Young man dies in Rukban camp due to lack of medical care; France issues arrest warrants for senior Syrian officials
Local and field news:
On Sunday night, a forcibly displaced young man from the city of Palmyra died in the Rukban camp near the Syrian-Jordanian border due to his declining health condition after having surgery in Jordan and the subsequent lack of healthcare in the camp.
In Northern Syria, the Civil Police in the town of al-Rai, Northern Aleppo, said that Turkey closed the town's border crossing with Turkey after fighters from the Sultan Murad Troop of the Free Syrian Army attacked the crossing.
In Idlib, a motorcycle bomb explosion killed two Islamic State (IS) suspects in the town of Talminis in Southern Idlib, Northern Syria.
Representatives of the Free Idlib Educational Directorate met with teachers in the city of Saraqib in Eastern Idlib, Northern Syria, to solve a problem related to teaching the Syrian government curriculum in the city's schools.
The IS killed a Syrian government forces officer in clashes in the al-Tulul al-Safa area in eastern al-Suwayda, Southern Syria.
The price of olive oil increased in the Syrian government forces-controlled city of Hama, Central Syria, preventing people from affording it.
International and political news:
French prosecutors issued international arrest warrants for three senior Syrian intelligence and government officials, including the Chief of Security Ali Mamlouk.
The Russian Envoy to Syria Alexander Lavrentiev discussed forming a constitutional committee with the Syrian President Bashar al-Assad.