World Bulletin/News Desk
A Russian proposal for Syria to place its chemical weapons under international control to avoid a Western strike would not stop the bloodshed in the country, the Gulf Arab States said on Tuesday.
Arab Gulf states, attending the Cooperation Council for the Arab States of the Gulf (GCC) held at the foreign ministry level, said that Syrian President Bashar Assad must be punished for using chemical weapons against his own people.
Urging the international community to Syria, Arab Gulf states renewed their demands for the United Nations Security Council to take deterrent measures against Assad's government over an August 21 chemical weapons attack that killed more than 1,400 people.
Bahrain's Foreign Minister Khalid bin Ahmad Al Khalifa, Secretary General of the Council Abdullatif bin Rashid Al Zayani and Saudi FM Saud Al Faisal were amonng the attendants.
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.
Thousands of supporters have filled the streets of various cities in Egypt to protest the anniversary of the overthrow of Mohamed Morsi
An Israeli general has said that Hamas has aided ISIL in Egypt by smuggling wounded through tunnels into Gaza from Sinai
US and allies struck ISIL 24 times in various locations around Syria and Iraq
UNESCO upset with ISIL selling and destroying precious historic heritage
Sunnis and Shias come together for Friday prayer in Grand Mosque of Kuwait, after deadly attack
Syrian government forces have killed more than 100 opposition fighter in the northern city of Aleppo.
No breakthrough was achieved after Tehran talks by the U.N. nuclear watchdog
The UN plans to make a humanitarian pause in Yemen so those in need can receive aid
Syrian opposition groups launch battle to seize government-held Aleppo
Russian and Chinese officials are positive over the positive outcome of nuclear talks with Iran