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Shuffles Within the Military Intelligence

The Syrian regime is re-arranging its security apparatus, hoping to improve its image with the west, according to Zaman al-Wasl.

The SNHR Publishes May Report on Human Rights Violations

The most recent report by the Syrian Network for Human Rights records the death of 96 civilians, as well as an acceleration of the spread of COVID-19 in Syria, according to Zaman al-Wasl.

Citizens Wait Hours in the Cold to Get Diesel

Residents of Sheikh Saad have queued for hours to try and secure heating fuel, although there was not enough to go around reports Al-Watan.

Investments Are Syria’s Gateway To Recovery

The Syrian Investment Commission has discussed efforts to increase production in Syria and the job opportunities that it can create, as a way of easing economic problems writes SANA.

Russia’s Latest Recruitment Efforts

Russia is continuing efforts to recruit Syrian men to join their ranks, offering them the chance to go a serve them in Venezuela, for a large amount of money, writes Asharq Al-Awsat.

Heavy Thunderstorms Across Syria

The Syrian capital Damascus has been hit by heavy rain, with 44 millimetres of rain falling in a single night writes SANA.

No Bread in Tartous

Tartous is suffering from a chronic lack of bread, and the bread that is available is of poor quality, adding to the woes of residents reports Baladi Press.

Teachers Fired. Leaked Document Reveals Why

A leaked document has revealed that the Syrian regime fired a number of teachers from their job because they had not joined up for reserve military service writes SY 24.