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Service, health and housing projects opened in Nabek city

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Rainbow Choir presents the fourth version of “Perspective” at Dar al-Assad Theater in Lattakia

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Israeli Occupation forces arrest three Palestinians in Hebron

Occupied Jerusalem, SANA- Israeli Occupation forces on Sunday arrested three Palestinians in Hebron City in the West Bank. Wafa News Agency reported that the Israeli forces stormed into Beit Kahil …

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France threatens Turkey with European sanctions over transferring terrorists from Syria to Karabakh

Yerevan, SANA- French Minister of State for Foreign Affairs Jean-Baptiste Lemoyne affirmed that his country discusses with its European partners the possibility of imposing sanctions on the Turkish regime because …

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An exhibition in Khan Asaad Pasha on traditional dress for different Syrian environments

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Egyptian party demands serious step to lift coercive measures imposed on Syria

 Cairo, SANA- The Egyptian Democratic Unionist Party (DUP) called for a serious Arab and international stance for lifting the unilateral coercive economic measures imposed on Syria by the United States …

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Sweida rainfalls on Saturday

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Israeli occupation forces arrest two Palestinians in Hebron

Occupied Jerusalem, SANA-  Israeli Occupation forces arrested on Saturday two Palestinians in Hebron city in the West Bank. Wafa News Agency reported that the Israeli forces stormed the city of …

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Temperatures below average, weather Partly cloudy to rainy

Damascus, SANA-Temperatures remain below average from 2 to 6 degrees as the country is affected by a low air pressure accompanied by relatively cold humid air mass. Meteorology Department expected …

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US occupation brings out 25 vehicles from Hasaka countryside to Iraq

Hasaka, SANA-US occupation brought out a convoy of its forces from its illegal bases in the countryside of Hasaka to the Iraqi territory through illegal Al-Walid crossing. Civil sources told …

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