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History Will Judge Erdogan as a War Criminal, Says al-Mikdad

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faysal al-Mikdad has described President of the Turkish regime Recep Tayyib Erdogan as a killer because he opened the borders before 170 thousand terrorists to enter Syria and commit crimes against the Syrians, according to Beirut-based al-Mayadeen TV.

Al-Mikdad's remarks came after Turkey had launched a military operation in the north of Syria.

 In a statement to journalists on Thursday, al-Mikdad said that the Turkish regime keeps protecting Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist organization, affirming that Erdogan is a liar and that lying has taken root inside him since the beginning of the crisis in Syria.

SDF militia forcibly takes young men to battlefields in Hasaka

HASAKA, (ST)_The 'Syrian Democratic Forces' militia pressed ahead with its suppressive acts against Hasaka residents.

The militia raided scores of homes in Tal Tamer towns in Hasaka countryside and took young men forcibly to battlefield sites.

10 US officers and foreign experts leave Syria towards Iraq

HASAKA, (ST)_The United States pulled 100 troops and dozens of vehicles from Syrian territories towards Iraq, according to the Syrian News Agency (SANA).

The agency made it clear the US occupation troops and the vehicles left the Syrian territories in two batches through Simalka crossing towards Iraq.

More casualties and huge destruction on the second day of the Turkish regime army's attack on the northeast of Syria

HASAKA, RAQQA,(ST)_For the second day running, the Turkish regime army continues its attack on several towns in Hasaka and Raqqa, killing and injuring many civilians and causing damages to infrastructures, vital facilities and homes.

According to the Syrian News Agency (SANA), the Turkish army's jets and artillery struck this morning towns and villages of Raes Al-Ayin and Qamishli in Hasaka countryside and in Ein Issa area in the northern countryside of Raqqa.

Syria Is Now Focusing on the Reconstruction Process and the Return of Displaced Syrians: Ala

GENEVA, (ST)- Syria's Permanent Representative to the United Nations in Geneva Husam Eddin Ala has warned against the Turkish regime's political maneuvers which exploit the refugee crisis to achieve political and economic gains and justify establishing a so-called "safe zone" inside the Syrian territories.

In a statement during the 70th session of the executive committee of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees, Ala stressed that the Syrian state is currently focusing on reconstructing what terrorism had destroyed and on facilitating the return of the displaced Syrians to their areas and meeting their basic needs. He pointed out that the Syrian government has made progress in this domain despite the economic blockade imposed on the country.

He called for supporting the Syrian state's efforts to rehabilitate the infrastructure and the service facilities damaged by terrorism and called for lifting the economic sanctions in order to facilitate the return of the refugees.