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Thousands evacuate pro-regime Syria towns

Kafer Halab - Several thousand residents evacuated two pro-regime towns in northern Syria on Thursday, putting an end to one of the longest sieges of the country's seven-year civil war.

Evacuations begin from besieged pro-regime Syria towns

- Buses began evacuating fighters and civilians from two besieged pro-regime towns in Syria early on Thursday morning under a deal that will allow thousands to leave after three years of encirclement.

Iraq force accuses US of killing 22 of its fighters in Syria

Baghdad - An Iraqi paramilitary force Monday accused the United States of killing 22 of its fighters in an overnight air raid just inside Syria's border with Iraq that a monitor said left dozens dead.

Strike on east Syria killed 38 pro-regime fighters: monitor

Beirut - Nearly 40 foreign fighters allied to Syria's regime were killed in an overnight bombing raid near the country's eastern border with Iraq, a monitor said on Monday.

Trump's Iran deal exit raises regime change spectre

Washington - In quitting the Iran nuclear deal President Donald Trump cast aside years of painstaking diplomacy and took the US stand-off with Iran into dangerous new territory.

Turkish raids kill 10 Syria regime loyalists near Afrin: monitor

Beirut - Turkish bombing raids killed 10 fighters loyal to the Syrian government on Wednesday at a checkpoint they were manning near the Kurdish enclave of Afrin, a monitor said.

Pro-regime forces enter Syria's Afrin region: Kurdish official

- A convoy of pro-government fighters entered Syria's Afrin region on Tuesday, a local official and a monitor told AFP, as Turkey pressed its assault on the Kurdish-controlled enclave.

Pro-regime forces to enter Syria's Afrin 'within hours': state media

Damascus - Pro-government fighters were expected Monday to enter Syria's Afrin after talks with Kurdish forces, in a move that could pave the way for a settlement in a month-old Turkish assault on the northern enclave.

To counter Turkey, Damascus sidles up to Kurds

Birut - Worried over Turkish advances in Syria's north, the Damascus regime has formed an alliance of convenience with the country's Kurds to prevent their common enemy from gaining ground.

South Korean president urges N. Koreans to defect

Seoul - South Korean President Park Geun-Hye called on North Koreans to abandon their country Saturday and defect, just a day after a soldier walked across the heavily fortified border into the South.

Regime bombardment across Syria kills 56 civilians

Birut - Heavy government bombardment of rebel-held towns across Syria on Friday killed at least 56 civilians, more than a quarter of them children, a monitoring group said.

Washington Post mobile site hijacked by Syrian Electronic Army

The mobile-friendly version of the Washington Post's website was hijacked for a short time Thursday night by hackers claiming to be from the Syrian Electronic Army. Visitors found warning pop-up messages from the hackers.

One-child policy in China to be relaxed

Beijing - State media in China has announced that the country's strict one-child policy will be relaxed. With an increasingly aged population it may be too little and too late.

U.S. fears new massacre in Syria, no-fly zone a possibility?

UN chief Ban Ki-Moon has expressed his "deep concern" over the "dangerous intensification of armed violence across Syria" over the past few days.

Op-Ed: Assad murders Syrians while planning war against Israel

Recently, the Syrian regime murdered many people, Iran confirms sending troops to Syria, Netanyahu is appalled by the Syrian massacre, Iran and Hezbollah appear to be responsible for Syrian carnage, and Syria prepares to fight Israel.

Gaddafi forces accused of massacring detainees

Tripoli - Human rights watchdog groups have called on forces loyal to Libyan strongman Muammar Gaddafi to stop killing captives. At least two massacre sites in Tripoli have been discovered one containing about 50 bodies .

Britain military chief calls for ‘more intense’ action in Libya

Tripoli - NATO attacks in Libya must be intensified and should include the easing of restrictions on bombing targets, such as the country’s infrastructure, in order to avoid a stalemate in the conflict, the head of Britain’s armed forces said on Sunday.

Two bloggers from Azerbaijan jailed for satirical video

Two young bloggers from Azerbaijan, Emin Milli and Adnan Hajizade, were sentenced to jail on Nov. 11. They were arrested in July after a fight at a restaurant in Baku and formally charged with "hooliganism."

Change in Cuban Government

The face of Cuban government is changing, with no more Fidel-Castro-loyalists enjoying the trappings of power, according to reports.
 

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Women  who were found guilty of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October  gestur...
Women, who were found guilty of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October, gesture during their appeal hearing at a court in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (143 miles) north of Cairo December 7, 2013
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Women  who were found guilty of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October  gestur...
Women, who were found guilty of obstructing traffic during a pro-Islamist protest in October, gesture during their appeal hearing at a court in the Mediterranean city of Alexandria, 230 km (143 miles) north of Cairo December 7, 2013
With the permission by Reuters

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