Opposition party leader says Algerian President will use his constitutional prerogative to ensure that two prominent leaders of the Hirak Movement, Karim Tabbou and Samir Benlarbi, regain their freedom.
Thousands of families hope landmark law to probe the fate of those missing will provide some closure. The law sets up a commission to find out what happened to an estimated 17,000 people whose bodies were never found after the civil war in Lebanon, which ended in 1990.
Idlib hospital coordinates have been given to all parties to avoid being targeted by Syrian and Russian air strikes, NGOs claim. The targeting of medical facilities means critically injured patients now have to travel further away to receive urgent medical care.
Idlib's fate now appears likely to rest on the results of September 7 Tehran summit between the leaders of Russia, Turkey and Iran. In the meantime the Syrian regime is shelling the province while the rebels there are destroying potential SAA entry points.
7 years after the start of the Syrian Civil War many Syrians are searching for the fate of their relatives imprisoned by the Regime. To this day, tens of thousands of people are estimated to be held in government jails across Syria.