The displacement process continues largely from separate areas in the western sector of the countryside of Aleppo,
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More than 70,000 civilians have been displaced from the western countryside of Aleppo.

The displacement process continues largely from separate areas in the western sector of the countryside of Aleppo, against the backdrop of the Syrian regime and

Salah Badi, commander of the militia, the "al-Samoud Brigade" of the al-Wefaq forces affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, said that he does not recognize the decisions of the United Nations and the pernicious international community.
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Leader of the Brotherhood’s militia in Libya: We do not recognize UN resolutions.

Salah Badi, commander of the militia, the “al-Samoud Brigade” of the al-Wefaq forces affiliated with the Muslim Brotherhood, said that he does not recognize the

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) asked on Wednesday afternoon to vote on a draft resolution in support of the ceasefire in Libya.
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The United Nations Security Council called to vote on a draft resolution on Libya

The United Nations Security Council (UNSC) asked on Wednesday afternoon to vote on a draft resolution in support of the ceasefire in Libya. If the

While Russia and Turkey were busy shifting blame on each other, the Syrian government forces have gone and captured quite a lot of area in the northwestern part of Aleppo province in Syria
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Turkey strikes Syrian army positions and “neutralizes” more than 100 soldiers.

The Turkish Ministry of Defense said, on Monday, that it had “neutralized” more than 100 soldiers in the Syrian army by striking dozens of government

The UAE forces returned home from Yemen after sweating it out and helping the war-torn region to regain strength and stand on its feet again
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How Saudi Coalition Was On The Right Side Of History In Yemen

The UAE forces returned home from Yemen after sweating it out and helping the war-torn region to regain strength and stand on its feet again.