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."
A scud missile was launched at Saudi Arabia from Yemen.
Two dead, nine injured after an attack in the Sinai Peninsula in northeastern Egypt
Two Al Jazeera reporters charged with 'broadcasting false news,' 'threatening Egypt’s national security' will have their verdict given on July 30
According to Israeli PM, 30-kilometer barrier will run from Red Sea city of Eilat to Timna airport
Aden has been shelled for the second time in three days by Houthis
WikiLeaks has revealed that Saudi,WikiLeaks reveals Saudi, Turkey, Qatar secret anti-Syria plot Turkey and Qatar planned to topple the Syrian government three years ago
The woman killed Ibolya Ryan who was an American teacher by stabbing her in a toilet at an Abu Dhabi shopping mall.
The Syrian army had now "cleansed" ISIL members from the southern district of Nashwa in the city
Israeli police identify attacker as 20-year-old female from occupied W. Bank
Initially, 10 men were reported killed but the intelligence officials later raised the toll to 20.
Egypt's prosecutor-general was injured by a bomb exploding in a Cairo neighborhood
Rising water price hits Yemenis, shortage may become bigger problem than war. Prices reached 10,000 Yemen rials ($47) for a four cubic metre tank of water
Three people have been killed in a mortar attack in Damascus.
Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif headed to Tehran to get fresh instructions and review the latest discussions
There is still hope for a deal between Iran and the P5+1 as meetings in Vienna continue.