• Bombing wedding Syria

    hasaka October 3, 2016 21:15 Hot Recent News

    A suicide bomber on Monday placed a bomb on a Kurdish wedding in Hasaka, in northeastern Syria. According to local media reports have therefore been at least thirteen people dead. That death toll is likely to rise further. A spokesman for local police said on TV that 55 injured. Many are in bad shape.

  • Explosions in Syrian cities

    Explosions in Syrian cities

    damascus September 5, 2016 08:48 Hot Recent News

    In four Syrian towns (partly) in the hands of government troops have been heavy explosions Monday, Syrian state media reports. The explosions were reported in the town of Tartus on the coast, the central city of Homs, a suburb of the capital Damascus and the northeastern city of Hasaka.

  • Coalition ground troops protecting Hasaka

    Coalition ground troops protecting Hasaka

    August 19, 2016 20:30 Hot Recent News

    The coalition put forward by the United States has expanded the number of patrol flights over northeastern Syria to protect the ground US special forces. The Americans provide training and advice to the Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF), which were attacked by Syrian government aircraft near the city of Hasaka.

  • Attack in Kurdish northern Syria

    Attack in Kurdish northern Syria

    July 5, 2016 20:39 Hot Recent News

    A bomb attack on the northeastern Syrian town of Hasaka, which is largely in the hands of the Kurdish YPG, said Tuesday at least sixteen people died. A suicide bomber on a motorcycle blew himself up at a bakery, reported the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights. The death toll is probably because there are many cases severely injured.

  • IS expels rebels at Turkish border

    May 27, 2016 13:15 Hot Recent News

    Islamic State (IS) has Syrian rebels in Aleppo province expelled after a months-long battle in an area near the Turkish border. The last time the rebels were on the winning side, but IS launched a counterattack.

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