One civilian martyred, two injured in terrorist attacks on villages in Lattakia countryside

Lattakia - A civilian was martyred and two other were injured in a terrorist attack on Sharasher and Hweiz villages in Lattakia countryside.

SANA said that terrorists positioned in Idleb and the northern countryside of Lattakia, near borders with Turkey, targeted Sharasher and Hweiz villages with rocket shells, killing one civilian and injuring two others.

The terrorist attack also caused material damage to the houses of citizens.

Aerial defenses intercept unidentified objects in southern region airspace

Quneitra – The Syrian Arab Army’s aerial defenses intercepted unidentified objects in the airspace of the southern region.

SANA said on Saturday evening that anti-air defenses intercept unidentified objects that had entered the airspace of southern region from the occupied territories.

On Friday, aerial defenses detected and intercepted hostile targets coming from the direction of Quneitra.

Army foils terrorist infiltration attempt in Hama countryside

Hama – Syrian Arab Army units foiled terrorists’ infiltration attempt in the northwestern countryside of Hama province.

SANA said that army units clashed with terrorists from Jabhat al-Nusra and groups affiliated to it that had attempted to infiltrate military positions and safe areas in Hama’s northwestern countryside coming from the direction of Shahashbo Mountain.

SANA said the clashes resulted in foiling the terrorist attack, inflicting losses upon the terrorists, and destroying a number of their vehicles.

Syria's Efforts to Meet Citizens' Health Needs under Crisis to be Highlighted at 72nd World Health Assembly

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Syria is to take part in the 72nd World Health Assembly (WHA) due to be held next week in Geneva, Switzerland.

 The debate is expected to focus on a range of internal and external questions facing the United Nations’ health body.

Syria's Participation in the event is a new opportunity to brief the Assembly member states on "the Syrian government's exceptional efforts" to meet citizens' health needs and on the health situation in the country as well as the challenges facing Syria amid the growing needs of citizens and the European and American sanctions imposed on the Syrian people and which have badly affected the health sector, Health Minister Nizar Yazigi said in a statement to journalists.

Syria, China Discuss Cooperation to Rehabilitate Schools Damaged because of Terrorism in Syria

BEIJING, (ST)- Syria's Minister of Education Emad Al-Azab and his Chinese counterpart Chen Baosheng held talks in Beijing on cooperation between Syria and China in rehabilitating schools damaged because of terrorism in Syria.

The talks were held on the sidelines of the International Conference on Artificial Intelligence which concludes its activities today in Beijing.

Al-Azab said that efforts are underway to establish a national center on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in Syria, SANA reoported.

On his part, the Chinese minister expressed his county's readiness to provide assistance in the artificial intelligence domain and in rehabilitating Syrian schools in accordance to a plane to be agreed on by the two sides.

Al-Jaafari: Ending Suffering of Syrians in Idleb Requires Ending Investment in Terrorism

NEW YORK- Syria’s Permanent Representative to the United Nations Dr. Bashar al-Jaafari said that Syria has reservations over the politicized approaches of some UN Security Councils member states regarding the frequent requests for holding Council meetings whenever Syria takes legal measures to protect its citizens from the practices of terrorist groups, according to SANA.

During a UN Security Council’s session on the situation in Syria on Friday, al-Jaafari said that some Council members continue to ignore the war crimes committed by the US-led illegal coalition in Syria in collusion with their proxy militias, particularly the SDF, crimes which include the complete destruction Raqqa city and killing and displacing its residents, in addition to the coalition’s crimes in Deir Ezzor, and the forced detainment of tens of thousands of civilians in al-Rukban camp in al-Tanf area.

6th Mechanical and Electrical Exhibition at Lattakia Tishreen University Presents Students’ Creative Ideas, Research Skills

With the participation of more than 200 projects by Applied , Mechanical, Electrical and Informatics Engineering faculties , Syrian Computer Society ( SCS) ,  the Distinction and Creativity Agency  and  the National Center for the Distinguished, the 6th Mechanical and Electrical Exhibition(MEE6) was held recently at the Central Library of Tishreen University in Lattakia province.

"The MEE6 is an interactive, scientific and  cultural event which  represents the output and harvest of a full year of theoretical  and practical teaching and learning for students from a number of faculties and institutions of Tishreen university”, Dr. Bassam Hassan, Rector of Tishreen university said in a statement to the Syriatimes e-newspaper.