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Woman killed, child injured by terrorist sniper shooting at al-Fou’a in Idleb countryside

(SANA, Idleb, 10 May 2016) ~ A woman was killed and a child was injured by terrorist sniper shooting on the locals of the terrorist-besieged al-Fouaa town at the northeastern countryside of Idleb.

Local sources inside the town told SANA Monday that snipers of Jabhat al-Nusra terrorist group positioned in Binnish shot on the locals of al-Fouaa, claiming the life of a woman and injuring a child .

The two towns of al-Fou’a and Kafraya are repeatedly targeted by terrorist attacks and snipers of Takfiri organizations affiliated to Saudi and Erdogan’s regimes leaving victims among civilians mostly women and children.


Terrorists exploit cessation of hostilities agreement to commit crimes and get more weapons from countries supporting them

(Tehran, 10 May 2016)  ~ Speaker of Iran’s Shura Council (Parliament) Ali Larijani condemned the terrorist crimes perpetrated against the Syrian people, particularly in Aleppo, pointing out that terrorists exploit the agreement of cessation of hostilities to commit crimes and get more weapons from the countries supporting them.

In a speech before the Council Tuesday, Larijani said that sending weapons to the terrorist organizations in Syria by some western countries, particularly the USA, while at the same time they talk about confronting terrorism of Jabhat al-Nusra and ISIS, is considered reprehensible.

He added that these weapons would definitely be used by the terrorists against these sides supporting them.

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Syrian Foreign Ministry to UNSC: “Saudi, Qatar, Turkey support terrorists to thwart peace talks”

(PressTV) ~ Syria has complained to the UN about the ongoing Saudi, Qatari and Turkish support for terrorists fighting in the war-ravaged Arab country, and condemned persistent violations of truce in the city of Aleppo by militants as an attempt to thwart peace talks.

The Syrian Foreign Ministry said in two identical letters to the United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and the head of the UN Security Council (UNSC) on Thursday that the violations of truce in Aleppo City and terrorist attacks in Homs Province aim to undermine peace efforts and prove that Doha, Riyadh and Ankara defy the UNSC resolutions in their own interests.

The ministry added that the international community could not depend on those countries to find a solution to the Syrian crisis.

The letters highlighted the terrorist attacks against several residential areas of Aleppo that left at least three people dead and several others injured. The ministry also referred to the terrorist attacks in the city of al-Mukharram in Homs that killed 12 people and injured 40 others.

The foreign ministry also noted that the government has been respecting the truce deal since early hours of Thursday, May 5, adding that the blatant violation of the truce exposes the real face of foreign-backed militants groups whose real intention is to shed the blood of Syrians and destroy the country.

It stressed the country’s determination to fight terrorism and find a solution to the crisis via intra-Syrian dialogue that would restore security to the country and uproot terrorism.

Meanwhile, the ministry called on the UN and UNSC to condemn the terrorists attacks and asked the UNSC to fulfill its obligations and take punitive measures against countries supporting terrorism.

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