpoints, ambushes, cultural lessons and the rules and regulations of the SDF's internal rules.
According to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, three members of the regime's forces, including a brigadier general, were killed by a landmine explosion on an axis of Hama countryside
According to the London-based Observatory, relative calm prevails in the area from Monday evening until the moment, coinciding with the regime forces' breach of this calm from time to time by targeting them with rocket-propelled grenades on the axes of Abu Dhour and Umm Jalal farms in the eastern Idlib countryside.
A group of members of the Yazidi religion in Syria launched a project to build a school to teach the Yazidi religion in al-Hasakah province in northeastern Syria. The project will teach the Yazidi teachings, which came after a decades-long ban under the Syrian regime.
Teachers teach Yezidi traditions and customs through the religious book, which is followed in the temple of "Lalish" and "Shinkal" in the Kurdistan region of Iraq, after converting from the Sorani dialect to Kurmanji and in Latin letters.
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