SANAA: The Saudi-led anti-rebel coalition denied on Tuesday that its warplanes were behind the bombing of a wedding in southwestern Yemen as the toll soared to 131, including women and children.
BAGHDAD: Sixteen Turkish workers abducted in Baghdad earlier this month have appeared in an online video promising their release, days after the United Nations backed a deal to extricate Syrian villag
WASHINGTON: With no regular American presence in the war theater, the US has struggled to answer basic intelligence questions about the situation in Syria and Iraq, including the Daesh group’s fightin
JERUSALEM: Palestinians clashed with Israeli riot police after barricading themselves inside the Al-AqsaMosque at Jerusalem’s most sensitive holy site, throwing firebombs and rocks at officers outside
PARIS: Six French jet fighters targeted and destroyed a Daesh training camp in eastern Syria, President Francois Hollande said Sunday, making good on a promise to go after the group that the president
BEIRUT: Two severely wounded rebels were rushed out of a flashpoint rebel bastion in Syria to Lebanon on Sunday as part of a truce in flashpoint areas, a monitor said.
ABU DHABI: The last of nearly 4,500 metal stars was placed Sunday on the outer layer of the dome on Abu Dhabi’s Louvre museum, expected to open by the end of 2016.
BEIRUT: The extremist Daesh group has closed playgrounds in a Syrian city because they were being used as a meeting place for unrelated men and women, a monitor said Sunday.
NEW TORK: Russia’s President Vladimir Putin launched a new coalition to battle the Daesh in Syria on Sunday, as he prepared to confront US rival Barack Obama at the United Nations.
ADEN: President Abedrabbo Mansour Hadi on Sunday urged Shiite rebels to lay down their arms and resume dialogue to end Yemen’s conflict, as he left for the UN General Assembly.
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