Baath Party Holds Its 14th National Conference

DAMASCUS, (ST)- The Baath Arab Socialist Party (BASP) on Sunday held its 14th National Conference with the participation of representatives  of national parties in Lebanon, Palestine, Jordan, Iraq, Yemen, Sudan, Tunisia, Mauritania and Syria.

The party's current national leadership presented its resignation to the conference, before the conferees started discussing issues relating to methods of enhancing the party's vividness and self-development abilities as to be able to cope with developments, meet the aspirations of the young generations and play a more effective role in boosting national thinking in the region.

41 persons return from Jarablous camps to al-Waer neighborhood

Homs - After suffering from the bad humanitarian and health conditions at the camps in Jarablous, a number of families which left al-Waer neighborhood in the framework of the reconciliation agreement on Saturday evening returned to Homs City.

41 persons returned to al-Waer neighborhood after they left it in the framework of the reconciliation agreement and they asserted that they decided to return due to the persecution and the inhumane treatment they found in Jarablous City in Aleppo Countryside, according to SANA.

2289 People including 1058 Gunmen Leave al-Qaboun in Implementation of First Phase of Settlement Agreement

DAMASCUS- 2289 people including 1058 gunmen on Sunday left  al-Qaboun neighborhood announcing the end of the first phase of the settlement reached in the district, Bisher al-Sabban, Damascus Governor said.

Earlier in the day, the first group of militants has started to leave al-Qaboun neighborhood on the eastern outskirts of Damascus city after terrorist organizations surrendered to Syrian army.

Terrorist Confesses to Working with “White Helmets” in Aleppo to Fabricate Chemical Attack and Blame Syrian Army

ALEPPO – Terrorist Walid Hendi confessed to taking part in fabricating videos and photos for a Turkish TV channel while working with the so-called “White Helmets” that depict neighborhoods and areas in Aleppo being attacked with chemical weapons in order to blame the Syrian Arab Army, SANA reported.

In confessions broadcast by the Syrian TV on Saturday evening, al-Hendi said that he joined the “white Helmets” three years ago in return for receiving funds from the so-called “local council” and financers from Arab Gulf countries.

Army begins combing Tishreen neighborhood, terrorists in al-Qaboun accept settlement

Damascus/Deir Ezzor – Syrian Arab Army units entered Tishreen neighborhood at the eastern outskirts of Damascus city, beginning wide-scale and precise combing operations in the area.

Army units are now deployed in all parts of Tishreen neighborhood and are now dismantling IEDs and landmines planted by the terrorists in the area, SANA reported.

Hundreds of gunmen and some of their family members exited Tishreen neighborhood and Barzeh area on Monday as per the settlement agreement reached to end all armed manifestations in the area.

Combat operations in al-Qaboun neighborhood have ceased completely as of noon on Tuesday after terrorist organizations in the area announced that they accept the settlement and that their remaining members will leave.

National Meeting in Saasaa Area in Support of Army against Terrorism

QUNEITRA – A national meeting was held in Saasaa area in the countryside of Damascus with the participation of civil, official and religious figures from the provinces of Quneitra and Damascus Countryside, according to SANA.

Governor of Quneitra Ahmad Sheikh Abdul-Qader addressed the meeting saying that the people of Golan and Quneitra support their homeland against terrorism and its backers, stressing that Syria will achieve victory thanks to the sacrifices of its armed forces.

More than 1000 Gunmen Handed over Their Weapons, Had Their Legal Status Settled in Darra countryside

DARAA, (ST)-More than 1000 wanted people have had their legal status settled in Mahajjeh town in Daraa northwestern countryside within the framework of all-out reconciliation in the area.

According to SANA reporter, more than 1000 gunmen handed over their weapons and settled their legal status. Some 450 of those gunmen have been absent from military service.