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Afghanistan: Taliban terrorists caught on camera beheading injured security force member

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Traffic pressure on the road on the fifth day of the lockdown

Government officials will act as servants, not rulers of the people: PM Hasina

Lockdown: Restrictions till August 5

Explosion rocks US military base in Syria

Damascus: An explosion rocked a US military base in the Syrian province of Deir ez-Zor on Sunday, media reports said.

Civilian killed in Israeli air strike on Syria's Latakia province: Reports

Damascus, May 5: At least one civilian was killed and two others were injured in an air strike carried out by Israel on civilian targets in the Syrian province of Latakia, Syrian state television station Al Ikhbariya reported.

US carries out airstrikes in Syria on Iran-backed militias after Prez Biden nod

Washington DC, February 26: Following orders from US President Joe Biden, the US Military carried out airstrikes 'against infrastructure utilized by Iranian-backed militant groups in eastern Syria', a Pentagon release said.

US to probe Pakistan’s ISIS terrorists in Syria

Islamabad: Making the situation tough for PM Imran Khan, United States has started an investigation into the role of Pakistanis in the Islamic State movement in Syria, media reports said.

Enable ‘all out effort’ to counter COVID-19 in war-ravaged Syria, urges top UN envoy

New York: The top United Nations envoy in Syria called on Tuesday for an immediate country-wide truce, allowing citizens to save lives and tackle the common threat presented by the COVID-19 coronavirus.

UN Population Fund sounds alarm over dire situation facing women and girls in Syria after 10 years of war

New York: The UN sexual and reproductive health agency UNFPA, is expressing increasing concern about the women and girls trapped in Syria’s dire and escalating humanitarian crisis, especially in the north-west, where hostilities have caused mass displacement, human suffering and damage to civilian facilities.

As Syrian conflict enters 10th year, ‘brutal truth’ is, there is little protection for families

New York: Although a fragile ceasefire agreed in northwest Syria is still holding, UN humanitarians on Friday warned of dire conditions for hundreds of thousands of civilians displaced by conflict, now in its tenth year.

War in Syria: 'Carnage', flouting of rights and international law, must stop: Guterres

New York: UN agencies have underscored their commitment to continue supporting civilians affected by the war in Syria, which this month enters its tenth year. The Secretary-General issued a statement on Thursday, declaring that "we cannot allow the tenth year to result in the same carnage, the same flouting of human rights and international humanitarian law."

As north-west Syria violence reaches ‘horrifying’ new level, UN relief chief says ceasefire is only option

New York: The crisis in north-west Syria has reached a “horrifying new level”, the UN Humanitarian Affairs chief warned on Monday.

Nearly 300,000 Syrians displaced from Idlib since mid-December, Security Council hears

New York: Amidst concern for the safety and protection of more than three million civilians in Syria’s last rebel-held enclave, the UN’s most senior humanitarian and political affairs officials briefed the Security Council on Syria behind closed doors on Friday.

Amidst uptick in violence and displacement, UN chief calls for ‘immediate cessation of hostilities’ in Syria

New York: “Deeply concerned” over a recent military escalation in northwest Syria, Secretary-General António Guterres called for an “immediate cessation of hostilities”.

Renewal of cross-border aid operation critical to northern Syria: UN relief chief

New York: The top UN humanitarian official was in the Security Council on Wednesday to appeal for the renewal of an operation that delivers life-saving food and other aid relief to some four million civilians in northern Syria.

Kurdish authorities say Turkish assault displaces 275,000 in northern Syria

Damascus, Oct 15: The Kurdish Autonomous Administration of North and East Syria, known as Rojava, said on Tuesday that the ongoing Turkish assault in northern Syria has so far displaced over 275,000 people.

Will "obliterate" Turkey's economy if it acts "off-limits" in Syria: Donald Trump

Washington: US President Donald Trump on Monday said he is going to "obliterate" Turkey's economy if the country attempted to do anything that in his 'great and unmatched wisdom' he considers to be 'off-limits' in nieghbouring Syria.

UN chief announces progress on committee to shape Syria's political future

New York: UN-led discussions to secure a peaceful future for the people of Syria have resulted in agreement by the country’s Government and opposition representatives to the formation of a new Constitutional Committee in a bid to end the “tragedy” of more than eight years of fighting, UN Secretary-General António Guterres announced on Monday.