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Film Review: The Man Who Sold His Skin

20 April, 2021

Film Review: Kaothuer Ben Hania's Oscar-nominated production follows a Syrian man whose desperation towards citizenship leads him along an unconventional, and ultimately treacherous path.

Syria court gets 1st applications for presidential vote

19 April, 2021

A Syrian court started receiving applications from presidential hopefuls, the state news agency said, for polls next month expected to keep Bashar al-Assad in power in the war-torn country.

Greece FM in Egypt amid Cairo-Ankara 'normalisation'

19 April, 2021

Greece and Egypt's foreign ministers hold talks on developments in the Eastern Mediterranean.

Syrian opposition's Michel Kilo dies in exile from coronavirus

19 April, 2021

Michel Kilo, a figurehead of the Syrian opposition, lost his life on Monday after releasing a final message to his people.

Russia says Navalny to be transferred to prison hospital

19 April, 2021

Russia's prison service said Monday that hunger-striking Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny would be transferred to a hospital for inmates.

Iraq PM hints at progress on coalition troop withdrawal

19 April, 2021

Prime Minister Mustafa Al-Kadhimi praised the readiness of Iraqi forces to assume the anti-IS combat role when coalition troops leave.

Military officials advised Biden to leave ‘residual Afghan force'

19 April, 2021

Senior US military leaders reportedly believe there could be a resurgence of Al-Qaeda or that the Taliban could take Kabul.

High-ranking Iranian general dies of heart disease at 65

19 April, 2021

A high-ranking general key to Iran's security apparatus has died.

Russia repatriates 34 orphans of IS families from Syria

18 April, 2021

Kurdish authorities in northeast Syria handed over 34 orphaned children, whose parents were suspected of belonging to the Islamic State group, to a Russian delegation to be repatriated.

Syria to hold presidential vote on May 26: speaker

18 April, 2021

The poll comes amid a crushing economic crisis and the continued effects of a war that has killed at least 388,000 people.

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