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quinta-feira, 16 de março de 2017

AL JAZEERA NEWS-SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR Six years on: Why the war in Syria persists


Six years on: Why the war in Syria persists

As the war enters its seventh year, the prospect of achieving a peaceful solution is becoming increasingly difficult.
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

The 'slow-motion slaughter' of Syrian civilians

Government policies have prevented aid delivery to millions of people in besieged or hard-to-reach areas, report finds.
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

Six years on: The price of saying 'no' to Assad

Al Jazeera speaks to three Syrians whose lives have been forever changed since the 2011 uprising began.
IRAN

Egypt-Iran: A possible thaw in relations?

The time is ripe for a rapprochement between Cairo and Tehran, say Iranian analysts.
MIDDLE EAST

Air raid on packed Syria mosque 'kills dozens'

Mosque in Aleppo province was full of worshippers at evening prayer when it was hit by fighter jets, monitor says.
INSIDE STORY

Is Israel imposing 'apartheid' on Palestinians?

A new UN agency report says the Israeli government is imposing an 'apartheid regime' on the Palestinian people.
MIDDLE EAST

Libyan armed groups agree ceasefire after Tripoli clashes

Armed groups in Tripoli have signed a ceasefire deal after days of fighting in the Libyan capital. The city had been paralysed as pro-unity government forces and rival militias exchanged artillery fire in the streets.
MIDDLE EAST

King of Morocco ousts PM over post-election deadlock

Royalist supporters reluctant to share power with Islamist party as Mohammed plans replacement for Abdelilah Benkirane.
MIDDLE EAST

Syrian rebel group condemns Damascus blasts

Ahrar al-Sham's statement comes in response to 39 deaths in double bombing as the conflict enters its seventh year.
MIDDLE EAST

Will the US Supreme Court uphold Trump's travel ban?

US President Donald Trump has pledged to take his second legal defeat, blocking his revised travel ban, to the Supreme Court.
MIDDLE EAST

Iraq camps overwhelmed with Mosul's displaced

The fighting between Iraqi troops and ISIL, or the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant group, is pushing thousands out of the city and camps for displaced people are being stretched to the limit.
MIDDLE EAST

Syrian family's struggle amid Trump's travel ban

With Trump's travel ban back in the court, Al Jazeera's programme Fault Lines tells the story of one Syrian family's desperate attempts to get into the US at the height of the confusion.
MIDDLE EAST

Syria's war: Dozens killed in Idlib air strikes

Syria's government has hit rebel-held areas in the northwestern city of Idlib after a bombing in the capital Damascus. At least 25 people were killed, including 16 children, in the government raids.

Palestinian diaspora divided over right to return

Palestinians at Istanbul conference asserted the right of refugees to return to Palestine amid disagreements.
MIDDLE EAST

US adds Jordanian woman to most-wanted list

Jordanian Ahlam Al Tamimi has already served a prison sentence in Israel for her role in the 2001 bombing of a Jerusalem pizza shop, where 15 people were killed including two US citizens.
MIDDLE EAST

Twin suicide attacks kill dozens in Damascus

Suicide bomber targets main judicial building in the capital's centre, with a second blast reported in the Rabweh area.
SYRIA'S CIVIL WAR

The US must heed Turkish concerns in Syria

If the US insists on supporting the YPG against Turkey's wishes, Syria's post-ISIL stability is going to be in peril.
MIDDLE EAST

Iraqi forces bear down on symbolic ISIL-held mosque

Elite troops battle towards iconic Nuri mosque where ISIL leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi proclaimed the caliphate.
MIDDLE EAST

Syria's war six years on: Children bear brunt of conflict

The war in Syria is now entering its seventh year. It has taken a devastating toll on the country's children, exposing them to violence and limiting access to food and medicine.
MIDDLE EAST

UN report: Israel has established de facto 'apartheid regime'

A branch of the United Nations has prepared a report at the request of its member states looking at whether Israel has a policy of de facto apartheid towards the Palestinians.
AL JAZEERA WORLD

Syria: The Roots of Tyranny

The story of Abdul Hamid al-Sarraj who used fear and torture to turn 1950s Syria into a police state.
MIDDLE EAST

Syria's war: 'Our children are living in fear'

As the Syrian conflict enters its seventh year, the fighting has taken an extraordinary toll on children.
MIDDLE EAST

Two Turkish soldiers killed in highway explosion

Highway blast targeting security forces kills two soldiers on a road linking the cities of Mardin and Diyarbakir.
POLITICS

Saudi Arabia: Trump meeting a 'historic turning point'

Saudi says talks highlighted shared views on Iran, expresses 'satisfaction' Trump's travel ban not aimed at Muslims.
US & CANADA

Jordanian woman added to FBI Most Wanted list

US charge against Ahlam Aref Ahmad al-Tamimi stems from a 2001 bombing at Jerusalem restaurant that killed 15.
MIDDLE EAST

Iraqi forces kill ISIL commander in Mosul

Government soldiers try to retake strategic bridge in ISIL-held western Mosul, but snipers slow the advance.

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