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Protests in Hasaka against US-backed SDF militia

HASAKA, (ST)_Protests staged in Al-Shdadi city to the south of Hasaka against the practices of the "Syrian Democratic Forces" militia towards civilians.

The protests included cutting off the main road and closing shops, according to local sources.

Yesterday, the US-backed militia tied a 78-old man up and beat him with their rifles on the head and left him to bleed to death and they also attacked the man's wife and beat her causing serious injuries to the woman.

Car bomb blast in Aleppo countryside leaves casualties

ALEPPO,(ST)_ At least one civilian was martyred and 11 others wounded in a car bomb blast in Afrin city in the northern countryside of Aleppo.

According to local sources, the blast occurred at a main road in Jenders city which is affiliated to Afrin area in the north of Aleppo, leaving casualties and causing damages to civilians’ homes.

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Washington does not respect UN members, Says Zakharova

Moscow, (ST) - The Russian Foreign Ministry has denied US allegation that the Russian delegation members did not apply for visas to attend the work of the UN General Assembly on time.

"Several members of the official Russian delegation have not received US visas to participate in the UN General Assembly," Foreign Ministry spokeswoman Maria Zakharova said in a statement quoted by Sputnik. "The United States’ refusal to issue entry visas to a number of Russian delegates to the UN General Assembly session is an example of Washington’s outrageous disrespect towards UN members, Zakharova said.

Syria will always remain vivid and hospitable

Eva Zu Beck is not one of the journalists who regularly visits Syria to make a video or write an article about the war for their mainstream media outlets.

She simply identified herself as a vlogger and was clear that her two-part video about her visit to Syria titled “What's It Like to Be a Tourist in ALEPPO/Damascus in 2019?” is not meant to be “a political commentary.”

US-Backed "Qasad" Militants Beat 78-Year-Old Man to Death in Syria's Hasaka

HASAKA, (ST)- The US-backed Qasad separatist militia (Syria Democratic Forces) early on Monday killed a 78-year-old man in al-Nashwa neighborhood in Hasaka city in the northeast part of Syria, according to identical local and media sources .

The militants tied the man up and beat him with their rifles on the head and left him to bleed to death, the sources said, adding that the Qasad militants also attacked the man's wife and beat her causing serious injuries to the woman.

After committing this horrible crime, the Washington-backed militants broke into the old man's house and stole his money and properties under the sight of the frightened residents of the Qasad militia-held neighborhood.