The recent escalation is the most significant increase in hostilities in northwest Syria since a ceasefire agreement was reached in March 2020.
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For the first time in over a decade, Israel approved the legal status of some Palestinians who live in the West Bank. The ones who didn’t get the notification hope it won’t take another 12 years.
An explosion hits Syrian regime army bus in Syria's Damascus, killing at least 14 people.
A busy marketplace in the rural town of Ariha was targetted, according to media reports.
Human Rights Watch report shed light that Damascus operates a mafia-style intelligence state where returnees face brutality even after signing a “reconciliation” document.
A new Netflix collection by and about Palestinians has drawn criticism for releasing films directed by supporters of BDS.
Israeli projects on confiscated lands in Haifa City threaten historical landmarks, but some are fighting back.
A total of 3,455 children were killed and more than 6,600 injured in the fighting in Yemen between March 15, 2015 and September 30 this year, UNICEF spokesperson said at a press briefing.
Former foreign minister says Tunisia’s enemy is occupation, colonisation and racial discrimination policy but not Israel.
Hassan Nasrallah discloses size of his Shia group for the first time while warning head of right-wing Christian party, Samir Geagea, against igniting civil war in the small Arab country.
EU foreign policy chief says he hopes the Iranian and EU diplomats will have preparatory meetings in Brussels in the days to come to revive nuclear talks.
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