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National Army Shuts Down Headquarters

In an effort to stop attacks in residential areas, the National Army has announced plans to relocate headquarters from the towns and cities to the Aleppo countryside writes Alsouria Net.

Has ISIS Returned to Rural Aleppo?

The Islamic State has conducted a number of operations in rural Aleppo, assassinating commanders and soldiers reports Baladi News.

What Happened Over the Weekend

SDF arrests in Deir ez-Zor, a bomb attack in Afrin, Turkey accused of preventing Syrian exams, a fire at a refugee camp and an ISIS attack in Aleppo. Catch up on everything that happened over the weekend.

Explosive Device Injures Civilian in al-Bab

An explosion in the Syrian National Army controlled northern city of al-Bab has injured one person, with the perpetrator currently unknown writes Smart News.

What Happened Over the Weekend

Protests in Suweida, a new law punishes people for not using Syrian pound, blast in Suluk targets Turkish troops and UN calls for ceasefire. Catch up on everything that happened over the weekend.

YPG Kill 5 Civilians in Ras al-Ayn

A car bomb exploded in the village of Tel Halaf in the Ras al-Ayn area, killing five, as the YPG continue their fight against Turkey-backed forces writes Zaman al-Wasl.

YPG’s Car Bomb Rocks Ras al-Ayn

Turkey has accused the YPG of detonating a car bomb in the border town of Ras al-Ayn, killing and ijuring a number of civilians reports Zaman Al Wasl.

YPG Bomb Attack Kills 17 People in Ras al-Ayn

A village near Ras al-Ayn was hit with a car bomb attack that killed 17 people, and marks a rise in the use of car bombs writes Zaman al-Wasl.

Sharp Decline in Syrian Pound Against US Dollar

The Syrian pound has suffered a slump against the US dollars in opposition controlled areas, adding to the economic woes of those who live there writes Iqtissad.

Two Motorcycle Bombs Hit East of Aleppo

A number of people were injured and a child was killed when two motorcycles exploded in Aleppo province, which has been plagued by a string of similar attacks reports Hurriya Press.

Turkey Says Nearly 330,000 Syrians Returned Home

The Turkish Interior Minister has said that Syrians have been able to return due to the successes of Operation Euphrates Shield and Olive Branch reports Asharq al-Awsat.

Thousands of Syrians in Turkey Return Home

Turkey hosts the largest number of Syrian refugees, and as the fighting subdues, some are choosing to return home reports Alsouria Net.