Israeli enemy targets a building in al-Mazzeh in Damascus, killing two civilians and injuring ten others

DAMASCUS, (ST)- Two  persons were martyred and ten others were injured in an Israeli enemy missile attack Tuesday dawn on a building near the Lebanese Embassy in al-Mazzeh in Damascus, according to the Syrian news Agency SANA.

SANA reporter said the Israeli aggression targeted the house of Akram al-Ajouri, a leader in the Palestinian "al-Jihad" Movement. The attack killed the leader's son "Muaz" and another person called Abdallah Yousef Hasan. "Batoul", the daughter of the martyr, and nine others were also injured in the aggression.

Turkish regime forces occupy a new town in Syria, kill 3 SDF elements

HASAKA, (ST)_ Turkish regime forces and their mercenaries occupied Mnakh town in the northern countryside of Tal Tamer and fired mortar shells on Qasmeyeh and Rashdeyeh towns in the same area, according to the Syrian Alikhbaria TV channel.

The TV channel affirmed that the Turkish regime forces work on establishing local councils in Ras Al-Ayn city and towns, which they have occupied.

Oil fields in Syria must be under the control of the Syrian State: Lavrov

YEREVAN, (ST)- Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov has reaffirmed that the oil fields in Syria must be under the control of the Syrian state, pointing out that Washington's attempts to control these fields are illegal and they hinder reaching political solution to the crisis in Syria.

In a press conference with his Armenian counterpart Zohrab Mnatsakanyan in Yerevan on Monday, Lavrov said that the US illegal attempts to control Syria's oil fields impede political settlement in the country and form an additional source of threat.

The Russian top diplomat added that Moscow affirmed the need for the Syrian state to establish its control over all its territory including over the oil fields as soon as possible. Moscow also supports the complete elimination of terrorism and the attainment of a political solution to the crisis in the country, he pointed out .

“Syria triumphs over pain”

Damascus,(ST)- The Department of Ecumenical Relations and Development in the Patriarchate of Antioch and all the East on Sunday held an artistic evening culminating its celebrations on its 25th foundation anniversary at the Conferences Palace in Damascus.

The evening, which was titled "Syria Triumphs over Pain", included several artistic activities attended by a huge audience.

A theatrical presentation by young volunteers from the Department of Ecumenical Relations depicted stories from Bible.

Three blasts hit Qameshli city

HASAKA, (ST)_At least 3 civilians were martyred and 5 others wounded in 3 blasts in Qameshli city.

According to local sources, 2 car bombs exploded in al-Wehdeh street and a third one exploded near al-Ameen hotel in the heart of Qameshli city.

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Syrian army clashes with Turkish occupation forces in Hasaka province

HASAKA, (ST)_ The Syrian army units have clashed with the Turkish occupation forces on the axis of Mnakh-Mahmodeyeh towns in the northern countryside of Tal Tamer area, which is located 40 km to the north-west of  Hasaka city , according to the Syrian News Agency (SANA).

The agency added that the Turkish occupation forces and their mercenaries robbed power transformers in the towns of Ahras, Arbaeen and Soda in Ras Al-Ayn countryside and they looted pharmacies and shops in Manajir and Amereyeh towns.

Kazakh Foreign Ministry: The next round of Astana talks on Syria will be held late this month or early next month

Nour Sultan, ST - The next round of Astana talks on the crisis in Syria could be held in late November or early next month in Nur Sultan, Kazakh Foreign Ministry spokesman Ipek Smadiyarov said.

Smadiyarov explained to reporters today that talks are ongoing between the parties of the Astana process in order to determine the date of the next round of Astana meetings on Syria and we expect it to be in late November or early December.