The United Nations International Children’s Emergency Fund, commonly known as UNICEF, published a statement on latest events in northwestern Syria. “At least 12 children have been killed in northwestern Syria since April 20 as violence in the demilitarized zone continues to escalate.”, statement reads.
In an interview to “ANHA” media outlet, the Co-Chair of the Syrian Democratic Council (SDC), a political wing of the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), Amina Omer confirmed the information on the forthcoming congress aimed at determining the Kurdish-held territories scheduled for May 3 in the city of Ain Issa in Northern Syria.
According to the source, a conference on the determination of the Kurdish-held areas’ status is expected to be carried out in Northern Syria. The media has not yet confirmed this information, but such a meeting had been long-awaited.
The US-backed SDF has released about 600 foreign ISIS terrorists from jails in Raqqa province.
The Kurdish PYD has reportedly received additional supplies of advanced weapons provided by the US.
A new round of multilateral negotiations for establishing peace in Syria within the framework known as the Astana process kicked off in Kazakhstan’s capital of Nur-Sultan on Thursday.
Damascus has repeatedly criticized Washington over its reluctance to allow people to leave the Rukban camp.
Rumors circulated last week that Russians handed over the remains of the notorious spy Eli Cohen to Israel.
Geneva negotiations head of the Syrian High Negotiations Committee Naser al Hariri has met with Russian President’s Special Envoy to Syria, Alexander Lavrentiev.
The US-led international coalition targeted SDF-owned fuel tankers destined for government-held areas.