The US conducted an airstrike in northern Syria, killing Abu Ala, the No. 2 Islamic State leader in Syria, and Abu Mu’ad al Qahtani, another IS leader.
Around 150 people, mostly Lebanese and Syrians, were on board the small boat that sank Thursday in the Mediterranean Sea off the Syrian city of Tartus.
The Association of Detainees and the Missing in Sednaya Prison found that there were at least two salt rooms used for the bodies of those who died under torture, from sickness or hunger.
Roy as a lone woman fought against the repressive Tranvancore Christian Succession Act which barred Syrian Christian women from obtaining a decent inheritance from their father's property.
Nearby tarmac appeared burned. Syria, like many Middle East nations, have dual-use airports that include civilian and military sides. Flights at the airport have been disrupted by the attack.
Ships are supposed to keep their AIS trackers on, but vessels wanting to hide their movements often turn theirs off. Those heading to Syrian ports routinely do so.
The child was lucky to emerge unscathed from two bombing attacks during their time with IS, judges found.
In June, Israeli airstrikes temporarily put Damascus International Airport out of commission.
Ukrainian President Zelensky already announced he was severing ties with Syria late last month after Syria recognised the Russian-backed breakaway republics of Donetsk and Lugansk in eastern Ukraine.
As the West heaps sanctions on Russia and the costly campaign drags on, Putin is seeking to bolster ties with Tehran, a fellow target of severe US sanctions and a potential military and trade partner.
Russia, one of the veto members, is demanding an aid extension of only six months, while many other council members, the U.N. secretary-general are pushing for another year-long mandate.
Russia proposed amendments to a draft resolution by Ireland and Norway reducing their year-long time frame for deliveries.
According to the Syrian state media, the attack occurred in the province of Raqqa, which was once controlled by the extremist Islamic State group.
The area is dominated by the al-Qaida-linked militant group, Hayaat Tahrir al-Sham.
"Many families struggle to make ends meet. Prices of basic supplies including food are skyrocketing, partially as a result of the crisis in Ukraine."
Food prices around the world were already rising, but the war in Ukraine has accelerated the increase since Russia's invasion began on February 24.
The ministry’s spokeswoman, Maria Zakharova, said that Turkey had asked Russia more than a month ago not to send Syria-bound planes over its territory.
So far, only a small number of Syrians appear to have arrived in Russia for military training ahead of deployment on the front lines.
The reference to "deliberate placement" of explosive charges on the base appeared to raise the prospect of infiltration and a lapse of base security.
The Jacobite Syrian Church (JSC) has issued an official statement disowning the remarks of Metropolitan Gregorios Mar Coorilos against the state’s SilverLine project.