World Bulletin / News Desk
Unidentified gunmen on Monday killed at least 40 Syrian soldiers and government employees who were being taken to the Syrian border by Iraqi authorities after fleeing into Iraq from a Syrian rebel attack, Iraqi officials said.
The attack on the convoy carrying the Syrians occurred in Iraq's westerly Anbar province, they said.
The Iraqi officials said some 65 Syrian soldiers and government officials had handed themselves over to Iraqi authorities on Friday after anti-government rebels seized the Syrian side of the Yaarabiya frontier crossing.
Alleged member of far-left group seized during family holiday on Dalmatian coast, local media reports
Campaign leading to Aug. 11 polls marred by deaths, dirty tricks to provoke rivals
With more than 2.5 million refugees displaced in north Eastern Nigeria, more than 9 million people are in desperate need of humanitarian aid
Company sees best-ever share price on day of quarterly earnings report
FARC rebels last month signed a peace deal which will by monitored by the UN
Departing president passes the baton to Hillary Clinton as his heir at the Democratic convention
Human Rights Watch has released its children in detention report, detailing the abuse that children suffer for alleged association in conflict related offenses
Turkey's former EU minister says US has history of supporting coup plotters in the country
Donald Trump has dared Russia into revealing the emails provoking outrage from the Democrat party
Red Cross says six schools suffered fire damage in arson attacks this week alone
Niger Delta Avengers threaten to further hit oil output
Turkish foreign ministry voices solidarity, cooperation with France against terrorism
Veteran of struggle for democracy says West should not protect 'dark forces' behind Turkish coup bid
Understanding the situation in Turkey is critical before a decision is made on the soldiers’ fate, says one of their lawyers