Ten civilians, including two children, martyred in two car bomb blasts in Ras al-Ayn in Hasaka countryside

HASAKA, (ST)-Eight people were martyred and seven others were wounded on Saturday in a car bomb blast near Tal Halaf silos to the south of Ras al-Ayn city in Hasaka northwestern countryside where the Turkish occupation forces and mercenaries are positioned.

Local sources told SANA reporter that the explosion claimed the lives of eight civilians, wounded seven others, caused material damage in the site and burned several cars.

Two children martyred, three civilians wounded in a car bomb blast in Ras al-Ayn city

Yesterday, a car bomb explosion in Ras al-Ayn claimed the lives of two children and wounded three civilians.

Syrian Air Defenses confront Israeli attack on military positions in Hama

Military source declared: "Today at 21:25, the Israeli warplanes fired missiles from the Lebanese airspace towards Syrian military positions in the vicinity of Mesyaf city in Hama countryside."
 
It added that immediately the Syrian air defenses intercepted the missiles and downed some of them.
 
Basma Qaddour

US Caesar sanctions will have negative effects on health sector in Syria

Health Minister Nizar Yazegy has made it clear that 1400 medicne items out of 11800 ones have been priced by the ministry. 
 
His remark came during a press conference held today to talk about  pharmaceutical industries in Syria. 

The Ministry of Health: Three more Coronavirus patients have recovered

Damascus, (ST) - The Ministry  of Health  declared today the recovery of three registered cases of Corona virus in Syria, raising the total number of recoveries to 53.

The ministry said in a statement that until today, 123 cases of Coronavirus have been registered in Syria, 53 of which recovered, while  6 died.

It is noteworthy that the first registered COVID-19 case was confirmed in Syria on March 22 for a patient who came from abroad, while the first death was registered on March 29.

Raghda Sawas

Solidarity messages from Latin America to lift the economic sanctions imposed on Syria

Politicians and Members of Parliaments from Latin America confirmed that the coercive, unilateral western economic measures being imposed on Syria constitute a violation of international legitimacy and international law and a crime against humanity, especially in light of the outbreak of a Coronavirus  epidemic.
 
They also condemned the European Union's decision to renew the sanctions on Syria.