Iraqi jet have dropped leaflets over Mosul, telling the people that they will recapture Mosul and drive out ISIL.
Iraq's Parliament speaker has urged the Iraqi government to provide secure return to displaced people
Sources claim that senior Israeli and Turkish officials have held a secret meeting in Rome to renew talks on a reconciliation agreement between the two nations
The ambassador to the US, John Bass, has shared his concerns with Turkey regarding the territorial integrity of Syria and has said that Turkey should open SEast airbases
The public prosecutors office has sought life sentences for the suspects that violated Turkey’s national security in 2014 when they searched Turkish intelligence trucks in Adana en route to Syria
Despite the differences between the two countries, Russian-American relations must be based on equal treatment and mutual respect
Canada granted permissions for foreign countries to interrogate their citizens after they were assured that they would not be subject to torture
Brazil has unveiled the new Olympic torch and 12,000 torchbearers will carry flame along 20,000-kilometer route around Brazil
The South Korean military hit by more controversy with a navy officer selling sensitive information to China.
A headmistress at a British high school has banned short skirts after male teachers were being distracted by the hemlines
Poland has further fuelled conflict between the two nations as a city took down the brotherhood-in-arms of Polish and Red Army soldiers memorial.
Eurotunnel services disrupted after points failure after 150 migrants try to enter restricted areas of Calais terminal
Spanish police have arrested a Moroccan for distributing ISIL propaganda.
Rallies around the country have marked the end of campaigning to approve or reject proposals from Greece's creditors
Germany had reformed its BfV following its failure to prevenet a series of Neo-Nazi murders.
According to IMF data, Greece is followed by Italy, Portugal, Ireland, Greek Cypriot administration and Belgium in a list of countries with high debts compared to their GDP
A non-governmental organization has raised alarm over an increase in Islamophobic attacks in France six months after the January Charlie Hebdo shootings
Uganda will begin withdrawal when the East African force is ready for deployment
Tunisia has declared a state of emergency one week after the beach attack in Sousse
Fierce fighting breaks out between Libyan army, attached to the Government of Tobruk, and other armed groups in the east
Two people have been killed while walking past mud house in search of accommodation during Thursday night’s rainstorm
The Southern African Development Community have decided to send a team to the Kingdom of Lesotho to investigate the murder of a former military commander
French President Francois Hollande is ready to to hold a summit regarding Boko Haram
Lawmakers have rejected a motion to sack the Madagascar PM.
Egypt’s president made an unannounced visit to the Sinai Peninsula on Saturday to rally troops following attacks
Attack takes place during Iftar established by Nusra Front
The Syrian army and its allies have launched an attack on the Syrian city of Zabadani, a border city with Lebanon
In 1980s despite knowing about Saddam's plans on building up a chemical weapons arsenal, British government chose not to interfere
ISIL's Egypt affiliate, Sinai Province, claims to launch three Grad rockets toward "occupied Palestine".
13 shells had been launched on Friday by Yemen's Houthis, targeting several areas including Jizan's airport.