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Israeli-made arms found in the south of Syria

SWEIDA, (ST)_ The Special authorities uncover an arms cache left behind by terrorist groups in Sweida countryside in the south of the country.

According to the Syrian News Agency (SANA), the arms cache, which was discovered in al-Lujat  area  contained a big quantity of arms, some of them were made in Israel and the West, plus quantity of medicine, shells and explosive belts.

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A state of calm at Syria-Turkey border

The Syrian-Turkish border witnesses a state of calm amid confusion among the members of the 'Syrian Democratic Forces' militia, according to the Syrian Alikhbaria TV channel.

The TV added Hasaka residents call for unity against the Turkish attack and they want the Syrian army to impose its control over all Syrian territories.

SDF militia tightens the grip on Der Ezzour towns

The separatist 'Syria Democratic Forces' militia tightens the grip on towns of the northern countryside of Der Ezzour through setting up many check points for preventing farmers from reaching their agricultural fields, according to local sources.

AS for the developments in Idleb, records sent to the TV channel confirm that terrorist groups cut the road before 50 cars loaded with luggage of people, who want to leave terror-held areas through Abo Dhohur corridor.

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All foreign military forces illegally present in Syria must leave: Kremlin

Moscow,( ST) - Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov reiterated his country's position that all all foreign military forces illegally present in Syria must leave.

Peskov stressed in statements in Moscow today that the Turkish regime should commit itself to a political solution to the crisis in Syria and avoid measures that impede this solution.

Peskov denied that the Russian President Vladimir Putin had discussed with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan by telephone new "military" plans of his regime in Syria.

Governorate of Damascus Countryside honored families of martyrs

Marking the 46th anniversary of the October liberation war, the governorate of Damascus Countryside honored about a thousand families of martyrs and veterans in a festival organized at the Conference Palace in Damascus.

During the festival, the Orpheus Orchestra led by Maestro André Maalouli played pieces of music simulating Damascus history and greatness, in addition to presenting a panorama of local musical heritage in all governorates.

The great artist Duraid Lahham participated in the band with a song about Syria, while other artists took part with the song “I write the name of my country”.

Turkish attack on SDF militia in the north of Syria has begun

The Turkish attack on the sites of the ‘Syrian Democratic Forces’ militia in Hasaka and Raqqa in the north of Syria has begun, according to the Syrian Alikhbaria TV channel.

The TV channel reported that the Turkish attack targeted Tal Tawil area, which is one of the SDF militia’s sites in al-Malekeyeh area in the northeastern countryside of Hasaka. No casualties were reported.

Mikdad: Syria Exerted Great Efforts to Remove the Mines Placed by Terrorists

 DAMASCUS, (ST)- The Syrian state has exerted great efforts to demine the areas which have been liberated from terrorists who, before their defeat planted mines and explosive devices everywhere in order to kill as many civilians as possible, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faysal al-Mikdad said during his meeting on Monday with Director of the United Nations Mine Action Service (UNMAS) Agnes Marcaillou.

 Al-Mikdad stressed that the Syrian government will continue to cooperate with the UN Mine Action Service in order to clean all the liberated areas from mines and protect the Syrian citizens against this danger.