قوات الاسد تقصف حلب بالكيماوي وموسكو تنفي توصلها لاتفاق مع واشنطن ومعارك كر وفر مع داعش للسيطرة على تدمر

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2017.11.19 02:49

موسكو تنفي توصلها لاتفاق مع واشنطن حول خروج المسلحين من شرق حلب خلال 48 ساعة بأسلحة خفيفة فقط والجيش السوري وقوات "الدولة الاسلامية" بين كر وفر ويتبادلان السيطرة على مدينة تدمر.. وانباء عن فرار آلاف المدنيين من شرق حلب وروسيا شنت اكثر من 60 غارة ضد مواقع وقوافل وتجمعات تنظيم "الدولة الاسلامية" في تدمر

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موسكو ـ بيروت ـ وكالات: نفى نائب وزير الخارجية الروسي سيرغي ريابكوف الأحد توصل موسكو لاتفاق مع واشنطن حول خروج المسلحين من شرق حلب.

وقال المسؤول الروسي إن الولايات المتحدة تصر في محادثاتها مع روسيا على شروط غير مقبولة بشأن وقف إطلاق النار.

وكانت وكالة رويترز نقلت في وقت سابق من الأحد عن المعارضة السورية أن موسكو وواشنطن توصلتا لاتفاق لإخراج المسلحين من شرق حلب خلال 48 ساعة.

وأضافت الوكالة أنه حسب المقترح سيتمكن المسلحون والمدنيون على حد سواء من الخروج بشكل آمن إلى خارج منطقة القتال.

كما يجبر الاتفاق الروسي الأمريكي مسلحي “جبهة النصرة” على التوجه نحو إدلب، بينما يترك أمام الفصائل الأخرى اختيار وجهتها.

وذكر المصر أن الاتفاق يسمح للمسلحين الخروج مع عائلاتهم من حلب مع أسلحة خفيفة فقط.

كما يجبر الاتفاق الروسي الأمريكي مسلحي “جبهة النصرة” على التوجه نحو إدلب، بينما يترك أمام الفصائل الأخرى اختيار وجهتها.

وذكر المصدر أن الاتفاق يسمح للمسلحين الخروج مع عائلاتهم من حلب مع أسلحة خفيفة فقط.

مدينة تدمر الأثرية السورية تشهد معارك شرسة

  •  الجيش السوري يمر بجانب قوس النصر في مدينة تدمر في أبريل/نيسا

عاد مسلحو تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية إلى مدينة تدمر السورية بعد انسحابهم منها ليلا بسبب الغارات الروسية.

وقال محافظ حمص طلال البرازي إن القوات الحكومية انسحبت من تدمر، مؤكدا على أنها تعمل على تنظيم صفوفها لطرد مسلحي التنظيم.

ودخل المسلحون المدينة يوم السبت في أعقاب شن هجوم في وقت سابق من الأسبوع.

وأرسل الجيش السوري تعزيزات إلى محيط المدينة، وأفادت أنباء بأنه نقل قوات من مدينة حلب.

وكان تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية قد سيطر على تدمر والآثار المحيطة بها في مايو/ أيار 2015 قبل أن تستعيدها القوات الحكومية السورية في مارس/آذار من السنة الجارية.

وتدرج منظمة الأمم المتحدة للتربية والعلم والثقافة "يونسكو" مدينة تدمر على قائمة مواقع التراث العالمي.

وقال المرصد السوري لحقوق الإنسان، ومقره بريطانيا، صباح يوم الأحد إن قصفا "شديدا" شنته الطائرات الروسية كان قد أجبر تنظيم الدولة الإسلامية على الانسحاب إلى مشارف المدينة.

لكن البرازي قال إن "تنظيم الدولة الاسلامية أعاد احتلال تدمر".

وتمثل مدينة تدمر أهمية استراتيجية بالنسبة لتنظيم الدولة الإسلامية نظرا لقربها من حقول النفط. ويسعى التنظيم للسيطرة على حقول جزل والشاعر والمهر النفطية الواقعة في محيط تدمر للاستفادة منها.

وكالة أعماق التابعة لتنظيم الدولة الإسلامية نشرت صورا قالت إن لمسلحين في تدمر

وكان التنظيم قد دمر عددا من الآثار وقطع رأس مديرا للآثار خلال فترة سيطرته على المدينة والتي امتدت 10 أشهر. كما دمر معبدين يرجع تاريخهما إلى ألفي عام فضلا عن أعمدة جنائزية وقوس النصر.

ودارت المعركة الأخيرة في تدمر في الوقت الذي اقترب فيه الجيش السوري من منطقة باقية في سيطرة المعارضة في مدينة حلب.

وقالت قوات المعارضة يوم السبت إنها أوقفت زحفا من جانب قوات الحكومة السورية في الجيوب التي مازالت تخضع لسيطرة المعارضة في حلب.

وأشار أحد قادة المعارضة إلى أن سبب تباطؤ زحف القوات الحكومية قد يرجع إلى إعادة نشر القوات ونقلها إلى تدمر.

