World Bulletin / News Desk
A commissioned officer staged Wednesday's bomb attack in Syrian capital of Damascus, an opponent has claimed.
Dr. Mohammad Suri, a prominent opposition intellectual, told the Anadolu Agency on Thursday that the attack on the building during a National Security Council meeting actually targeted Bashar al-Assad, but it failed.
Suri said that it was not a suicide attack, stating that it was staged by a commissioned officer from the opposition.
Assad's brother Mahir Assad was injured seriously in the attack, he said.
Suri said the blast boosted morale of the opposition.
"The only source of power in any country is its people, and a president who lost his people's trust, who de facto lost his presidential authority and, moreover, who fled the country, cannot be legitimate," the Kyrgyz Foreign Ministry said.
Rival gangs killed 14 people, including eight women and three children
Human Rights Watch said if had to choose between Myanmar government report and UN one, would rather believe the UN.
The Bulgarian navy told Reuters the exercises started after a one-day delay due to unfavourable weather conditions.
The student died during a 200-strong protest march at Khartoum University against escalating violence in the western Darfur region
The four men had been granted bail by a Nairobi magistrate on February 12 but the prosecutors appealed the decision.
Mustafa Jemilev said he did not know exactly what Putin planned to discuss with him, adding that he would decide on whether or not he will meet Putin depending on what exactly Putin wanted to discuss.
State television said Assad inspected a shelter for people displaced by fighting in Adra, which lies northeast of central Damascus
South Korea wants to upgrade its Patriot missile launch system to PAC-3 Configuration 3 as well as buy PAC-3 missiles, with delivery expected to start in 2016
The Omani leader visited Iran in August, only weeks after Rouhani was sworn in as Iran's president.
Arena demanded a vote-by-vote recount, a step that the tribunal said was not allowed under the country's electoral law.
Mora is one of the most prominent leaders of "self-defense groups" that have weakened the Knights Templar, a drug cartel
With no concrete evidence to explain the plane's disappearance, authorities have not ruled out anything. Source had said radar suggested plane turned back and flew some distance
A political row over revelations that French investigators had tapped the phone of ex-president Nicolas Sarkozy took a new turn after Francois Hollande's government acknowledged it knew of the surveillance.
Moshe Abutbul won the re-vote in Beit Shemesh, a town near Jerusalem that has become a focus of national attention in the Jewish state where secular-religious tensions often flare
North Korea's embassies abroad play a key role in aiding and abetting shadowy companies, the report said, confirming long-held suspicions of the international community.