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  1. Lebanon Wildfire

    Wildfire rages for 2nd day in Lebanon, spreads to Syria

    Lebanese firefighters struggled for the second day on Thursday (Jul 29) to contain wildfires in the country’s north that have spread across the ...
  2. Donations for flood victims lie in the church of St. Nicholas and Rochus in Mayschoss

    'Like back in Syria': Migrant volunteers clear up flood-hit Germany

    Syrian volunteers have rushed to towns hit by Germany's most devastating floods in 60 years to clean them up and renovate homes, drawing on their ...
  3. Rubble in a street at the scene of an explosion aimed at Ahrar al-Sharqiya rebels in the Syrian town

    US slaps sanctions on Syria armed group with Turkey links

    The United States on Wednesday (Jul 28) slapped sanctions on a Syrian armed group that killed a Kurdish politician amid Turkey's 2019 incursion, ...
  4. gavel crime (1)

    Germany charges Syrian doctor with crimes against humanity

    Germany charges Syrian doctor with crimes against humanity
  5. Badminton - Men's Singles - Group Stage

    Olympics-Badminton-Sisters inspire shuttlers at Games

    Many of the 173 badminton players at the Tokyo 2020 Olympics were pushed into the sport by enthusiastic parents hoping to raise the next Lin Dan ...
  6. Syrian refugee and Olympic badminton player Aram Mahmoud poses after a match at Musashino Forest Sp

    Badminton-From refugee to Olympian, Aram Mahmoud fights to play

    Six years ago, Aram Mahmoud fled war-torn Syria for the Netherlands, leaving behind his sister, parents and dreams of becoming a world-class ...
  7. Members of civil society, humanitarian aid, medical and rescue services formed a human chain in a

    UN Security Council extends cross-border aid operation for Syria

    The UN Security Council on Friday unanimously approved an extension of activity at the only border crossing through which humanitarian aid reaches ...
  8. Iraq's Joint Operations Command soldiers inspect the truck and the site from where rockets wer

    Pentagon 'deeply concerned' by recent attacks on personnel in Iraq, Syria

    The Pentagon said on Thursday it was deeply concerned about a series of attacks on U.S. personnel in Iraq and Syria in recent days.