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Suspected chemical attacks killed at least 100 people in Syria's rebel-held northwestern province of Idlib on Tuesday and left another 400 suffering from respiratory problems, a Syria medical relief g...
Her faith didn't have anything to do with the rejection
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"We used to watch horror movies. Now, we are living them," a Syrian man says in a new BBC News video as he describes going to a cellar to take shelter from airstrikes. The network's chilling footage...
Many observers can't seem to figure out Vladimir's Putin's real reason for being in Syria. Why is he spending millions of dollars to fight a war that was not supposed to be his? After all, Russia's economy is badly in need of money, after suffering billions of dollars of budget cuts and losses, due to an alleged American campaign that saw oil dipping from around $147 per barrel to a low of around $30?