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The road to rebuilding Syria runs through AleppoMiddle East

The road to rebuilding Syria runs through Aleppo

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The current Turkish-Russian agreement in Idlib Yesterday, the meeting between Turkish and Russian military
Syrian Christian village awaits the end of Al Qaeda’s occupation of IdlibMiddle East

Syrian Christian village awaits the end of Al Qaeda’s occupation of Idlib

Steven Sahiounie, journalist and political commentator The western media has focused on Idlib as the last ‘rebel’ held area in
Russia-Turkey meeting in Moscow results in Idlib ceasefireMiddle East

Russia-Turkey meeting in Moscow results in Idlib ceasefire

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator and journalist Turkey increased its military invasion of Syria last month to prevent the Syrian Arab
The FRENCH connection to IDLIB TODAYPolitics

The FRENCH connection to IDLIB TODAY

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator FRANCE 24’s Wassim Nasr, a specialist in jihadist networks, recently spoke via Skype with French recruiter
‘Israeli Army’ body snatchers: trafficking in the deadMiddle East

‘Israeli Army’ body snatchers: trafficking in the dead

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Mohammed Ali al-Naim, age 27 an engineer in Gaza, and married with a child, was shot
Aleppo liberated by Syrian Arab Army: victory over terrorism declaredMiddle East

Aleppo liberated by Syrian Arab Army: victory over terrorism declared

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Last night Aleppo residents rejoiced in the streets despite the freezing cold. Men, women, and children,
The Shame of the Century: Kushner’s deal is dead on arrivalMiddle East

The Shame of the Century: Kushner’s deal is dead on arrival

Steven Sahiounie, political commentator Imagine a lawsuit being tried in a courtroom.  The case is coming to a close, and
Iraq’s stability hedge on Ayatollah Sistani’s longevity in powerMiddle East

Iraq’s stability hedge on Ayatollah Sistani’s longevity in power

By Catherine Shakdam News earlier this January of Ayatollah Sistani’s health issues very much put in focus the matter of