World Bulletin / News Desk
While the ongoing operations are intensifying in parts of Aleppo, northern Syria, the opponents of the Assad regime retain 70 percent of the city.
The opponents of the Assad regime had moved from defence to attack, in the city heavily bombed by Assad forces' planes.
The opponents gained control of the city following the intense fight between the Al-Fajr Al-Islam brigade of the Free Syrian Army and the Assad forces.
Commander of Al-Fajr Al-Islam brigade Ebu Salih stated that they have cornered the Assad forces and they were "losing power day by day."
Defence Secretary Ashton Carter said he had been dissatisfied with the effort, which suffered disastrous blows in its early days
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said the 20 explosions killed 14 ISIL fighters and wounded more than 20
Turkish deputy prime minister says Syria will become a 'witch's cauldron' if many countries intervene in the conflict there
ISIL fighters reached their closest position yet to Aleppo in northern Syria at dawn after hours of ferocious fighting with opposition
Iran refused to confirm or deny a claim by a US official that Russian missiles targeting opposition in Syria crashed in its territory
ISIL group fighters have killed a senior commander in Iran's Revolutionary Guards in Syria
Israeli man arrested after stabbing four Palestinians in southern Israeli city
US officials claim 4 Russian misslies launched from Caspian Sea lands in Iran
US-based news agency's new tally shows 630 more causalities than Saudi Arabia-provided official toll.
At least 20 people were killed, and dozens injured, when a bomb-laden vehicle exploded at a marketplace
This time bombs targeted ISIL training camp, objectives were accomplished, says defense minister
It was the second alleged coalition air strike on a Yemeni wedding party in just over a week
Russia denies US claim that four Syria-bound missiles crashed in Iran: defence ministry
Egypt’s parliamentary election scheduled to be held in two phases starting Oct. 18-19
Russia contributes to stability and security near Turkey's borders, says Kremlin
Tests on blood samples from 35 Kurdish fighters reveal traces of mustard gas