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Scientific study could help save thousands of displaced people in camps in northwestern Syria

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Update date: 2020/09/02 18:52
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The Pax Syriana foundation, in collaboration with a group of volunteer researchers recruited by CrowdfightCovid-19, a non-profit online platform involving thousands of scientists to help fight the Corona virus epidemic, published a policy report relative to the protection of refugee camps in northwestern Syria from the Corona epidemic. This report is based on an academic research study pre-published on the September 1, 2020, which details a preventive strategy that could help save thousands of displaced people living in the camps of northwestern Syria.
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Displaced people demand humanitarian organizations not to send them inedible meals after dozens of them were poisoned

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Update date: 2020/05/13 09:25
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Displaced people in the Idlib governorate, Northern Syria, demanded humanitarian and relief organizations and charities not to send them any inedible food meals, especially after dozens of the people, most of them women and children, were poisoned due to eating food meals in a displaced people’s camp near the village of Deir Hassan.   
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Afrin Military Hospital conducts tests due to Turkish soldiers infected with COVID-19; Syrian government evacuates its nationals from Russia

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Update date: 2020/05/11 17:49
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The Military Hospital in the city of Afrin, Northern Syria, stopped receiving mild cases to conduct tests to people contacted Turkish soldiers who got infected with coronavirus (COVID-19) a few days ago. The Syrian government evacuated its nationals from Russia as the latter came third in the word in terms of cases of COVID-19.
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COVID-19 affects Turkish soldiers in Northern Syria and Turkey covers cases in Afrin

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Update date: 2020/05/06 17:40
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Local and international warning voices about the risk of the spread of COVID-19 in Syria came out early, but the disease already appeared in Northern Syria, affecting one of the guarantors of the Astana Agreement, the Turkish army, which tries to cover the cases in its controlled areas, especially after the Syrian Interim Government denied any COVID-19 case in the Northwestern Syria.
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Doctors refuse to serve in quarantine in Syria; Jordan refuses entry of man infected with COVID-19 coming from Syria

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Update date: 2020/05/04 17:46
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The Syrian government insists on not revealing the real number of COVID-19 cases in the country even with after it announced the return of Syrians coming from abroad, which led several doctors to refuse serving in quarantines of hospitals in central Syria, especially after Jordan prevented the entry of a man with COVID-19 coming from Syria.
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Residents reject decision of HTS and SNA to open crossings with Syrian government

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Update date: 2020/05/03 12:44
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Residents and activists protested against the Hayat Tahrir al-Sham's (HTS) attempts to open a crossing near the village of Mizanaz in the western Aleppo countryside, Northern Syria. The HTS opened fire at protesters in the location of the crossing. The shooting killed a civilian and injured others. Activists revealed to SMART that there are plans to organize demonstrations against crossings that the Syrian National Army (SNA) opens with the Syrian government and Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF).
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Syrian government responds to Rami Makhlouf: “The two companies are required to pay 233.8 billion SYP”

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Update date: 2020/05/02 11:38
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On Friday night, the Syrian government responded to the businessman Rami Maklhouf, the maternal cousin of president Bashar al-Assad, saying that the two mobile network providers, Syriatel and MTN, are required to pay 233.8 billion Syrian pounds.  
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Eight new patients of COVID-19 arrive at Aleppo University Hospital; Turkish police kills Syrian refugee for violating curfew

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Update date: 2020/04/28 17:34
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The Syrian government hides details of people infected with coronavirus (COVID-19). By the time the University Hospital in the city of Aleppo, Northern Syria, receives new cases of the virus, the Syrian government’s Health Ministry announced five cases of recovery. The ministry said nothing about the new confirmed or suspected cases.
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WHO allocates $35 million to fight COVID-19 in Northern Syria, but Syrian Interim Government denies receiving money

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Update date: 2020/04/26 17:56
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The international community tries hard to fight coronavirus (COVID-19), as its attention turns towards the countries whose health systems pass a state of revival. The World Health Organization allocated $35 million to fight COVID-19 in Northern Syria; however, the Syrian Interim Government denied receiving any single penny.