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Fires roughly damage 1000 dunums planted with wheat in Syria's Hasaka

HASAKA, (ST)_ The fires that broke out in agricultural lands in Ras Al-Ayn region  in Hasaka province have roughly damaged  1000 dunums planted with wheat  and have caused the burning of residents' homes .
 
Local sources were quoted by the Syrian News Agency (SANA) as saying that the fire broke out in an agricultural land in Kherbet al-Banat town to the west of Ras Al-Ayn region near the Syrian-Turkish border.

Human rights organizations calls on the UN to investigate into US police violence

Geneva (ST): A number of human rights organizations called today on UN Human Rights Council to start an investigation into the US police violence in suppressing protests in the United States.

About 600 legal organizations have called for holding a special session for the Council which joins 47 states.

The organizations expressed concern that US President Donald Trump exploited his post to spread  tension as a weapon instead of  using it to achieve unity and tranquility.

Cuban journalists denounce US aggressive measures against Syria

Havana (ST): A number of Cuban journalists and physicians have denounced the continuity of the unilateral coercive measures against Syria and the so-called Caesar Act stressing that such measures are considered a savage criminal act in light of the current difficult circumstances and the spread of the Corona virus pandemic.

Cuban journalist Arlene Rodriguez demanded, in a letter she delivered through her famous TV program "Roundtable", to immediately lift the coercive measures being imposed on the Syrian people  because they directly affect the Syrian people's ability to obtain medicine and equipment required to combat the Corona virus pandemic. 

Swedish website discloses more information about Erdogan regime's support of terrorist organizations

Stockholm (ST): The Swedish Nordic Monitor website has disclosed new facts about the involvement of Erdogan's regime, its recruiting of terrorists and sending them to Syria after offering all kinds of logistic and financial support to them. The Website has unveiled that the Turkish regime recruited the terrorists Ibrahim and Abdel Qader Shan to transport logistic equipment to the terrorist organizations operating in Syria with the aim of destroying its infrastructure. The documents obtained by the Website showed that the Turkish intelligence conscripted the two brothers who are members in al-Qaeda organizations and tasked them with the operation of transporting weapons, funds and logistic equipment to Syria. They were also responsible for facilitating the entry of terrorists to Syria to carry out terrorist operations against the Syrian people and infrastructure.

3 new Coronavirus cases have been reported, while 4 cases have recovered

The Health Ministry has announced that 3 new coronavirus cases have been reported for people  in Ras al-Ma’ara town in Damascus countryside, while 4 cases have recovered.
 
The Ministry said in a statement released today that the total number of infections in Syria hit 144, adding that 62 of them have recovered and 6 have died.