United Nations prepares for 900,000 Syrians fleeing war in Idib

United Nations prepares for 900,000 Syrians fleeing war in Idib

Turkey has said it is working with Russian Federation and Iran to stabilize Syria's rebel-held Idlib region, indicating continued efforts to avoid a Syrian government offensive in the area, where Ankara failed to secure a ceasefire last week.

Turkey deployed hundreds of its soldiers to the observation posts after a de-escalation agreement reached with Russian Federation and Iran past year to freeze the lines of the conflict, effectively placing Ankara as a protector of the province.

The report, based on 400 interviews, also examined aerial and ground attacks by Turkey's "Operation Olive Branch", conducted with allied Syrian rebels, which wrestled the northwest Afrin region from Syrian Kurdish forces this spring.

It came amid rising global concern that a looming Syrian government assault against rebels in the northwest province of Idlib would be a "bloodbath".

Turkey stands to lose the most from a battle on its border that is sure to have a destabilizing effect on the country and areas it controls inside Syria.

He said the postponement of the military operation against the rebels in Idlib relies on "to what extent the worldwide community members could assist in the separation of moderate opposition from radicals in Idlib".

Carlson marveled at how 17 years after the September 11 terrorist attacks, the USA was now using its military might to shield - rather than eradicate - Al-Qaeda. "But killing everyone - civilians, women, children - like this in the name of fighting terrorist organisations is not right and is not humane", he said on a visit to Pakistan.

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The united Nations, who fear "the worst humanitarian disaster" of the century, are preparing to come to aid to 900,000 people, said Panos Moumtzis, humanitarian coordinator UN regional for the syrian crisis during a press conference in Geneva.

Already hosting 3.5 million Syrians - the world's biggest refugee population - Turkey says it can not absorb more victims of the war and has accused the West of abandoning it to face the consequences of President Bashar al-Assad's reconquest of Syria.

Hours before the minister was due to meet his Russian counterpart Sergei Lavrov in Berlin, Maas appeared to answer a request made by Russian President Vladimir Putin in August for Europe to step up in reconstructing Syria.

Russian Federation and Iran are key allies of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's regime.

An estimated 50,000 rebels, including more than 10,000 hard-core militants and al-Qaida-linked fighters, are cornered in Idlib. He added that several hundred pro-Assad forces had withdrawn from frontlines in the northern Hama countryside.

The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights war monitor has previously said that Turkey attempted to pressure the LLC to dissolve itself but to no avail.

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