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What Happened Over the Weekend

Massive reinforcement to the Global Coalition to Defeat ISIS, Syria prepares for the Olympics in Tokyo. Catch up on everything that happened over the Weekend.
What Happened Over the Weekend

The global coalition sent huge military reinforcements from Iraq to northeastern Syria through the al-Waleed border crossing. Local sources said that a convoy of 75 trucks carrying weapons and logistical aid arrived through the crossing to the city of al-Shaddadi, Nedaa Post wrote. The sources added that the objective of these reinforcements was to build a new base in the countryside of Hassakeh. It is noteworthy that this month, the United States called on members of the global coalition against ISIS in Syria and Iraq to maintain and enhance their military capabilities.

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Syrian athletes Mohamed Maso and Ayman Kalzieh in the Tokyo Olympics prepare to compete in the Tokya 2021 Olympics, according to Snack Syrian. At 12:30 a.m. Damascus time on Monday, the triathlon will start, with Syrian athlete Mohammed Maso, who is ranked 134th internationally. Maso ranked third in the 2019 Mediterranean Beach Games in Greece. On the other hand, the 200-meter butterfly swimming race will start tomorrow afternoon, with the participation of Syrian swimmer Ayman Kalzieh, who was ranked 34th in the 2019 World Swimming Championships, which was held in Korea. The Syrian masses hope that the participation of Maso and Kilzia will achieve advanced positions for Syria in the Olympics.



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