Latest News Syria: Syrian Arab News Agency SANA


The website of the Syrian Arab News Agency SANA is regularly blocked by Washington that doesn’t stop its war propaganda and its military aid to the gangs in Syria.  Some days ago, journalist Ali Abbas, head of the Internal News Department at SANA, was killed.  British, American, German, Israeli and Turkish intelligence agencies are providing the Syrian gangs not only with weapons and satellite phones but also with information on Syrian government troop movements and journalists to help them plan attacks and bombings.

The Sunday Times: UK and US Intelligence Covertly Aiding Terrorist Groups in Syria

LONDON, (SANA)- The British intelligence is covertly aiding the armed terrorist groups to launch terrorist attacks in Syria, the British newspaper Sunday Times reported on Sunday...Read more

Brahimi to Inquire about Support Provided by UN to His Mission to Syria

PARIS, (SANA) – UN Envoy to Syria Lakhdar Brahimi said that he will seek immediate clarification regarding the support the UN can provide him in his mission in Syria...Read more

Syrian Ministerial Delegation to Russia: Moscow Takes Clear Stances in the Interests of the Syrians

MOSCOW, (SANA) - Minister of State for National Reconciliation Affairs Dr. Ali Haidar on Saturday said that the Russian stances boosted the possibility of reaching a political solution for the crisis in Syria through preventing foreign interference...Read more

Lavrov: Imposing No-fly Zone over Syria Is a Violation of Sovereignty and the UN Charter 

MOSCOW, (SANA)- Russian Foreign Minister, Sergei Lavrov, stressed Russia's rejection of imposing a no-fly zone over Syria as it constitutes a violation of the Syrian sovereignty and the UN Charter...Read more

Russia and China Welcome Appointment of Brahimi as UN Envoy to Syria

MOSCOW/ BEIJING, (SANA)- Russia welcomed the appointment of the former Algerian Foreign Minister, Lakhadr Brahimi, as the UN new envoy to Syria succeeding Kofi Annan...Read more

Shaaban Briefs Ambassadors of Friendly Countries in China on Crisis Developments

BIEJING, (SANA)- Presidential Political and Media Advisor, Buthaina Shaaban, expressed thanks to the accredited diplomatic representatives of friendly countries over their stances in support of Syria and the rights of the Syrian people...Read more

Milliyet Newspaper: Camps Training Gunmen to Fight in Syria under Turkish Intelligence's Knowledge 

ANKARA, (SANA)-The Turkish Milliyet newspaper revealed that al- Qaeda has established secret camps inside the Syrian territories near the border with Turkey to train and arm al-Qaeda militants to be sent to fight against the Syrian army...Read more

President al-Assad Sends Letter to Chinese Counterpart on the Situation in Syria

BEIJING, (SANA)_President Bashar al-Assad sent a letter to the Chinese President Hu Jintao on the developments in Syria and the region, delivered by the Presidential Political and Media Advisor, Dr. Bouthaina Shaaban, to Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi...Read more

Lavrov: Washington's Statements on Geneva Agreement's Death Irresponsible

MOSCOW, (SANA)- Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Friday said that the statements of the USA on the death of the Geneva agreement are irresponsible...Read more

Iranian President: Existence of Zionist Entity Poses Grave Danger to the Region

TEHRAN, (SANA)- President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad of Iran warned of the gravity of the prevailing situation in the region, calling for planning well to foil all conspiracies hatched against the Middle East region and for unity in the face of world hegemony...Read more



Photo: Erdogan, friend of the US and Israel 

Turkish military has recently equipped the terrorist gangs fighting against the Syrian government with surface-to-air Stinger missiles during a brief incursion into the Syrian soil. The NBC News reported on July 31 that nearly two dozen MANPADs (man-portable air-defense systems) have been delivered to the terrorists in Syria by Turkey. American secret service operatives are distributing illegal assault rifles, anti-tank rocket launchers and other ammunition to Syrian terrorists, the New York Times reports.

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