World Bulletin / News Desk
Free Syrian Army (FSA) announced that Syrian soldiers were getting prepared to stage a huge attack by warplanes and tanks on Aleppo city.
Memun Gizzi, a commander with FSA, claimed that over 100 tanks were dispatched from Hama and Damascus to Aleppo, and the attack would be staged on Friday.
Gizzi said that people were concerned and some of the families began to leave the region.
He added that Syrian army was already attacking the outskirts of Aleppo by tanks at night and by helicopters and war planes during the day.
Gizzi said he feared a high death toll if Syrian army staged an attack.
Meanwhile, AA correspondent in the region said that clashes escalated in Aleppo after Syrian army transferred more than 100 tanks to the city, adding that FSA destroyed two of the tanks which departed from Idlib.
Hollande was welcomed at King Khalid International Airport by Saudi King Salman bin Abdulaziz
Army Colonel Steve Warren, a Pentagon spokesman, said the U.S. Navy had accompanied one British ship through the strait following talks between Washington and London and others would follow.
The five defendants were condemned to death for storming a police station in Kerdasa – a town in Egypt's Giza province
French and Qatar signed on Monday a 6.3 billion euro $7.02 billion) agreement for the sale of 24 Dassault Aviation-built Rafale fighter jets.
A Syrian senior army figure had been wounded and said five people involved in a suicide attack in the bustling central district of Rukn al Din had been killed.
More and more people were put in jail every day in contravention of freedom of speech.
French President Francois Hollande arrived in Qatar on Monday to oversee the signing of the deal to sell 24 Rafale fighter jets.
The army source told state television the security forces had killed all the members of armed group in the bustling Rukn al Din district during a chase after a suicide bomber blew himself up.
Police in Israel have fired tear gas and stun grenades in clashes with ethnic Ethiopians protesting about what they say is police brutality and racism.
Thousands of Ethiopian Jews demonstrated on Sunday in Tel Aviv to protest Israeli police's heavy-handed practices against their community.
On Friday, Kuwaiti security forces arrested al-Tabtabaie for a tweet in which he claimed that there was pressure from Tehran to sideline Kuwaiti Crown Prince Nawaf Al-Jaber Al-Sabah
Some soldiers belonging to the Saudi-led Arab coalition were deployed Saturday night in Yemen's southern province Aden, local residents have said.
Brigadier General Ahmed Asseri told there were no non-Yemeni forces fighting in Aden
According to sources, Arab troops join pro-Hadi group fighting Houthis near Aden airport
Iranian news outlets had reported that al-Jubeir stressed the importance of the Iran's "role" in the Middle East
This was the second protest to be held in Hadhramaut against Al-Qaeda.