Smoke billow from the Syrian town of Kobane, as seen from the Turkish side of the border in Suruc in Sanliurfa province on Thursday. (AFP PHOTO)
In this still image taken from video captured on a CCTV camera, made available Thursday, June 25, 2015, an explosion is captured by a camera on the Turkish side of the border, in the Kurdish town of Kobani, Syria. Islamic State militants staged a new attack on the Kurdish town of Kobani, which famously resisted a months-long assault by the Islamic militants. The attack involved a suicide car bombing that wounded scores. (AP Photo)
Turkish Kurds gather in Suruc in Sanliurfa province on the Turkish-Syrian border to show support for the people of the Syrian town of Kobane on Thursday. (AFP PHOTO)
SANAA: Army forces loyal to Yemen's President Abed Rabbo Abdul Hadi seized a border crossing with Saudi Arabia on Tuesday, officials in the area and witnesses said, dealing a rare blow to the country'
AMMAN: Daesh suicide bombers killed at least 10 people and injured dozens in two coordinated attacks on Tuesday in the heart of the northeastern Syrian city of Hasaka, a monitor and a resident said.
SYDNEY: The mother-in-law of one of Australia’s most notorious Daesh fighters has pleaded to the government to help her “desperate” daughter and five grandchildren flee the Middle East, saying she mad
BAGHDAD: A Daesh video released Tuesday showed the terrorists murdering 16 men by drowning them in a cage, decapitating them with explosives and firing a rocket-propelled grenade into a car.
MAJDAL SHAMS: Israeli Defense Minister Moshe Yaalon pledged Tuesday to track down Druze rioters in the occupied Golan Heights responsible for the “lynching” of a wounded Syrian being transported to a
SYDNEY: Australia is close to confirming the reported death in Iraq of two home-grown militants who shot to infamy last year after being photographed holding the severed heads of Syrian soldiers, Fore
GENEVA: More than 3,000 dengue cases have been reported in conflict-ravaged Yemen since March, the World Health Organization warned Tuesday, adding that the actual figure could be far higher.
TEHRAN: Iran’s Parliament approved a controversial bill Tuesday that it said would protect the country’s nuclear program, but which could also hinder final negotiations on a deal with world powers.
DOHA: Qatar’s pledge to abolish its controversial “kafala” labor system by the end of 2015 is in doubt after Doha’s main consultative body expressed serious concerns about proposed reforms.
LONDON: Lebanon has launched a 24-hour hotline for female domestic workers to allow them to report abuse or mistreatment and receive help.
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