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Syrian Army deploys new air defenses in north

07 February 2018, 12:38 | Darnell Patrick

Israeli soldiers near the Israel Lebanon

Israeli soldiers near the Israel Lebanon border

The measure would "enable the delivery of humanitarian aid and services, evacuation of the critically sick and wounded, and alleviation of people's suffering, to the extent possible, wherever they are", the United Nations said.

At least 47 people killed on Tuesday bringing to 78 the number of deaths in the last 24 hours in rebel-held area.

He added there is no alternative for the Sochi and Astana conferences, describing them as the "only effective dialogues" on the seven-year old Syrian crisis.

There were air strikes on towns across the Eastern Ghouta, including Douma, where an entire building was brought down, a local witness said.

Pinheiro said the attacks on Eastern Ghouta involve "the global crimes of indiscriminate bombardment and deliberate starvation of the civilian population".

"They said they will not stay in Manbij".

French President Emmanuel Macron said last May that "any use of chemical weapons would result in reprisals and an immediate riposte, at least where France is concerned".

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Turkey says the YPG fighters Washington is supporting are part of the Kurdish Workers Party (PKK), which has fought an insurgency in southern Turkey for three decades.

"If there was a sufficiently long pause in hostilities, medical evacuations and humanitarian convoys could resume in East Ghouta, saving the lives of hundreds who need urgent medical attention, including many critically ill children", they said.

Turkish troops launched "Operation Olive Branch" on January 20 in a bid to remove the YPG militia from Syria's northwestern region of Afrin.

"It means you have calculations against Turkey and Iran, and maybe Russian Federation". Turkey's armed forces in a statementon tuesday said the Turkish forces were setting up a military post when the rocket and mortar attack by some militants occurred.

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) has recently deployed air defense missiles to the northern provinces of Idlib and Aleppo, following the Turkish military's incursion in both governorates, the Reuters News Agency quoted a military commander on Monday.

That deal largely collapsed in December when the Syrian army along with Iran-backed militias and heavy Russian air power launched a major offensive to take territory in Idlib province and surrounding areas.

Ahead of the Turkish offensive against Afrin, the Syrian government had threatened to shoot down any Turkish warplanes in Syrian air space.



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