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  1. Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu speaks during a news conference in Ankara

    Kurdish YPG militia may aid Syrian government in Idlib operation - Turkish foreign minister

    Turkey's foreign minister said in a letter to New York Times editors published on Thursday that the Kurdish YPG militia may aid the Syrian ...
  2. Syria chemical samples

    Syria government behind sarin gas attack in April: UN probe

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    Syria says troops reach Iraq border after US tensions

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    N Korea may be capable of sarin-loaded missile attack: Japan

    "There is a possibility that North Korea is already capable of delivering (via missile) a warhead containing sarin," Prime Minister Abe told a ...
  5. NYSE Mar 29

    US stocks edge lower on worries over Syria, French election

    Wall Street stocks finished modestly lower on Tuesday as worries about Syria and the upcoming French presidential election weighed on investor ...
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    Indonesia condemns Syria chemical attack, urges UN to resolve conflict

    Indonesia, home to the world's biggest Muslim population, has condemned the chemical weapons attack in Syria that killed many civilians in the ...
  7. U.S. Navy guided-missile destroyer USS Porter (DDG 78) conducts strike operations while in the Medi

    Saudi 'fully backs' US strike on Syria base

    Saudi Arabia said Friday (Apr 7) that it "fully backs" a US air strike on a Syrian government airbase in retaliation for a suspected chemical ...
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    Outrage as Syria 'chemical attack' kills dozens in rebel-held town

    The attack on the town of Khan Sheikhun killed at least 58 civilians and saw dozens suffer respiratory problems and symptoms including vomiting, ...
  9. Tabqa dam Mar 28

    US-backed forces battle IS around key Syrian town of Tabqa

    Operations are currently focused on the strategically important town of Tabqa on the Euphrates River, and the adjacent dam and military airport.