بيد أن الحكومة السورية تتقدم بحذر في المناطق الخاضعة لسيطرة المعارضة في حلب، وتشير الأنباء إلى أنها تسيطر حاليا على 93 في المئة من المدينة.

ودعا جون كيري، وزير الخارجية الأمريكي، يوم السبت الحكومة السورية والجيش الروسي إلى "إظهار القليل من حسن النوايا" بشأن المناطق الباقية في سيطرة المعارضة في حلب.

وجاء تصريح كيري في أعقاب اجتماع في العاصمة الفرنسية باريس ضم حكومات تدعم المعارضة السورية

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The plea came as the battle for the city was entering its final hours, with the combined forces of the Syrian government of President Assad and his Russian allies poised to claim victory.

  • Tens of thousands of Syrians are trapped in Aleppo amid the countrys civil war 
  • Assads troops secured a safe passage for 50,000 but many more are at risk
  • Russia claims that Assads forces now control 93 per cent of the city 
  • In addition, 1,200 rebel troops have reportedly surrendered in 24 hours 

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson last night joined world leaders in a desperate call for action to prevent the slaughter of ten of thousands of civilians who are trapped in the Syrian city of Aleppo.

The plea came as the battle for the city was entering its final hours, with the combined forces of the Syrian government of President Assad and his Russian allies poised to claim victory after four years of fighting.

International observers and local leaders fear the lives of up to 150,000 people in the last remaining rebel-held area are in danger unless they can be given safe passage out of the city through a humanitarian corridor, amid claims of renewed chemical attacks by the Syrian regime.

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Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson last night joined world leaders in a desperate call to prevent the slaughter of ten of thousands of civilians who are trapped in the Syrian city of Aleppo

Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson last night joined world leaders in a desperate call to prevent the slaughter of ten of thousands of civilians who are trapped in the Syrian city of Aleppo

Speaking in Paris, Mr Johnson said: ‘The situation in Aleppo remains dire with desperate images of destruction and a flagrant disregard for human life being splashed across the media on a daily basis.

‘We agreed our first priority must be the protection of civilians and ensuring access for humanitarian aid. It’s essential that the regime and its backers provide the UN that access with immediate effect.’

Russia claimed last night that Syrian forces controlled 93 per cent of Aleppo

Russia claimed last night that Syrian forces controlled 93 per cent of Aleppo

Russia claimed last night that Syrian forces controlled 93 per cent of Aleppo and that Assad’s troops had secured the safe passage of 50,000 civilians from the city along ‘humanitarian corridors’. 

They added that 1,217 rebel fighters had laid down their weapons in the last 24 hours.

But footage has emerged which suggests Assad has launched a new wave of deadly chlorine attacks on civilian areas. There have also been reports that hundreds of men in the rebel-held area have disappeared.

Mr Johnson’s comments echoed the remarks of US Secretary of State John Kerry, who called on Russia and Assad to stop their onslaught and provide assurances about the fate of rebels who have agreed to stop fighting.

Last night chemical weapons expert Colonel Hamish de Bretton-Gordon claimed the dictator had use ‘morbidly effective’ tactics to clear remaining rebel-held neighbourhoods. 

The former British Army officer said: ‘Assad’s air force had already flattened these areas by carpet bombing yet thousands of people were still living there, mainly in underground shelters. The clouds of chlorine gas lingered at street level and seeped into the shelters, forcing people out from underground.

 
 
 

JANE AUSTEN BRINGS HOPE AMID THE HORROR

War-ravaged Aleppo could not be further from the genteel world of Jane Austen. And that’s precisely why the Pride And Prejudice author’s work is providing a lifeline to one resident.

one young woman, identified as Bassma, said she read Austen to remain sane amid the bombing

one young woman, identified as Bassma, said she read Austen to remain sane amid the bombing

Interviewed by the BBC’s Lyse Doucet on the Today programme yesterday, one young woman, identified as Bassma, said she read Austen to remain sane amid the bombing.

‘I spend the long nights at home reading,’ she said. ‘I’ve read Austen and all the classics so I don’t have to think just about the war. I travel in my thoughts to another period, another time, and it really helped.’

Bassma has also taken up two suitably Austen-like pastimes: knitting and embroidery. ‘I have a small box that I put everything in. Tradition says each young woman should have a box and whatever she does – like knitting – she puts it all in the box and she will take it when she is married and will decorate her house. I do that to give some hope to my life.’

 

‘The footage is genuine and is backed up by the accounts of doctors. Assad’s sickening tactic appears to have worked. We must also have very grave concerns for those who remain in Aleppo as Syrian regime forces take over.’

Colonel de Bretton-Gordon and British surgeon David Nott, who has worked in Aleppo, have also called for the UK to plan for a military intervention in Syria to support humanitarian operations.

Last night former International Secretary for International Development Andrew Mitchell agreed, saying: ‘Britain should be willing to play a leading role in a UN-sanctioned military force in support of the humanitarian operations.’

US and Russia were locked in negotiations in Geneva last night over a possible ceasefire.

The war in Syria has killed more than 300,000 people and made more than 11 million homeless.

Last night, a seven-year-old girl, whose plight has touched the world, begged Theresa May for help.

