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"It was a mistake. I shouldn't have done it and I won't do it again," Spicer told CNN in an interview. "It was inappropriate and insensitive."
Syrian opposition blames regime; rebel group claims responsibility
‘IDF had two goals: destroy the reactor and avoid war,’ says then-military intelligence head Amos Yadlin
The false reports of airstrikes come in the context of both the US-IRGC tensions and tensions between the SDF and the Syrian regime.
By SETH J. FRANTZMAN
Announcement represents a reversal of former U.S. president Barack Obama’s aim of ousting the Syrian dictator.
By TERRANCE J. MINTNER/THE MEDIA LINE
The report, which claims to provide an account of a US offer to the Syrian regime, is interesting for some of the details it provides and the agenda it seeks to fulfill.
Kurdish-led authorities attempt to open new channels to President Bashar Assad's government as they seek to negotiate a political deal that keeps their autonomy within Syria.
Dr. Aziz Asbar was one of the directors of the Syrian Scientific Studies and Research Center, responsible for long-range rockets and chemical weapons programs
By ANNA AHRONHEIM
Russia, which is helping Assad fight rebel forces opposed to his rule, immediately condemned the strikes.
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“Ensuring the security of its borders does not mean killing civilians, and that should be condemned. In a dangerous situation in Syria, [Turkey] should not add war to war.”
Iraqi politicians condemn agreement allowing ISIS fighters to leave besieged Qalamoun.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad said that: ”the signs of victory are there. But signs are something and winning is something else.”
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