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Australia resumes aerial missions over Syria
Australia has resumed aerial missions over Syria two days after it suspended them amid rising tensions between a US-led coalition and the Russian military in the Arab country.
Trump lacks Syria strategy, risks confrontation with Russia and Iran, analysts say
US President Donald Trump has ordered increased military operations in Syria and delegated more authority to his generals despite lacking a comprehensive strategy, an approach that may spark a confrontation with Syria, Iran and Russia, according to US officials and analysts.
UN raises alarm over rise in contacts between Israel troops, Syria militants
United Nations UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres has expressed concerns about a spike in contacts between Israeli armed forces and Syria militants in recent months.
US working to restore 'deconfliction' line with Russia over Syria
The top American general says the US is working to restore a communications line with Russia intended to avoid mid-air collisions over Syria, after Moscow cut it off following the US downing of a Syrian military jet on Sunday.
Australia's military suspends air operations over Syria
Australia's military on Tuesday said it was temporarily halting air missions over Syria, following the shooting down of a Syrian jet by US forces.
Assad, allies to prevail in Syria, drive US out: Ex-US envoy
A former American ambassador to Syria says the Syrian government and its allies, including Iran, will ultimately frustrate attempts by the United States to influence Syrian matters and will drive the US out of the Arab country.
Astana to host 5th round of Syria talks in early July: Iran diplomat
Iran and Russia have announced that the fifth round of the negotiations aimed at bringing an end to the Syria crisis is set to be held in the Kazakh capital, Astana, on July 4-5.
Terrorists: We wouldn’t have survived without Israel’s assistance in Syria
Israel has been regularly supplying Syrian terrorists near its border with cash as well as food, fuel and medical supplies for years, conducting a secret engagement in the war aimed at carving out a buffer zone populated by friendly forces, the Wall Street Journal reported Sunday.
Russia vows to shoot down all 'flying objects' in Syria
Russia on Monday warned US and coalition forces it will shoot down any aircraft or drones encroaching on its area of operations in western Syria.
Iran fires missiles at Daesh in Syria
Zarif: Iran’s missile power aims to uproot terrorism
Iran’s Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) launched six missiles at Daesh’s headquarters in eastern Syria in response to terror attacks in Tehran which left 18 dead and more than 50 injured earlier this month.
IRGC targets terrorists’ base in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor
Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps fired ballistic missiles hitting ISIL base in Syria’s Deir ez-Zor in retaliation to Tehran’s twin attacks.
Turkey’s Erdogan urges Saudi, US to join Astana process on Syria
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has called on Saudi Arabia and the US to join the Syria peace process, which began in the Kazakh capital, Astana, in January with the mediation of Tehran, Moscow and Ankara.
Turkish MP gets 25 years in jail for exposing MIT arms aid to Syria militants
A Turkish court has sentenced a prominent lawmaker from the main opposition Republican People's Party (CHP) to 25 years in jail for his role in leaking secret documents to a newspaper showing the country's National Intelligence Organization (MIT) shipped weapons to foreign-backed Takfiri terrorists in Syria.
Syria peace talks could resume next month: UN
The United Nations envoy on Syria Staffan de Mistura has suggested that talks meant to end the conflict in the Arab country could resume in July and after the holy month of Ramadan ends.
UN: 'Staggering' civilian deaths from US-led airstrikes in Syria
Intensified airstrikes by a US-led coalition on Daesh’s stronghold of Raqqa in Syria are causing a "staggering loss of civilian life", United Nations war crimes investigators said on Wednesday.

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