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Tahrir al-Sham's 'Syrianisation' causes war of words with Nusra

08 June, 2017

Comment: A series of tweets by HTS commander Atrash called on rebel groups to dissolve and join an opposition interim government, angering many hardliners, writes Mona Alami.

US denies reports Syria rebels Nusra off terror list

16 May, 2017

The US has reiterated that the al-Qaeda-linked Syrian rebel alliance Hayat Tahrir al-Sham is a terrorist group after media reports emerged, claiming the extremists had evaded the classification.

Syrian rebels face fight on at least three fronts

12 May, 2017

Comment: As the US increases support to Kurds fighting IS, 'de-escalation zones' could be used to obliterate opposition forces who are fighting against both Assad and al-Qaeda-linked fighters.

Claims Turkish army will enter Idlib untrue: Hatay governor

07 May, 2017

The rebuke follows reports circulated by some Arab media outlets on Saturday claiming that Turkish armoured vehicles and infantry would cross into the border province following a recent de-escalation agreement.

Syria de-escalation zones calmer but factions criticise 'divisive plan'

06 May, 2017

Syrian activists have reported relative calm in wide parts of Syria after was deal hammered out by Russia, Turkey and Iran to set up "de-escalation zones" in mostly rebel-held areas.

Syria rebels arrest renowned fighter over 'mocking Instagram posts'

05 May, 2017

The extremist Hayaat Tahrir al-Sham Syrian rebel alliance arrested on Monday well-known opposition fighter 'Abu TOW' after he posted images online making fun of them.

40 dead in 'rebel-jihadist clashes' near Damascus

28 April, 2017

Fierce clashes between jihadists and rebels near Damascus left at least 40 dead and 70 wounded on Friday, a monitoring group said.

Qatar slams Iraq's 'unofficial dealing with kidnappers' claims

28 April, 2017

Qatar responded to comments made by the Iraqi PM on Wednesday, suggesting it had excluded Baghdad from a deal to secure the release of a hunting party.

Hundreds of aid trucks 'seized by Houthis' in Yemen

26 April, 2017

A UN convoy was blocked at a Houthi checkpoint on the outskirts of the besieged city of Taiz this week by rebels who reportedly seized the cargo.

Syria's revolution was nothing to do with sectarianism

21 April, 2017

Comment: The Syrian revolution was about Syrians uniting, regardless of confession, but Assad and Iran are deliberately cultivating sectarianism to their advantage, writes Sam Hamad.

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