Syria asserts Adana agreement does not permit Erdogan to send his troops to the north of Aleppo

DAMASCUS, (ST)_Syria is outraged at the insistence of the Turkish regime's head in lying continuously about his acts towards Syria, especially his claim about sending Turkish troops to the north of Aleppo in accordance with the Adana agreement.

A statement made by a source at the Ministry of Expatriates and Foreign Affairs said that Syria asserts that the Adana agreement, which was signed by Syria and Turkey in 1998 to secure the border of the two countries, necessitates coordination between Damascus and Ankara and it does not permit Erdogan to act individually.

Turkish regime training mercenaries in Turkey to send them to Libya: News reports reveal

MOSCOW, (ST)- New media reports on Wednesday revealed that the Turkish regime, led by Recep Tayyib Erdogan, has established camps in the Turkish territories to provide training to its mercenaries in preparation for sending them to Libya.

According to the reports, Erdogan’s regime has transported hundreds of mercenaries from the northern part of Syria to Libya with the funding and support of Qatar. The regime provided training to those mercenaries in special camps built near the Turkish city of Azmir before sending them to the Libyan city of Misrata where they joined the militias fighting the Libyan National Army.

The Army liberates new villages in the countryside of Idleb and Aleppo following fierce battles with terrorists

IDLEB/ALEPPO, (ST)- Syrian Arab Army units have liberated the  village of Islamin in Saraqib ( Idleb southeastern countryside) and al-Rayan village (Idleb eastern countryside) following fierce clashes with terrorists, according to SANA reporter.

Yesterday, the army advanced towards Saraqib from several axes and liberated al-Nerab village to the north of the Aleppo-Lattakia highway.

In Aleppo, army units have recaptured the villages of Jizraya and Zamar in Aleppo southern countryside, near the administrative borders of Idleb following fierce battles that eliminated the last terrorist hotbeds in these areas. Many terrorists were killed and their weapons were destroyed in the battles.

Syrian Red Crescent delivers food aid to citizens in Daraa al-Balad area

DARAA, (ST)- The teams of the Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC)  branch in the Syrian province of Daraa on Tuesday delivered a new batch of food aid to Daraa Al-Balad area.

The move comes within the framework of SARC's humanitarian response plan.

 Dr. Ahmed Al-Masalmeh, Head of SARC branch in Daraa told SANA that the aid, which is provided by the World Food Program, includes 4100 food baskets and 4100 flour bags. He pointed out that another batch of aid is to be distributed next Thursday.

Saudi Arabia biggest loser in war against Yemen

The bloody campaign led by the regime in Saudi Arabia against Yemen will enter its sixth year next month, and Riyadh has almost entirely failed to achieve its goals due to resistance manifested by Yemeni fighters who have not only successfully fought back but also inflicted significant damage upon the Saudi war machine.

On January 25, Yemeni army troops and allied fighters from Popular Committees launched a massive offensive, code-named Bonyan al-Marsoos (Firm Structure), to confront a major act of aggression by the Saudi-led forces that were targeting the capital Sana'a.