Two SDF militia's members killed in Syria

HASAKA, RAQQA, (ST)_Two gunmen affiliated to US-backed "Syrian Democratic Forces" militia were killed in al-Hol Camp and in the vicinity of Ayn Issa city in the countrysides of Hasaka and Raqqa, according to local sources.

The sources said that one of the members of the SDF militia [Its Arabic acronym is QASAD] was killed when unknown people opened fired on him in the 4th section in al-Hol camp.

US occupation forces bring in 108 vehicles to illegal bases in Syria

HASAKA, (ST)_US occupation forces continue violating international laws and practicing aggressive acts in the Syrian territories through bringing in a new convoy of trucks and vehicles to reinforce their illegal base in Qameshli area in Hasaka province.
 
According to local sources,  the American occupation forces brought in 50 vehicles composed of trucks and military cars that came from  Iraq to the US Tal Baydar base near the international highway in Syria.

SARC supplies Hasaka schools with potable water tanks

HASAKA (ST)- The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) in Hasaka has supplied the city’s schools with potable water tanks to ensure drinking water to students.

Head of the SARC branch in Hasaka Ali Mansour told SANA that with the support of the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), 5 tanks were installed in the rehabilitated schools to supply them with potable water on a daily basis.

A blood donation campaign for Children with Thalassemia in Lattakia

The Syrian Arab Red Crescent (SARC) has organized a blood donation campaign to support children infected with Thalassemia in the Children's Hospital in Lattakia province.

 The campaign was organized on the occasion of World Children's Day and it proved that the SARC is an angel guardian that looks after Children's health and helps them to stay safe.

It's worth mentioning that the campaign aimed to alleviate the suffering of the children and to help them continue to live their daily life to the fullest.

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Junior Chamber International in Tartous wins the award of the best global development project

Concluding  the Junior International Chamber ‘s ( JCI) conference , which was held via internet,  a new achievement is recorded for the JCI   in Syria in general and the JCI  in Tartous in particular, by  achieving the first place at the local level in Africa and the Middle East, in addition to the award of the best global  development  project.    

President of the JCI in Tartous Mary Al-Hassan said  that the JCI winning project is the only project in Syria  which  won the award of  the best global   development  project in Africa and the Middle East.   

Al-Hassan  pointed  out that the project was based on the urgent need to  raise the  community’s  awareness of the importance  of adolescents’ role on the ground  and enhance  their self-confidence and  ability to achieve  positive change in their societies in various fields. 

She underlined  that the project aims to highlight the capabilities of adolescents, in addition to  providing a platform  for families of successful adolescents to share  the community  supporting  their children. 

President of the JCI in Tartous Al-Hassan indicated that the sustainability of this project was by providing development opportunities for these adolescents  to have real experiences  with the aim of  achieving  positive change within their community through  launching   the  JCI’s   Potentials Program.

Al-Mikdad to Zarif: Fakhrizadeh's assassination leads to further destabilization and insecurity in the region

Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faisal Al-Mikdad in a phone call with his Iranian counterpart Javad Zarif on Saturday, expressed his deepest condolences, on behalf of the Syrian leadership, government and people, on the martyrdom of the Iranian nuclear scientist Mohsen Fakhrizadeh.

Dr. Al-Mikdad condemned this cowardly act, which was perpetrated by Zionist tools against an eminent scientist whose main concern was to develop science and knowledge, including finding a cure for the Coronavirus pandemic.

"This crime cannot be justified because it targets scientists worldwide and because it leads to further destabilization and insecurity in the region and the world.

Turkish-backed terrorists fire heavy artillery shells on two areas in Raqqa countryside

Turkish-backed terrorist groups on Saturday opened their heavy artillery fire on Ain Issa Camp and Saida village in Raqqa countryside.

Locals sources told SANA reporter that the terrorists targeted with heavy artillery shells these two areas in the northern countryside of Raqqa, causing heavy material damage to the citizens' houses and properties.

On Friday, Turkish-backed mercenaries fired heavy artillery shells on the villages of Kour Hasan and Qaza'li in the west of Tal Abyad city in the northern countryside of Raqqa, causing material damage.