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Hundreds of fighters from Syrian militias allied with Turkey have joined the fighting between Azerbaijan and Armenia over the disputed enclave of Nagorno-Karabakh, and hundreds more are preparing to go, according to two Syrians involved in the effort. Turkey quickly declared its support for Muslim-majority Azerbaijan, whose people speak a Turkic language, in the escalating …

Prodigy Hend Zaza qualified to play in this summer’s Games after winning last week’s West Asia Olympic qualification tournament in Jordan. Zaza, who was born in 2009, will become the youngest athlete to compete at this year’s competition. Ranked 155th in the world, she defeated Lebanon’s Mariana Sahakian 4-3 in the women’s final in Amman. …

Thirty-five soldiers injured in the attack have been evacuated to hospitals in Turkey, Dogan said. A security meeting is being held at the presidential palace after the “nefarious attack against heroic soldiers in Idlib who were there to ensure our national security,” according to a statement from Turkish director of communications Fahrettin Altun. Turkey has …

Thirty-six soldiers injured in the attack have been evacuated to hospitals in Turkey, Dogan said. A security meeting is being held at the presidential palace after the “nefarious attack against heroic soldiers in Idlib who were there to ensure our national security,” according to a statement from Turkish director of communications Fahrettin Altun. Turkey has …

BEIRUT, LEBANON (2:00 A.M.) – The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) is still advancing inside the southern region of the Aleppo Governorate after a successful day northeast of Saraqib. READ ALSO: Russian Air Force launches largest attack of the year over Aleppo According to the latest report from the Aleppo front, the Syrian Arab Army has …

Syrian refugees in Norway have joined a pan-European drive for justice over torture, extra-judicial killings and other abuse, making a landmark request for Norwegian police to investigate atrocities committed during Syria’s long civil war. Five torture survivors filed statements on what they endured and witnessed in more than a dozen prisons, and provided a dossier …

On April 23, 2014, Houssam Alnahhas slid into the back seat of a car in the southern Turkish city of Gaziantep and headed for the Syrian border, about 30 miles (48 kilometers) away. A tall 26-year-old medical student with striking gray eyes, he had escaped Syria two years before and was working for a task …

The aid agency CARE is warning that humanitarian needs are continuing to rise in north-east Syria, as the conflict in the area deepens. Civilians are escaping the fighting and sheltering with relatives, in public spaces, or in overcrowded camps. While health services in some areas have been disrupted due to violence, others are overwhelmed with …

Since the Kurdish authorities asked the government of President Bashar al-Assad for assistance, thousands of Syrian Army troops have flooded into northern Syria for the first time since the government lost control of the region several years ago. But Syrian government troops have stayed clear of the border region near Ras al-Ain, where Kurdish troops …

●Turkish-backed rebels have begun a push to retake the northern city of Manbij, which has long been a flash point. ●American troops are still in Manbij but are making preparations to depart, U.S. official says. ●Hundreds of Islamic State family members have escaped a detention camp in Ain Issa, which has been the administrative capital …