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Channel Title : Al Jazeera English

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Published Date : 2017-01-09T13:54:02.000Z

Doctors in a besieged rebel-held suburb of Damascus say daily attacks by Syrian troops are stretching them to the limit. Health facilities have been targeted and there’s an acute shortage of aid getting through. Al Jazeera's Hashem Ahelbarra reports from Gaziantep, near Turkey's border with Syria. - Subscribe to our channel: - Follow us on Twitter: - Find us on Facebook: - Check our website:

Channel Title : Al Jazeera English

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Published Date : 2014-04-21T11:28:26.000Z

Subscribe to our channel Subscribe to our channel Syria's civil war has decimated the country's healthcare, leaving millions of children lacking much needed medical attention. Government forces have been accused of targeting hospitals in rebel held areas, and the UN says Syria's government is using the denial of medical care as a weapon of war. Al Jazeera's Osama bin Javaid reports. At Al Jazeera English, we focus on people and events that affect people's lives. We bring topics to light that often go under-reported, listening to all sides of the story and giving a 'voice to the voiceless.' Reaching more than 270 million households in over 140 countries across the globe, our viewers trust Al Jazeera English to keep them informed, inspired, and entertained. Our impartial, fact-based reporting wins worldwide praise and respect. It is our unique brand of journalism that the world has come to rely on. We are reshaping global media and constantly working to strengthen our reputation as one of the world's most respected news and current affairs channels. Social Media links: Facebook: Instagram: Twitter: Website: google+:

Channel Title : Wochit News

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Published Date : 2018-03-05T15:51:36.000Z

Aid trucks reached Syria’s eastern Ghouta region on Monday after one of the war’s deadliest assaults. The Russian-backed Syrian army has captured more than a third of the eastern Ghouta in recent days. Ghouta is the last major rebel-held area near the capital. The United Nations says 400,000 people are trapped inside the besieged enclave and had already run out of supplies prior to the start of the air strikes two weeks ago. The Syrian government ordered 70 percent of medical supplies to be taken from the convoy, preventing trauma kits and medicine from reaching the area. The death toll exceeded 700 people in two weeks of bombardment. This video was produced by YT Wochit News using

Channel Title : Human Appeal Australia

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Published Date : 2016-12-13T06:55:59.000Z

Aleppo Survival Mission Campaign We cannot stop conflicts; we can help the people survive... Provide a survival pack, this might give life to those in dire need Aleppo is waiting for your help Air strikes, bombardment and siege, that’s what people of Aleppo are living through. Reach out to those fleeing their houses. Elderly, children and women are running for their lives. Over 30,000 people have fled eastern Aleppo over the past week as Syrian government forces continued to advance in the rebel-held part of the city. In Aleppo locations were bombed in, shocking number of casualties. Rescue workers trying to reach survivors in the rubble. the operation to recapture all of Syria's second city, has left nothing but civilian casualties, At least 311 civilians, including 42 children, have been killed in east Aleppo since the government began its assault, according to the Observatory. The city, which was Syria's biggest before the start of the conflict that has killed hundreds of thousands of people, has been divided between the government-held west and rebel-held east, where UN officials say at least 250,000 people remain under siege. What is happening in Aleppo were deemed as" the biggest massacres of civilian population since World War II," France's UN ambassador Francois Delattre, last Tuesday. Eastern Aleppo has been under government siege for more than four months, with international aid stocks exhausted and food supplies running low. People are in dire need for food, shelter and medical care, hygiene kits, anything that can help them survive through airstrikes, bombardments and siege. Share the living bestowed upon us and make them feel we are there to help. to donate please visit: Follow us on the social Media: Facebook: Twitter: Instagram:

Channel Title : Ruptly

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Published Date : 2017-01-09T17:35:51.000Z

The Syrian Arab Army (SAA) forces continued its attacks on militant controlled sites in Wadi Barada, western Damascus on Monday, as a part of an operation to regain control over the contested area. Along with Hezbollah forces, the SAA troops targeted militant strongholds with a barrage of missiles. Water supply to Damascus has been severely compromised after a reservoir in militant-controlled Wadi Barada was cut off, depriving millions of running water. Video ID: 20170109- 047 Video on Demand: Contact: Twitter: Facebook:

Channel Title : The Telegraph

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Published Date : 2013-06-14T10:57:25.000Z

President Barack Obama's open-ended commitment to provide weapons to Syrian rebels will place the US and Russia on opposite sides of a Middle Eastern regional war, says Damien McElroy, the Telegraph's Foreign Affairs Correspondent. President Barack Obama has authorised sending weapons to Syrian rebels for the first time. The announcement comes after the White House disclosed that the US has conclusive evidence President Bashar Assad's government used chemical weapons against opposition forces trying to overthrow him. Mr Obama has repeatedly said the use of chemical weapons would cross a "red line," suggesting it would trigger greater US intervention in the two-year crisis that has killed 93,000 people. The US has so far provided the Syrian rebels with rations and medical supplies, officials have said the administration could provide the rebels with a range of weapons, including small arms, ammunition, assault rifles and a variety of anti-tank weaponry such as shoulder-fired remote-propelled grenades and other missiles. The Syrian fighters have been clamouring for bolder Western intervention, particularly given the estimated 5,000 Hizbollah guerrillas propping up Assad's forces. It marks a shift in long-standing US policy against lethal aid, which sought to keep war-weary Washington from being drawn into another conflict in the Middle East. Damien McElroy, the Telegraph's Foreign Affairs Correspondent said: "Ultimately the US has decided the rebels must win, that means this is pretty much an opened ended commitment. "America and Russia say they are both committed to a diplomatic approach, they are both sponsoring talks between the rebels and the government known as the Geneva talks. "These talks would see the Syrian government agree to a transition with the rebels and some form of new government established in Damascus," he said. "It's very difficult to see those talks smoothly going ahead now that both sides have so clearly drawn distinctions between who they support. "I think this will be greeted with horror in Russia and the prospects for that diplomatic outcome are very slim." Syria's government accused rebels of firing a chemical weapon on Tuesday for the first time in the two-year-old civil war, calling it the "first act" of a newly announced opposition interim government. Syria's regime accused rebel fighters of firing a chemical weapon at a town in the country's north, hours after the opposition had chosen a prime minister to oversee areas freed from government control. But a spokesman for Syria's rebel command said the regime had fired Scud missile equipped with a chemical warhead on the area. The official newsagency, Sana, said the attack had occurred in Khan al-Assal, near Aleppo, killing 25 people. Syria has one of the world's largest stockpiles of chemical weapons and both sides have made claim and counter-claim about use of the weapons. The state-run news agency said 25 people have been killed in an alleged rebel chemical attack in northern Syria. Rebels in northern Syria deny the government claim and blamed regime forces for the missile attack on Khan al-Assad village in northern Aleppo province. Neither of the accusations could be verified. Pictures on state controlled Syrian Television showed casualties on stretchers in what appears to be a hospital ward. They say victims were taken to a hospital in a government-controlled area in Aleppo. Get the latest headlines Subscribe to The Telegraph Like us on Facebook Follow us on Twitter Follow us on Google+ and are websites of The Daily Telegraph, the UK's best-selling quality daily newspaper providing news and analysis on UK and world events, business, sport, lifestyle and culture.


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