- Two people killed, four wounded in booby-trapped car blast in Hama -- SANA
- AMMAN, Feb 27 (KUNA) -- Two civilians were killed and four others were injured in a booby-trapped car explosion in the eastern entrance of Salamyieh City in the eastern countryside of Hama. A security source told SANA that a suicide bomber blew himself ...
- Syria army advances against militants in several areas
- Syrian army troops have carried out fresh military operations against Takfiri groups on several fronts, liberating more militant-held areas and inflicting heavy losses on the terrorists.
- Syrian Army Makes Major Progress in Southern Aleppo Countryside
- In Hama, SANA news agency reported that an army unit clashed last night with large numbers of terrorists who attacked a military post in al-Hamra village in the northeastern countryside of the central Hama province.
- Middle East Updates US Believes Several Hundred Islamic State Fighters Killed
- Syria's state-run news agency and a government official say gunmen have assassinated a lawmaker in the restive central province of Hama. SANA says Waris al-Younnes was gunned down while travelling on a road linking the city of Hama with the town of ...
- Syria's attorney general: Resignation or kidnapping?
- Soon after the release of Bakkour's video resignation, the Syrian state news agency SANA fired back, saying the attorney general had been coerced by kidnappers to make false statements.
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