Maher Al Assad
Maher Al Assad, the brother of Syria's President Bashar Al [...]
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Middle and Near Eastern intelligence services are speculating furiously over the causes of Hezbollah military chief Mustafa Badreddine's death.
Ali Mamlouk, the head of Syria's National Security Bureau, has had some degree of success in his efforts to court Sunni countries in the Middle East.`
While the Vienna process continues, Russia has been quizzing Ali Mamlouk about becoming Syria's interim leader.
Israel’s intelligence services, including Mossad and AMAN, are on high alert for the possibility of a chemical attack on Israeli [...]
The US has given Turkey’s MIT a certain degree of latitude to pilot the programme to train and equip the [...]
Washington is not focused exclusively on the fight against Islamic State (see p.1). The Pentagon is also keeping very close tabs on the regime in Damascus.
The first US weapons and trainers arrived in Turkey at the beginning of May, headed for the NATO military base of Incirlik, in the south, and the central Anatolia Turkish base of Hirfani, to support ‘moderate’ Syrian rebels fighting to [.
Bashar and Maher Al-Assad recently clashed over whom to put in charge of the Syrian regime's intelligence services.
Ahead of the Syria conference which is expected to take place in Geneva next month, the United States and Israel have discreetly reopened communication lines with President Bashar Al Assad's regime, which has notched up a series of military successes [.
Western nations and the Gulf monarchies are making contingency plans to intervene in Syria if the regime uses chemical weapons.
Although he has reached official retirement age, Ali Mamlouk is to stay on as Syria's head of State Security, which is leading the current crackdown on anti-government protests.
While Britain’s foreign minister William Hague was visiting Damascus on January 27, a contingent of officers from State Security, Military [...]
Syrian president Bashar Al Assad summoned his principal heads of intelligence to a meeting at the presidential palace on January [...]