Bana Alabed’s daily account of the war on Twitter has made her one of the most famous civilian voices coming out of Aleppo.

Last night, she told The Mail on Sunday her message to Mrs May was: ‘Please help us – STOP THE BOMBING.’

NO ONE HERE IN FORSAKEN ALEPPO EXPECTS TO LIVE - STILL THE WORLD SITS ON ITS HANDS  

 From Waad Al-Kateab, Channel 4 news journalist reporting from inside Aleppos besieged rebel district

Waad reporting from inside the rebel-held area of Aleppo

Waad reporting from inside the rebel-held area of Aleppo

There is not a single spot in forsaken Aleppo – the most dangerous place on Earth by some distance right now – where it is possible to escape the sense of impending peril. Fatalism infects us all.

No one expects to live much longer. Maybe this will be the last time I type; the last time I record what is happening to my home city.

That’s not an easy thought to contemplate with an unborn child growing inside me and an 11-month-old baby daughter sleeping at my side.

A noose has hung around us since the Syrian army and the Russians began besieging Aleppo 110 days ago and now it grows ever tighter.

Time is running out. We slide inexorably towards what seems like the end – and yet the rest of the world sits on its hands. Soon we will be overrun completely. After that, who knows?

To all of you, to the governments of the West, I issue this heartfelt plea: in the short time that is left please do something, please remember your humanity. Work towards setting up an effective aid corridor. Drop vital supplies. Please do something.

It’s too late to save ancient, once beautiful Aleppo in any physical or aesthetic sense.

Time is running out. We slide inexorably towards what seems like the end – and yet the rest of the world sits on its hands. Soon we will be overrun completely. After that, who knows?

Time is running out. We slide inexorably towards what seems like the end – and yet the rest of the world sits on its hands. Soon we will be overrun completely. After that, who knows?

Relentlessly pounded by bombs of every size and shape, it is now a morass of rubble and concrete, no stone left untouched, as if trampled upon by giants. It is flat. Nothing left. Just air. Yet even the air is polluted with chlorine gas or dust, or pungent nitroglycerin – the smell of bombs.

Everyday city noises – the rumble of traffic, car horns and voices – have been replaced by the screech of bombs and then silence. Aleppo has also become a city of darkness.

Save for a few generators that serve the one remaining hospital and a few bakeries, we have no electricity.

Neither do we have running water. We use primitive means to extract what we can from old wells. You can pass many days without washing your hands. Taking a shower or bath is too great a luxury.

Before the bombing became so persistent and before the chlorine gas attacks started, I used to film life outside the hospital – the only one left in the city – where I live with my husband Handra, a doctor.

Now I limit myself to what happens inside, the aftermath of massacres for instance.

But mostly I am preoccupied with staying alive and more prosaic concerns.

Nappies for instance. I have one pack left and I have come to think of it as an expensive treasure. It will run out soon. Only 40 per cent of bakeries are functioning and those that are are open for only a few days a week. The quality of bread is very bad because other stuff is added to the flour to make the loaves last longer.

At the beginning of the siege, aid agencies began an allotment project, with the aim of growing vegetables to cover some of the needs of the city. It was an excellent idea.

But the allotments were lost completely when the regime made further advances.

Every time a district falls, its people flee – but have no place to go. If they head for the government-held areas they face death and if they remain they face a similar fate. There is no choice.

Food and water is not the biggest issue. It is the final push from the regime, the heavy bombardment that is causing massive casualties.

The hospital is targeted daily by shells. On Friday one fell in front of the emergency gate. An ambulance driver lost both of his legs, and another member of staff died while bringing in a child he’d found in rubble.

Yesterday a makeshift hospital was bombed and we had to move the casualties and medical staff to our hospital.

One girl lost her left eye but wanted to stay where she was because she was worried her mother and father wouldn’t be able to find her.

Yesterday a makeshift hospital was bombed and we had to move the casualties and medical staff to our hospital

Yesterday a makeshift hospital was bombed and we had to move the casualties and medical staff to our hospital

I tried to calm her down and persuaded her to stay with me or stay here – and said I would look for her mother. We could not find a bed so put her in with a wounded woman – who by some kind of miracle turned out to be her mother.

Here, tears are mixed with blood, happiness with sadness. It was like a scene from Hollywood. At the end of the day, we lay our heads on a pillow, the sounds of war planes all around. I pull the covers tight over me and cuddle up to my husband and daughter.

I mumble, pray to my god, for this war plane to leave us without bombing – or to go and bomb somewhere else. Truthfully, I don’t want to be forced to leave my city, to flee the place that I belong to.

I want to stay so my destiny will be the same as the soil. We have a cause. And we will sacrifice ourselves for this cause. I want to live in dignity in my own country.

I cannot lose hope, despite the fatalism. I tell myself only this: that there is a child inside me who will see the light in a couple of months. I have great hope that when he is born everything will be fine in Aleppo.

كلمة التحرير كتاب واراء مختارات من الصحافة حول العالم لبنان سورية صحة بيئه ابراج نهفة اليوم إعلانات تصويت
هل ينهار الاتفاق النووي بعد إعلان استراتيجية ترمب الجديدة تجاه إيران؟


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