Syria: Bitterly cold temperatures, heavy rains and floods in north-west province Idlib have worsened the plight of the refugees. Also: Since January 2021, women have been allowed to operate trains in the Moscow metro system.
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Dozens of fighters from a Turkish-backed rebel group have been killed in Russian airstrikes in northwestern Syria, according to a British war monitoring group.
Member states are reluctant to take these children due to security risks. The UN counterterrorism chief says these claims are unfounded.
Schools and clinics in northwestern Syria were targeted in 18 attacks between April last year and February, according to Amnesty International. The rights group accuses Syria's regime and Russian forces of "war crimes."
Expectations were high for the fifth round of meetings of the Syrian Constitutional Committee's at the UN in Geneva this week. But the report of the preliminary end of the committee's work is devastating.
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