On Saturday morning, the Arab newspapers touched upon Daesh elements who are detained by SDF, and the coordination between Russia and US in Syria.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: 6,000 Daesh fighters among them 1,000 foreigners are captured in east of Euphrates.
The newspaper said: "After several Western countries, especially Germany, Britain, France and Denmark refused to return its citizens who are fighters in the ranks of Daesh organization and captured by SDF, the US, Coalition's countries discus with the Autonomous Administration in North and East of Syria to establish (IC) to try Daesh elements, and put them in prisons within areas under the control of "Syrian Democratic Forces" east of the Euphrates River.
Dr, Abdul Karim Omar, the head of the Foreign Relations in the Autonomous Administration in North and East Syria, said: "The file of foreign detainees and their families is a huge burden on the Kurdish administration, which has repeatedly called on their countries to return them and try them on their soil. In spite of the American calls, the majority of European countries are hesitant to regain their citizens, which led the senior US officials concerned with the Syrian file to hold intensive meetings with the representatives of AA to discuss the possibility of forming an international court and building prisons and detention centers."
And about 6,000 Daesh fighters captured including 1,000 immigrants from about 50 Western and European countries, and the rest are Syrians and Iraqis.
Al-Sharq al-Awsat: Fruitful US-Russian talks on Syria
"Russian diplomats have unveiled some of the details of secret talks conducted by US president's adviser Fiona Hill in Moscow over the past two days, focusing on the situation in Syria and Venezuela, describing it as" fruitful."
The Russian official news agency «Novosti» quoted from a diplomatic source participated in the meetings that took place behind closed doors that Fiona Hill conducted two rounds of talks in the Russian National Security Council, and in a ministry.