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Russian Document on Syria Warns against Kurdish State, Permanent US Presence

Russian Document on Syria Warns against Kurdish State, Permanent US Presence

A document that will form the basis of a Russian conference on Syria warned against any permanent American presence in the war-torn country and against the formation of a Kurdish state. The document, a copy of which was obtained by Asharq Al-Awsat, presented the “rules of the game” in the Middle

After its Military Defeat in Mosul, Efforts underway to Eliminate ISIS Ideology

After its Military Defeat in Mosul, Efforts underway to Eliminate ISIS Ideology

The Iraqi city of Mosul has entered a new phase in its battle against the ISIS terrorist organization.

Baghdad Holds Solution to Ending Economic Paralysis in Iraqi Kurdistan

The Iraqi Kurdistan region witnessed during the past decade remarkable economic development in wake of the 2003 collapse of the former regime in Baghdad. That period witnessed a period of prosperous trade with Iraq to reach tens of billions of dollars annually.

Will Escalation Lead to a Syrian Version of Resolution 1701?

Will Escalation Lead to a Syrian Version of Resolution 1701?

Several Iranian-Israeli factors have become clear on the ground lately. Questions have therefore been raised behind closed doors: When will the confrontation break out? How? What are its limits? It is no secret that Syria has transformed into a regional and international battleground.

Syria: Rescuers Scramble to Cope with Raids amid More Deaths in Eastern Ghouta

Syria: Rescuers Scramble to Cope with Raids amid More Deaths in Eastern Ghouta

A fourth consecutive day of heavy regime raids on the rebel-held enclave of Eastern Ghouta near the capital Damascus killed 22 civilians on Thursday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said as exhausted emergency workers struggled to rescue and treat affected residents.

Washington: ISIS Oil Fires in Iraq Lead to Long-term Environmental, Health Damages

Washington: ISIS Oil Fires in Iraq Lead to Long-term Environmental, Health Damages

US officials warned against short and long-term consequences as a result of ISIS burning oil wells following its defeat in Iraq. The officials have monitored the destruction and environmental damage done to Kuwait by Iraqi President Saddam Hussein's forces when they set fire to the country's oil

ISIS Announces Virtual War against West, Says US Report

ISIS Announces Virtual War against West, Says US Report

The ISIS terrorist group has declared a “virtual war” against western countries and interests after losing its stronghold of Raqqa in Syria in 2017, said a US report on Tuesday. American experts said that the internet war will harm western countries because ISIS will be able to recruit members fo

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