Archive for the ‘Middle East (Bariga Dhexe)’ Category

Syrian Rebel Moves Headquarters From Turkey To Syria + Related News

Sunday, September 23, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News Sept. 23,  2012

Falaagada Suuriya Oo Bartoodii Hogaaminta  Kala  Soo Guurtay Turkiga oo Lasoo  Gashay  Suuriya

Falaagada kasoo hor jeedda xukuumadda Suuriya ee isku macaabay ciidamada xorta ah ee Suuriya ayaa xuruuntoodii barta hogaaminta ka soo raray Turkiga oo la soo galay gudaha Suuriya,waxayna u diyaar garoobayaan weerar ay ku qaadaan ciidamada madaxweyne Bashar Al- Asad ee kusigan gudaha magaalada Dimishiq. Read more…

Syria – Aleppo cleared of rebels

Wednesday, August 22, 2012 Comments off


Laaska News  August  22,  2012


After two days of intense fighting the Syrian army has driven rebel units out of two Christian districts of the county’s northern capital Aleppo. Read more…

Syria – Syrian troops assume control of road to Aleppo airport

Friday, August 17, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News August 17,  2012

“Ciidamada Suuriya oo la sheegay inay la wareegeen gacan ku haynta wadada tagtagaroonka caalamiga ah ee Xalab, sida ay ku warantay wahaaladda Wararka Al An ee Suuriya.”

The Syrian troops have assumed control of the road leading to Aleppo international airport, according to the Syria al-An news agency.
Rebel fighters have previously fired on the road from both sides. Clashes between the government troops and those of armed opposition are the fiercest in the Sayf ad-Daul district in Aleppo. Read more…

Syria reports capturing foreign military officers (Aug 6, 2012)

Tuesday, August 7, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News August  7, 2012


Photo: EPA

Syria says its forces attacking rebel-held parts of its commercial capital Aleppo have captured several military officers from Saudi Arabia and Turkey. Read more…

Russia denies warships heading for Syria

Saturday, August 4, 2012 Comments off

Russian warships can dock in Syria for resupply – Ministry of Defense

Russia denies warships heading for Syria

RIA Novosti

Russia’s Defence Ministry has denied reports that large landing ships of the Northern Fleet carrying marines had planned to visit Syria’s Tartus port. Read more…

News from Rebels – Syrian checkpoint controlled by rebels

Monday, July 30, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  July  30,  2012

Rebels in Syria have taken control of a checkpoint in Salama, a northern town on the border with Turkey.

Salama is about 65 kilometers north of Aleppo, where a fierce battle between the government forces and rebels continues. Read more…

Fighting escalates in Syria’s Aleppo

Friday, July 27, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News   July  27,   2012


Fighting has escalated between the government troops and armed rebels for Syria’s second largest city Aleppo.

The city, known as Syria’s economic capital, was seized by units of the so-called Free Syrian Army a week ago. Read more…

Top Syrian defector rallying foreign support + Related Articles

Friday, July 27, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News   July  27,   2012

A top-ranking Syrian military defector is visiting the country’s neighbors apparently to rally support to bring down the government of President Bashar al-Assad.

Former brigadier general Manaf Tlas met Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu in Ankara on Thursday. They’re believed to have discussed the possibility of cooperation between Turkey and Syrian defectors. Read more…

Russia prepared to send observers to Syria

Thursday, July 26, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News  July  26,  2012

According to Russian UN Ambassador Vitaly Churkin, the Russian Foreign Ministry has acted on orders from President Vladimir Putin to inform the UN Security Council that Russia is prepared to send up to 30 military observers to Syria. Read more…

Turkey-Syria border almost war zone + Related Articles

Monday, July 23, 2012 Comments off

Laaska News July  23, 2012
Turkey deploys ground-to-air missiles to Syrian border

Syrian rebels back tracking

Govt helicopters bombing Damascus districts not confirmed


Photo – File

According to Turkish media, Turkey has moved another five anti-aircraft missile batteries to its border with Syria. Read more…