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New deals for facilitating India's participation in reconstructiin process in Syria were discussed

DAMASCUS, (ST)_ Syrian-Indian relations in political, economic and technical fields besides new deals for facilitating India's participation in the reconstruction process in Syria were discussed during the virtual meeting held on Thursday within the framework of the joint Syrian-Indian committee. 
 
The meeting was co-chaired by Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates Faisal al-Miqdad and Indian Minister of State for External Affairs Vellamvelly Muraleedharan. 

Syria stands by Belarus in confronting foreign interventions

DAMASCUS, (ST)_Syria has asserted that it stands by the friendly Belarus Republic  and its elected president Alexander Lukashenko in confronting the attempts of foreign intervention in Minsk's internal affairs.
 
It said in a statement released on Thursday by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Expatriates that Syria is closely following the recent development in the Republic of Belarus and expresses its support for it in confronting the attempts of foreign intervention in Minsk's internal affairs.

SDF militia kidnaps civilians from a camp in Syria and prevents the entry of food to it

US-backed "Syrian Democratic Forces" militia carried out storming campaigns in al-Hawl Camp in Hasaka eastern countryside and kidnapped a number of civilians in parallel with preventing the entry of the food to the camp in light of the deteriorating humanitarian situation in it.
 
Local and media sources said that armed patrols affiliated to the SDF militia [ Its Arabic acronym is DASAD] carried out on Thursday storming campaigns in the fifth part of al-Hawl Camp and kidnapped a number of civilians and prevented the entry of food to the camp .

Al-Hasakah Water Corporation: Complete maintenance of the Alouk water project

Hasaka,(ST)- The Public Corporation for Drinking Water in Al-Hasakah Governorate is working on the complete maintenance of the Alouk water project and putting it into service as soon as possible, and in full production capacity after conducting a careful technical evaluation of the status of all the pumps.
 
The Director General of the Foundation, Eng. Mahmoud Al-Ikla, said in a statement to SANA reporter that the technical workshops of the Foundation, after having carried out emergency maintenance for some pumps and a technical evaluation of the status of the remaining pumps, began to maintain all equipment and supplies in the project and operating wells.

Targeting the headquarters and a vehicle of the "Qasad militia" supported by the American occupation in the countryside of Deir Ezzor and Raqqa

Deir Ezzor and Raqqa,(ST)-One of the headquarters of the "Qasad" militia supported by the American occupation forces and a vehicle for it were attacked by a bomb and an explosive device in the countryside of Deir Ezzor and Raqqa in light of the mounting anger and popular rejection of the practices of this militia.

Local sources reported that unidentified persons targeted, with a hand grenade, one of the headquarters of the "Qasad militia" in the town of Abu Hamam in the eastern countryside of Deir Ezzor, which resulted in material damage to the headquarters.

The source pointed out that a number of "Qasad" militia, backed by the American occupation, were wounded by an explosive charge of their car in the vicinity of the town of Al-Hos, east of Raqqa.

Israeli missile attack on airbase in Syria's Homs

Military source said: "Today at 22:23, Israeli enemy's jets fired missiles towards T4 airbase, but the Syrian air defenses intercepted the missiles and downed most of them. The israeli attack left material damages. No casualties were reported. 
 
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Continuous attacks on educational institutions by Qasad militia threaten depriving thousands of students from education

Al-Hasaka, (ST) Qasad (SDF) militia associated with the US occupation continues with its violations and its policy of restrictions on the people of al-Hasaka governorate to impose what they want by force within the areas they seize. The education sector had a share of these practices through the US-backed militia taking over the buildings and headquarters of secondary schools and closing them completely in these areas to deprive thousands of students and pupils from their schools and education.

The "Qasad militia" had previously seized the headquarters of basic education schools throughout the governorate that it controls, banned teaching within them, and imposed curricula that differ from the curricula of the Syrian Ministry of Education, amid popular rejection of the people, represented by demonstrations and protests.