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One Year on From Afrin, and now East of the Euphrates: More War?

“The goal of the United States from delaying this agreement is to make room for Turkey to enter easily when the US withdraw from its military bases…” (Syrian Observatory for Human Rights)

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AFRIN. Where’s the “PEACE & SECURITY” now, Turkey?

The factions of the Operation “Olive Branch”  “…are still continuing to loot and thieve the property of the citizens, and the residents confirmed that factions have imposed royalties on the owners and farmers

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AFRIN: AFTER THE DELUGE

As for Afrin. While the world continues to sleep. It is surely time now to weep for its people? Before day breaks and the alarm goes off and its back to the front lines.

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AFRIN: AFTER ETHNIC CLEANSING  NOW TURKISH “PLANTATION”

Turkey was conducting a policy of “demographic change” in the area despite denials by the regime in Ankara.

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URGENT! Afrin Autonomous Administration’s call to the UN Security Council

Afrin Autonomous Administration has issued a call the UN Security Council in order for the Turkish state’s massacres against civilians to stop

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WAR ON AFRIN: Week Six CEASEFIRE IN THE UN SECURITY COUNCIL

38  days into the ‘neo-Ottoman’ assault on the Democratic Federation of Northern Syria, Afrin Region, and with civilian casualties continuing to mount

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Afrin: Forces pro-Assad arrive

Syrian State TV showed about 20 vehicles with heavy weapons mounted entering Afrin from the nearby village of Nubul

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WAR ON AFRIN: THE THIRD WEEK

We are now well over three weeks into the Turkish military assault on Afrin – “home to the last of the untouched Yazidi communities (some 25,000 people)…also…home to many of the internally displaced refugees in Syria

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