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نتائج الامتحانات الرسمية 2015
Syria and the Great Powers (1946-1958):
How Western Power Politics Pushed the Country Toward the Soviet Union
Jörg Michael Dostal
Abdullah Suleiman Ali
Regime forces advance in Latakia
The Syrian army has recently embarked on a new [military] venture, threatening the “emirates” that have spread to several parts of the Syrian territory after years of clashes on the demarcation lines persisting for long a time due to the heavy external support of the dominating warlords.
Apparently, the Russian air cover has managed in the past few months to change the equation, changing the course of events and pushing
Lazzarini to place Lebanon’s needs as top priority on global agenda
Philippe Lazzarini, who serves as the resident and humanitarian coordinator and as the UN Development Program (UNDP) resident representative in the Office of the UN Special Coordinator for Lebanon (UNSCOL), took office months ago in the midst of the Syrian crisis, but his main concern is not only the state of emergency imposed by the displacement. He is keen not to lose sight of his duties, not only in terms of coordination, but also in
Syrian activists promote filmmaking, reading to ease daily suffering
Despite the cruelty of the war in Syria, community-based initiatives emerged from the pain from which society is suffering. As international initiatives crowd to resolve the intractable crisis, Syrian youth keep their initiatives on the local level without getting into politics and its ramifications. They focus on the people’s concerns and needs.
International news agencies and newspapers rush in with their cameras to capture scenes of
Beirut, 2 December 2015
Subject: Request for clarifications, investigations and appropriate disciplinary measures concerning the role of the UNDP and its staff in covering waste management corruption in Lebanon
Ref: Letter with the same subject dated 22 September 2015, from the below signatories:
Bassel Abdallah, Lawyer
Dr. Ali Darwish, Green Line
Hanna Gharib, Head of the Independent Syndical Movement
Dr. Naji Kodeih, Environmental Expert
Dr. Charbel Nahas, Former Minister
Abdullah Suleiman Ali
Is a truce underway in eastern Ghouta?
Developments are accelerating in eastern Ghouta. For the first time ever, and following years of battles and wars, the situation seems to be headed toward appeasement.
After Jaish al-Islam gave its implicit approval to a truce with the Syrian army, Ajnad al-Sham Islamic Union, one of the largest military groups in Ghouta, also called for embracing the truce, albeit under certain conditions. This gave the truce new momentum and improved its
Syrian army moves to secure South Damascus
Despite the violent attack by Jabhat al-Nusra and several factions on the axes of the Syrian army operations south of the city of Aleppo, the Syrian army and its supporting factions continued their advance on the southern axis of the city as part of the plan to secure the south and reach the Damascus road.
A military source said, “The Damascus road has started looming on the horizon”; meanwhile, the Islamic State (IS) continued
Abdullah Suleiman Ali
Murak’s fall hinders Syrian army’s campaign
Although the differences within the Army of Conquest have not ended yet, Jund al-Aqsa — which withdrew from the group — succeeded yesterday [Nov. 5] in completely gaining control over the strategic town of Murak in Hama’s northern countryside. At the same time, field information indicated that the factions following al-Qaeda ideology now represent the spearhead in fighting the Syrian army and confronting
Saif Omar al Farra
Syria’s army reaches meeting point between Hama, Idlib
The northeastern facade of the Hama countryside is geographically different from the northwest. On the eastern side toward Badia, there are no green mountains or dense foliage, but rather exposed areas that lean toward desert. This makes a difference in terms of fighting and the goals of those who wish to take over this land. This area has always played a role in the situation on the ground, ever since the Syrian army took over the Umm
Russian ambassador to Lebanon speaks out
Lebanon is on the list of Russia’s priorities, which means that Moscow is always concerned about security and military stability in this country and about the election of a president as soon as possible.
Still, according to Russia’s Ambassador to Lebanon Alexander Zasypkin, Russia does not have any “Lebanese initiative” for the presidency or any other issue. Rumors about a Russian proposal regarding the election of a
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