Islamic State jihadists, formerly known as ISIS, have executed more then 160 fleeing Syrian soldiers, a monitor said Thursday, the latest in a string of brutal abuses alarming Western powers who fear
‘If the nation needs me here, I will continue to fight. Only when the situation improves will I return to class,’ says Kamal, who is deployed with Kurdish Peshmerga forces
Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad formed a new government on Wednesday, two months after his re-election, leaving key ministries untouched as a brutal war continues to ravage his country.
France’s President on Thursday rejected any cooperation with Bashar al-Assad whom he accused of being a “de-facto ally” of jihadists wreaking havoc in Syria and Iraq, and urged a “humanitarian and mil
Singapore authorities have asked pet owners to consider de-barking their dogs surgically if unable to quiet their pets, triggering public outrage from animal rights groups and animal lovers.
The US designated Muhammad Iqbal and Asma Money Exchangers as specially designated global terrorists (SDGTs)
US President Barack Obama will convene a meeting of the UN Security Council in September on the threat posed by foreign fighters in Syria and Iraq, the White House has said, amidst reports that anothe
Judicial officials say Egypt’s state prosecutor has raised new charges against the country’s ousted Islamist President Mohammed Morsi, accusing him of leaking secret documents to Qatar, an ally of the
Turkey’s outgoing Premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan was Thursday sworn in as President as opponents who accuse him of authoritarianism after more than a decade in power walked out of the ceremony.