The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights (SOHR) announced that the Syrian regime forces shelled areas in northern Syria that were declared as buffer zone areas according to the Turkish and Russian agreement lat month.
With neighboring Iran diverting rivers and building dams, Kurdish farmers in the Kurdistan Region of Iraq are in the midst of an already severe water crisis that threatens to get even worse, thanks to national and regional governments failing to acknowledge the urgency of the problem.
The President of Egypt, Abdel Fattah al-Sisi launched several projects, including one of the largest wind farms in the world, which experts say will help the country overcome its crippling power crisis. The wind farm is equipped with 290 advanced turbines that will boost Egypt's power generation.
When residents were given 48 hours to leave their homes, they refused, forcing Hayyat Tahrir Al-Sham to cancel planned operations. The residents believe that HTS' role is limited to handing over areas, as they have done before in eastern Hama and Idleb countrysides.
Syrians escaping the intensifying clashes in the rebel-held areas of Southern Syria are fleeing their homes and setting up makeshift camps in Burayqah. This comes after the Syrian Arab Army launched an offensive on Quneitra and Daraa in an attempt to capture Southern Syria from rebels fighters.