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Syrians abroad participate in presidential elections with the opening of ballot boxes

Capitals, SANA- Syrians abroad started to cast their votes in the presidential elections with the opening of the ballot boxes at the Syrian embassies and consulates in many countries across the …

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Higher Judicial Committee for Elections: Electoral process abroad proceeds transparently and smoothly  

Damascus, SANA- Chairman of Higher Judicial Committee for Elections (HJCE) , Samer Zemreik stressed that the electoral process at the Syrian embassies abroad proceeded transparently and integrity and smoothly, without …

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Syrians abroad to participate in the presidential elections on Thursday

Damascus, SANA- Syrians abroad head on Thursday to cast their votes in the ballot boxes in the Syrian embassies, missions and consulates in many countries in the world to participate …

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Syrian Students in Bulgaria reiterate standing by their homeland in face of terrorism

Sofia, SANA- Syrian students studying in Bulgaria have renewed their standing by their homeland in the face of terrorism , pledging to achieve scientific excellence to contribute in the process …

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CBS allows Syrians abroad to pay for return ticket in SYP

Damascus, SANA_ The Central Bank of Syria (CBS) has decided to allow the Syrian citizens abroad who are coming to Syria on board of the Syrian Airlines and holding the …

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Plane carrying Syrians stranded abroad arrives at Damascus Int’l Airport from UAE

Damascus, SANA_ An Airbus 340 plane of the Syrian Airlines carrying 251 Syrian citizens stranded abroad landed at Damascus International Airport on Monday evening coming from Sharjah Airport in the …

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Syrian students in Czech call for international action against Israeli aggression on Gaza

Prague, SANA – Syrian students in Czech condemned the massacres committed by Israel against the Palestinian people, particularly in Gaza Strip, which have claimed the lives of hundreds of civilians, …

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