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Damascus and its Kurds: America’s Syndrome!

Given that the U.S. presence is vital for the survival of the AANES, the prospect of withdrawal leaves the entire issue uncertain Akil Mahfouz writes in Athr Press. While the Autonomous Administration and the SDF exert significant control in eastern Syria, the region faces persistent high levels of perceived threats. …

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Syria Today – A New U.S. Plan for Northeast Syria?

The Pentagon has proposed a plan suggesting that the Syrian Kurdish allies, involved in the campaign against the Islamic State (ISIS), consider forming a partnership with the Syrian regime. This proposal is part of a comprehensive reevaluation of the United States’ Syria policy, currently in progress at the State Department. …

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SDF Kidnaps Kurdish National Council Leader in Qamishli

The Kurdish National Council expressed strong condemnation for the abduction of Hussein. On Wednesday, the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) reportedly apprehended Akram Hussein, leader of the Kurdish National Council – Syria, in the city of Qamishli within the Hasakeh countryside. The family of Hussein, a prominent figure in the opposition …

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War in Yemen: UAE pay for political assassinations

United Arab Emirates (UAE) don pay for politically-motivated assassinations for Yemen, one BBC investigate discover, making di conflict between di Yemen goment and different militant factions, wey recently return to di eyes of di international community, to become worse. Di counter-terrorism training wey America mercenaries give Emirati officers for Yemen …

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