Syrian actress and activists Mai Skaf laid to rest in Paris


Syrian actress and activists Mai Skaf was buried on Friday (August 3) in a cemetery in a suburb in Paris, surrounded by family members and friends carrying flags of the Syrian revolution

Iran Uprising-No.. 190 Strike of shopkeepers and bazaar merchants in different cities, and the arrest of a large number of Tehran Bazaar merchants


Mrs. Rajavi's call for public support for strikers and immediate action to release the arrested

Assad warplanes target Sweida countryside


Assad warplanes attacked on Monday (July 30) villages controlled by ISIS in Sweida countryside, Orient Correspondent said

Iran..Rate of dollar surpasses 110,000 rials, deepening crisis within the clerical regime, leading to popular protests

The economic and political crises engulfing the Iranian regime have grown deeper with the rate of dollar surpassing 110,000 rials and the price of each gold coin exceeding 44,000,000 rials

Lawyer Jihad Zebian asks the UN Secretary-General to convene a emergency session of the UN General Assembly to take measures to protect the Druze in southern Syria

Based on the resolution entitled "United for Peace" of 3 November 1950 (resolution 377 (V)) authorizing an emergency special session within 24 hours if there appears to be a threat to peace or a breach of peace

After Trump’s Threat to Iran, White House Convenes a Policy Meeting

The meeting, which follows Mr. Trump’s decision to withdraw from the Iran nuclear accord and to reimpose tough economic sanctions on Tehran, comes as key elements of the administration’s Iran policy have been unclear

Local in Sweida dismiss Assad officials from funeral ceremonies

A massive popular funeral ceremony started on Thursday (July 26) for the victims of the ISIS terrorist attack that targeted Sweida

Mars has a vast liquid water lake beneath its southern pole, scientists believe


In a massive shot in the arm for the search for life on Mars, a giant "lake" of liquid water seems to be buried beneath the ice near the red planet's south pole

Israeli military fires 2 interceptor missiles at Syrian Sukhoi warplane

Israel has fired interceptor missiles at a Syrian Sukhoi warplane, the IDF said in a statement, adding that the aircraft had penetrated Israeli-controlled airspace

Israeli airstrike hits Assad chemical centre in Hama countryside

Assad regime television said an Israeli air strike had hit a military post in the city of Masyaf in Syria’s Hama province but caused only material damage

Assad regime blocks White Helmets evacuation

Syrian regime forces have denied exit to members of the White Helmets civil defense agency and their families to opposition-held Idlib province amid an evacuation deal from Quneitra province, according to the group’s chief

Over 1,000 Jewish settlers converge on Al-Aqsa complex

More than 1,000 Israeli settlers on Sunday forced their way into East Jerusalem’s flashpoint Al-Aqsa Mosque compound, according to a Palestinian official

Turkey slams Israel's 'Jewish nation-state' law


Jewish nation-state law disregards norms of universal law and ignores Palestinians' rights, says Turkey's Foreign Ministry

Assad militias commit massacres in southern Syria


The Assad regime’s militias and their allies continue bombing and shelling campaign on southern Syria, killing and injuring dozens of civilians

Israeli airstrike martyrs 2 Palestinian children


Israeli warplanes carried out a fresh wave of airstrikes across the blockaded Gaza Strip on Saturday, killing two Palestinian children, according to the Palestinian Health Ministry

Hundreds of Assad, Iranian shells fall on Syria’s Quneitra countryside


The Assad and Iranian shells fell on al-Mal, Mas-hara, and Taiha in Quneitra western and central countryside, Orient learnt from local sources

WHO": 12 children died from heat, disease in South Syria"


The World Health Organization (WHO) called on Thursday (July 12) for the protection of health facilities and increased access to southern Syria, where the recent hostilities have left over 210 000 people displaced and in need of urgent health services

Israel fires at drone approaching from Syria


The Israeli military confirmed Friday (July 13) it fired a Patriot missile at a drone approaching from Syria

Johnson & Johnson ordered to pay $6.32 billion in talcum powder cancer case

The jury announced the $5.6 billion ($US4.14 billion) award in punitive damages shortly after awarding $742 million ($US550 million) in compensatory damages after a six-week trial in St Louis Circuit Court

Turkish President Erdogan unveils 16-minister cabinet


President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unveiled the new 16-minister Cabinet in the presidential complex in the capital Ankara, the first-ever Cabinet under the new presidential system made a reality on Monday