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Global report: EU countries block hydroxychloroquine, South Korea fears new spike

Global report: EU countries block hydroxychloroquine, South Korea fears new spike

France, Italy and Belgium respond to safety fears around drug; UN issues food insecurity warning for Africa; mosques reopen in Syria Coronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFrance,
Greece fears border standoff with Turkey over migrants' return

Greece fears border standoff with Turkey over migrants' return

Turkey says migrants may return to frontier as countries emerge from lockdownsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageGreece fears a fresh standoff on its border with Turkey after
From Idlib to Tripoli: Turkey's grab for influence in Libya

From Idlib to Tripoli: Turkey's grab for influence in Libya

Syrian mercenaries are just part of Istanbul’s plan for supremacy in the eastern Mediterranean The first time Wael Amr got on a plane was not quite what he had hoped for. Air travel in films led him
Gold Star Husband, Green Beret Veteran Joe Kent: Why He Supports President Trump

Gold Star Husband, Green Beret Veteran Joe Kent: Why He Supports President Trump

Kent has taken on a new role as coalition board member of Military Families for Trump to get President Donald Trump re-elected.
ISIS Prisoners Threaten U.S. Mission in Northeastern Syria

ISIS Prisoners Threaten U.S. Mission in Northeastern Syria

Overcrowded, makeshift prisons and camps and fears of Covid-19 have led to two riots by hardened fighters.
ISIS Prisoners Threaten U.S. Mission in Northeastern Syria

ISIS Prisoners Threaten U.S. Mission in Northeastern Syria

Overcrowded, makeshift prisons and camps and fears of Covid-19 have led to two riots by hardened fighters.
Report: Texas Naval Base Jihadi Secured U.S. Citizenship Despite Living in Syria

Report: Texas Naval Base Jihadi Secured U.S. Citizenship Despite Living in Syria

An accused terrorist who allegedly opened fire on United States Navy personnel in Corpus Christi, Texas, was able to secure American citizenship through a little-known immigration loophole, a former
Kosovo Albanians Charged with Joining the Islamic State

Kosovo Albanians Charged with Joining the Islamic State

PRISTINA, Kosovo (AP) - Kosovo prosecutors on Friday filed terrorism charges against two ethnic Albanian women for allegedly joining the Islamic State group in Syria.
Why Did Assad Just Seize His Cousin’s Assets?

Why Did Assad Just Seize His Cousin’s Assets?

A deepening family rift shows intensifying pressure on the Syrian president.
Trump Administration Says Iran Could Exit Syria Amid Pandemic

Trump Administration Says Iran Could Exit Syria Amid Pandemic

The State Department’s top official for Iran thinks Russia and Syria see more benefits to a potential Iranian drawdown.
'Battle of Ramadan': Jihadis Kill 584, Injure 587 in Three Weeks of Holy Month

'Battle of Ramadan': Jihadis Kill 584, Injure 587 in Three Weeks of Holy Month

Casualties at the hands of jihadis during the first three weeks of Ramadan hit a grim milestone, exceeding 1,000 with 584 fatalities and 587 injuries, data compiled by Breitbart News shows.
Assad's cousin says Syrian government is seizing his assets

Assad's cousin says Syrian government is seizing his assets

Rami Makhlouf, former backer of Assad regime, also barred from doing business with state One of Syria’s wealthiest businessmen has said that the government of his cousin Bashar al-Assad has ordered
Syria's warring parties agree to Geneva talks

Syria's warring parties agree to Geneva talks

"As soon as the pandemic situation allows, they have agreed to come to Geneva and they have agreed on an agenda for the next meeting," UN Special Envoy Geir Pedersen said on Tuesday.
The Commander in Chief’s Following Wanes

The Commander in Chief’s Following Wanes

Trump started his term with strong support in America’s armed forces. But the respect the president typically gets from the military has cooled.
Idlib Was Their Last Refuge. They Couldn’t Hide From the Bombs.

Idlib Was Their Last Refuge. They Couldn’t Hide From the Bombs.

Millions of Syrians have fled to Idlib Province seeking safety. During a rare reporting trip, The Times found that President Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies are still bombing them.
Idlib Was Their Last Refuge. They Couldn’t Hide From the Bombs.

Idlib Was Their Last Refuge. They Couldn’t Hide From the Bombs.

Millions of Syrians have fled to Idlib Province seeking safety. During a rare reporting trip, The Times found that President Bashar al-Assad and his Russian allies are still bombing them.
Syrian TV drama uses photo of real regime victim to represent murdered woman

Syrian TV drama uses photo of real regime victim to represent murdered woman

An Interview With Mr Adam sparks revulsion by using picture of Rehab al-AlawiA new Ramadan television series in Syria has been met with revulsion by the opposition and diaspora community after a
DOJ: Pakistani Doctor on H-1B Visa Wanted to Attack U.S. for ISIS

DOJ: Pakistani Doctor on H-1B Visa Wanted to Attack U.S. for ISIS

A Pakistani doctor, admitted to the United States through the H-1B visa program, wanted to attack Americans for the Islamic State (ISIS), federal agents say in a criminal complaint.