The massacre was carried out by Branch 227 of the regime’s military intelligence in April 2013, the British newspaper Guardian reports.
Rome’s stance on the Syrian regime has diverged from its Western counterparts, but rapprochement is unlikely to happen soon.
Moscow’s purported use of a hypersonic missile also carries a political message.
The false narratives surrounding the US’ invasion of Iraq continue to haunt the world nearly two decades later.
The State Department says the US does not support efforts to rehabilitate Syrian regime leader Bashar al Assad, and also does not "support others normalising relations".
Assad briefed Sheikh Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum on the latest developments in Syria, also discussed mutual interests in the Arab world, according to UAE’s state-run WAM news agency.
Russian President Vladimir Putin started with a more cautious policy in Syria but has grown more adventurist after being left unchecked for so long, culminating in today's Ukraine crisis.
Tehran finds itself in a geopolitical, economic, and diplomatic bind.
A report by The Jerusalem Post website has alleged that UN officials did not publicise an “internal UN message saying that Assad’s military had killed” two aid workers in 2016.
Shifting geopolitical tides and security priorities have strained the once-close ties between Algiers and Washington.
Short answer: Yes. Long answer: No.
The Moscow-Damascus alliance often carries out indiscriminate attacks on the heavily populated city of Idlib in Northern Syria, and are accused of violating international humanitarian law on several accounts.
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