Pictures and video clips of the Euphrates when entering Syrian territory show shocking scenes of the course of the largest river in the country, two months after Turkey reduced the rate of water flowing to the Syrian side.
With the increase of Coronavirus infections in the Syrian government-controlled areas, as well as in the neighboring countries of Syria, there are increasing fears of residents of northern and eastern Syria about the arrival of the virus in their area. What are the Autonomous Administration (AA) measures to protect the region.
A number of Girkê Legê and Tel Koçer residents demanded from the countries concerned to open Tel Koçer crossing in order to alleviate the economic crisis and high price.
The Economic and Agriculture Committee in Ain Issa revealed the area of fields burned by mercenary gangs of the Turkish occupation army.
The Agricultural Community Development Company in the Euphrates region is preparing to receive 22,000 tons of wheat, starting from Thursday, and has identified two centers to receive the crop from farmers.
For fifty years, she has been seeking to alleviate migraine patients' pain. Sharifa Al-Husseini inherited the profession from her father, and sought in humanitarian work to help patients for free.
The Kurdish Red Crescent called on organizations operating in the camp to open a laboratory analysis section.
The villagers in the northern and western countryside of Tel-Tamr district, who are living of the seam line in the occupied areas by Turkey, that the Turkish occupation army deliberately burned their agricultural crops while firefighting teams are not able to extinguish these fires, being deliberately targeted by Turkish occupation.
Turkey is once again using the "international weapon" of international waters, the most important natural and economic resource, against the Syrians in the northeast of the country, in addition to bombing agricultural crops this summer to burn them, violating international covenants and laws.
The fires devoured thousands of dunums planted with wheat and barley and a number of houses in the northern countryside of Deir Ezzor.
The suffering of Serêkaniyê displaced renews day by day amid the inaction of humanitarian organizations and failure to provide assistance to the displaced who were forced to leave their homes due to the Turkish attacks.