The children of the Yazidi community are preparing to celebrate Çerşema Sor, the Yezidi New Year, while the co-chair of the Yazidi House in Aleppo confirmed that "the policy of extermination will not deter us from our insistence on preserving our religion and practicing our rituals."
A doctor specializing in chest diseases called for the need to adhere to preventive measures, to prevent infection with the Corona virus, after the recent increase in the number of virus infections, while citizens confirm that failure to adhere to preventive measures is one of the most important reasons for the increase in infections.
Co-chair of the Health Body, Joan Mustafa has confirmed that the decision to impose a total or partial curfew in NE, Syria depends on the number of infected persons that will be recorded in the next days, alluding that the 3rd wave of COVID-19 is more dangerous and faster.
The Kurdish Red Crescent (KRC) is preparing to inaugurate the largest Orthopedic Prosthetics Center in the northeast Syria.
Human rights defender, Hassan Mustafa asserted that friendly countries, the signatories of the Helsinki agreement, and the guarantors of the 1987 agreement, should force the Turkish state to change its policy towards the region. "we are going to resort to the international courts if Turkey continues to reduce the water level of the Euphrates River," he added.
Officer Arn in the International Coalition Forces said that their presence in Washokani camp is a step to support the camp and other camps, and said, "It is very important to know that the United States and the international community will not forget the displaced people of Washokani camp and other camps."
The co-chair of the Executive Council in the Democratic Autonomous Administration of the occupied Afrin region expressed his doubts about the flexibility that Damascus is showing towards al-Shahba canton, and pointed out that it is a temporary matter, criticizing the Damascus government's treatment of the displaced Afrin and the people of al-Shahba canton as non-Syrians.
The Directorate of Antiquities in Afrin canton documented that the Turkish occupation dug and looted the content of 10 archaeological hills in less than two months, and sold it on the black market.
The Turkish occupation state, which defines itself as a state of law, continues to use water as a weapon against the people of northern and eastern Syria, in a flagrant violation of all international laws and the residents' right to obtain living water.
Citizens in the areas under the control of the Damascus government in Deir Ezzor suffer difficult living conditions, and an acute shortage of services, as some people who preferred not to be named indicated that the crises are numerous and never ending.
Fears increase about the deterioration of the strategic wheat stock for the people of Ain Issa district with the rains, and the inability of the concerned authorities to access the stock, in order to avoid the damage caused by the Turkish bombing on the area.