World Bulletin / News Desk
Ikhlas Badawi, a Syrian member of parliament who fled to Turkey, has said that she could not bear the cruelty in her country.
I left Syria because I had no more strength to bear the cruelty, Badawi told AA in the southern Hatay province on Friday.
I will exert efforts to rescue all of my friends because there is an ongoing human tragedy in Syria, said Badawi, a Syrian woman lawmaker who has fled to Turkey and defected to the opposition.
An Algerian diplomat who has remained anonymous has said that Saudi and Iranian officials were communicating via Algiers with a view to averting further military escalation in Yemen.
Two chlorine bomb were dropped onto Korin village with 17 people taken to hospital.
Local officials fear that the abandonment of the eastern province of Hadramawt will be an opportunity for Al-Qaeda to expand.
The former president of Yemen has knocked backed claims saying he has no plans on leaving Yemen.
A new visa requirement put in by Lebanon sees many Syrians living in fear with many already in abject poverty unable to move.
Brent crude price jumps above $64 per barrel Thursday after Al-Qaeda militants capture major oil terminal in southern Yemen.
Challenges are now reduced investment, high unemployment, and first fiscal deficit in four years, a World Bank report says.
The committee that has been formed to manage the funds of the Muslim Brotherhood confiscated on Thursday a hospital in Alexandria and a school in Cairo, accusing their owners of belonging to the Brotherhood.
India is Iran's biggest oil client after China although its imports from Tehran have declined under pressure from western sanctions.
According to residents, heavy fighting broke out in and around the central Yemeni city of Taiz
A coalition of rebel groups seized Idlib city at the end of last month in a campaign that appeared to catch the regime off guard.
Activists say Israel's inhumane policies contradict its own laws and international conventions.
Whilst the dates of delivery are still under discussion, Putin has said that Iran's flexibility in finding a solution to their nuclear programme spurred the new contract
An ISIL-linked armed group has claimed responsibility for an attack on a security patrol in the Sinai Peninsula that left at least one soldier dead.
It remains unclear whether the strikes, on which the Houthis have yet to comment, had left casualties.
Bahah was the only top political leader who was released by the Houthis rather than escaping their control, suggesting the Houthis were not threatened by his discharge.