The Syrian regime's demand that fighters from IRGC-affiliated militias report for mandatory military service has fueled tensions in Deir Ezzor.
Assassinations targeting Iraqi critics of Iran are 'part of the Iranian regime's policy of elimination' of its opponents, an analyst tells Diyaruna.
Post ISIS, some militias operating under the auspices of the popular mobilisation forces have refused to withdraw from liberated areas.
A railway line that would link Iran with the Mediterranean port of Latakia may serve as a conduit of weapons for the IRGC, an activist warns.
More than 70 families of the fighters of Iran-backed militias stationed in Syria have settled in the border town of Albu Kamal.
The rise of the Iran-backed political alliance poses significant threats to Iraq's sovereignty and stability, experts tell Diyaruna.
IRGC troops and affiliated militias have been arriving in the eastern province of Deir Ezzor in large numbers over the last few days.
Charitable, social and educational organisations backed by Iran are spreading out in the Damascus suburbs, an activist cautions.
Russia and the Syrian regime are spreading false rumours that the Syria Civil Defence and some opposition factions are planning to stage chemical attacks in Idlib province, activists say.
A foundation operated by Lebanon's Hizbullah with direct funding from Iran has been attempting to further Iranian interests in Syria.
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The Lebanese militia has encouraged the families of fighters slain in Syria to keep quiet about their deaths, a source close to the group reveals.