The U.N. Security Council approved on Saturday a 30-day truce across Syria to allow humanitarian aid to penetrate the worst-hit areas, but reports of persistent fighting continue to pour in along multiple fronts. Matthew Larotonda reports
Russian President Vladimir Putin discussed the Syrian crisis with his French and German counterparts, Emmanuel Macron and Angela Merkel.
Clashes were reported on Sunday between insurgents and government forces.
Muslim was the co-chair of the PYD party, the major component of the coalition that runs autonomous parts of north Syria.
He spoke hours after the U.N. adopted a resolution demanding a 30-day truce across Syria to allow aid access.
Iran said on Sunday that attacks will continue on Damascus suburbs held by "terrorists".
Israeli media reported that Chief Executive Stella Handler, who is in police custody, could be replaced at least temporarily.
ran and Syria will continue attacks on Damascus suburbs held by "terrorists", but elsewhere respect a U.N. resolution demanding a 30-day truce.
The public debt and increased budget deficit are reducing the loanable funds available at the banks
The U.N. Security Council delayed a vote, Friday, on a demand for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria where pro-government warplanes have been pounding eastern Ghouta, reportedly killing over 460 people. Jillian Kitchener reports.