The origins of the current US role in eastern Syria are in 2014 when the US began bombing ISIS in eastern Syria, forming the Kurdish YPG into the Syrian Democratic Forces.
One unarmed woman politician, a victim of what Turkish media called a “successful neutralization” was dragged by her hair by jihadists and shot to death.
Matar endorsed the idea conceived by Mahmoud Abbas that there should be an "Arab Keren Hayesod."
The hacking campaign, the extent of which has not been previously revealed, was most active in the Middle East but also targeted organizations in Britain, they said.
Ras al Ain is one of two towns on the Turkish-Syrian border that have been the main targets of Turkey's offensive to push back Kurdish fighters and create a "safe zone" inside Syria.
“The quickest way to get them out of danger was to get them into Iraq,” Acting chief of staff Mick Mulvaney told Fox News Sunday.
Hariri accused his rivals of obstructing his reform measures that could unlock $11 billion in Western donor pledges and help avert economic collapse.
The decisions call for a 50% reduction in the salaries of current and former officials and $3.3 billion in contributions from banks to achieve a "near zero deficit" for the 2020 budget.
In an interview with Fox News Channel, Graham said a conversation he had with Trump over the weekend had fueled his optimism.
Erdogan agreed with U.S. Vice President Mike Pence, a five-day ceasefire to allow the YPG to withdraw from a "safe zone" Ankara aims to establish near its border.
Abd Al-Hamid Al-Hamshari wrote that since September 11, the US has brought chaos upon the Middle East region, claiming that the America created Al-Qaeda and ISIS to serve the interests of Israel.
According to Radio Farda, Shahnavazi stated that the Islamic Republic Weightlifting Federation never provided him with financial support to participate in international competitions.
The bipartisan delegation included the heads of key House committees.
The unravelling of US policy on Syria is continuing almost two weeks after President Trump decided to withdraw US troops from the border with Turkey.
Fearful of having their heads crushed, or being dragged to death, more than 200,000 people have fled the war made possible by the US decision to withdraw.
The leader of the terrorist group threatened that his supporters would go out into the protests if necessary.
Syrian rebel groups often based some of their movements in Turkey itself, and could be used to fight the SDF, but had to first be told they were fighting to liberate their own lands.
Israel has participated in a number of international conferences in the Persian Gulf for various reasons
Special Representative for Iran Brian Hook that if the embargo is not renewed, there would be dire consequences for the Middle East