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Defense Minister Visits al-Habit Town in Idleb Hours after Liberation

IDLEB, (ST)- Minister of Defense, Maj. Gen. Ali Abullah Ayoub on Sunday visited the town of al-Habit in Idleb southern countryside a few hours after it was liberated from terrorism.

The minister met with the fighters who defeated the terrorists and drove them out of al-Habit after inflicting a heavy loss upon them. He then made a tour in the town which the terrorists have turned into a network of tunnels, fortifications and barriers.

Syrian army units regain control over strategic town in Idleb countryside

According to a report broadcasted by the Syrian Alikhbaria TV Channel, the Syrian army units recaptured today the strategic al-Habit town in the southern side of Idleb after a rapid military operation.
 
A military leader in the field told the TV correspondent that the army units carried out a rapid military operation from several axes and they confronted snipers, rocket attacks and mines at the entrance of the town, and then they engaged in fighting with terrorists. 

Syria Wins Two Bronze Medals in International Informatics Olympiad in Azerbaijan

DAMASCUS, (ST)- The Syrian team participating in the International Informatics Olympiad in Azerbaijan has won two bronze medals. Teams from 87 countries took part in the competitions which concluded on Saturday.

Students Ahmad Mohammad Munther Haidar from Damascus and Mohammad Nour Mohammad Khaldoun al-Masri  from Aleppo got the bronze for their distinguished performance, according to Syria's Creativity and Distinction Agency.

Electric power returns to Quneitra

Quneitra - Electric power has returned to the houses of people residing in the liberated city of Quneitra after 5 years of living in darkness due to terrorist attacks.

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More displaced Syrians return home from Jordan camps

Dara'a - More refugees are arriving today through the Syrian Jordanian border point Nasib (Azrak Refugee Camp).

They are returning to their cities and villages that have been liberated from terrorists by the Syrian Arab Army.

After been given food and medicine the government will then transport them to their liberated areas.

The returnees expressed their heartfelt gratitude to the Syrian Arab Army for giving them the chance to return home after the hardship they suffered in the refugee camps they were at.

Nasib border point witnesses daily ,refugees returning back home

Reem Haddad

Editor in Chief

 

Protests Renewed in Hasaka Eastern Countryside against US-Backed SDF Militia

HASAKA, (ST)- The people of Hasaka eastern countryside took to the streets on Friday in protest against the crimes and oppressive practices committed against civilians by the US-backed Syria Democratic Forces (SDF) militia.

Local sources in Tal Brak area in Niss Tel village said that the locals in this area took to the streets calling for putting an end to the violations and aggressive practices of SDF militia, including the kidnapping of civilians.

The sources pointed out that the locals cut the road between Tal Brak and Qamishli city by burning tires and called for the immediate release of the kidnapped.

Syria: US-Turkish Deal on So-Called "Safe Zone" Flagrant Aggression of Syria's Sovereignty, Territorial Integrity

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Syria has affirmed its rejection of the US-Turkish announced agreement on the establishment of a so-called "safe zone" in Syria's northern region, according to an official source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates.

The source said that the agreement is a flagrant violation of Syrian's unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity and it blatantly breaches the principles of International Law and UN Charter.

The agreement has very clearly uncovered the American-Turkish partnership in it's aggression on Syria, said the source, noting that the deal serves the Israeli occupation interests as well as the expansionist aspirations of the Turkish regime and it unveils the Turkish government's policy of circumvention and disinformation.