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Terrorists still prevent civilians from reaching corridors in countryside of Aleppo, Idleb

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Aleppo/Idleb, For the 6th consecutive day, the terrorists continue to prevent those who wish to leave the terrorist-infested areas via the humanitarian corridors in Abu al-Dohour, al-Habit in Idleb countryside and al-Hader in Aleppo southern countryside.The terrorists used all criminal means to prevent those who wish to cross the corridors into the safe areas that the Syrian Arab army freed from terrorism.SANA reporters in the three mentioned corridors said that the terrorist organizations continued, for the 6th day to exert pressures and threaten citizens not to get out through Abu al-Dohour, al-Habit, and al-Hader corridors in the countryside of Idleb and Aleppo into safe areas.The terrorists, the reporters mentioned, are taking civilians as human shields to hinder the Syrian army's prog...

Woman injured in terrorist shelling attack on Aleppo city

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Aleppo, A woman was injured as a result of a terrorist attack with shells on Jamiet al-Zahra neighborhood in Aleppo city.SANA's reporter in Aleppo said terrorists positioned west of Aleppo city fired three shells at Jamiet al-Zahra residential neighborhood in Aleppo city, one of which fell in the surroundings of al-Aqqad School, injuring one woman and causing material damage to homes and properties.Source: Syrian Arab News Agency

Africa Starts 2020 Battling Extremism, Ebola and Hunger

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JOHANNESBURG - A tragic airline crash with far-reaching consequences, cataclysmic cyclones that may be a harbinger of the future, the death of an African icon and a new leader who won the Nobel Peace Prize. These African stories captured the world's attention in 2019, and look to influence events on the continent in 2020. The battles against extremist violence and Ebola will also continue to be major campaigns in Africa in the coming year.The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa in March killed all 157 passengers and crew. The disaster, which claimed the lives of a large number of U.N. officials, involved a Boeing 737 Max jet and came just five months after a similar crash in Indonesia of the same aircraft. Boeing was...

Africa Starts 2020 Battling Extremism, Ebola and Hunger

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JOHANNESBURG - A tragic airline crash with far-reaching consequences, cataclysmic cyclones that may be a harbinger of the future, the death of an African icon and a new leader who won the Nobel Peace Prize. These African stories captured the world's attention in 2019, and look to influence events on the continent in 2020. The battles against extremist violence and Ebola will also continue to be major campaigns in Africa in the coming year.The crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jet shortly after takeoff from Addis Ababa in March killed all 157 passengers and crew. The disaster, which claimed the lives of a large number of U.N. officials, involved a Boeing 737 Max jet and came just five months after a similar crash in Indonesia of the same aircraft. Boeing was...

KSrelief Medical Campaign to Combat Blindness Conducts 80 Surgeries in Senegal

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Dakar, The voluntary medical campaign of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) to combat blindness and diseases in Senegal, during the 4th day of the campaign, conducted 80 surgeries and dealt with 275 cases .This campaign aims to treat people with eye diseases and provide them with the necessary medical care in a number of countries in need according to the agreement signed by the KSrelief with Al-Basar International Foundation.Source: Saudi Press Agency

KSrelief Medical Campaign to Combat Blindness Conducts 80 Surgeries in Senegal

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Dakar, The voluntary medical campaign of King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) to combat blindness and diseases in Senegal, during the 4th day of the campaign, conducted 80 surgeries and dealt with 275 cases .This campaign aims to treat people with eye diseases and provide them with the necessary medical care in a number of countries in need according to the agreement signed by the KSrelief with Al-Basar International Foundation.Source: Saudi Press Agency

KSrelief Medical Campaign Conducts 18 Open-heart Surgeries in Khartoum

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Khartoum, The voluntary medical team of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has conducted here 18 surgical operations, including two open-heart surgeries for adults and 16 heart catheterization operations, and that is in the fifth day of the voluntary medical campaign.This campaign, which is provided by the KSrelief with the aim of treating patients with heart diseases and providing them with the necessary medical care, comes as an extension to the humanitarian efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in a number of countries in need without discrimination.Source: Saudi Press Agency

KSrelief Medical Campaign Conducts 18 Open-heart Surgeries in Khartoum

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Khartoum, The voluntary medical team of the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSrelief) has conducted here 18 surgical operations, including two open-heart surgeries for adults and 16 heart catheterization operations, and that is in the fifth day of the voluntary medical campaign.This campaign, which is provided by the KSrelief with the aim of treating patients with heart diseases and providing them with the necessary medical care, comes as an extension to the humanitarian efforts exerted by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia in a number of countries in need without discrimination.Source: Saudi Press Agency

Charge de’ Affairs of Syrian Embassy in Amman visits Patriarch Hanna in Hospital

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Amman, Upon the directives of President Bashar al-Assad, Charge d'affairs of the Syrian embassy in Amman, Shafik Dayob, visited on Tuesday Archbishop Theodosios (Hanna) of Sebastia of Greek Orthodox, Patriarchate of Jerusalem who receives treatment in one of Amman hospitals.Bishop Attalla Hanna receives the treatment from a poisoning accident he was exposed to before days in Patriarchate of Rome in the occupied Jerusalem.Dayob conveyed President al-Assad's greetings and his wishes of quick recovery, stressing Syria's condemnation of the Zionist entity that used internationally-banned gases in Jerusalem.Patriarch Hanna, for his part, asked Dayob to convey a message of thanking and amity to President al-Assad, appreciating Syria's solidarity, as leadership and people, with Palestine.Source: ...

KSRelief Provides Al-Shahar General Hospital with Shipment of Dialysis Solutions

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Hadramout, The dialysis unit at the Industrial College Center of Al-Shahar General Hospital of Hadramout Governorate received a shipment of dialysis solutions yesterday, provided by the King Salman Humanitarian Aid and Relief Center (KSRelief).This shipment comes within the humanitarian assistance provided by the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, represented by the Center, which will benefit kidney failure patients from the Directorate of Al-Shahar, as well as the near directorates.Source: Saudi Press Agency