World Bulletin / News Desk
Clashes between supporters of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and opponents in Tripoli, Lebanon ended after the Lebanese army took control in the region.
Security officials said on Monday that a person named Adil Osman was shot dead by a sniper in clashes on Sunday.
17 people were killed and nearly 100 others were wounded in street fighting which continued between the country's Nusayris and Sunnis for five days.
Lebanese army detained 18 people in clashes, officials said.
Syria conducts 6,673 air raids, highest since start of uprising in 2011, killing 791 civilians, monitoring group says.
Although ISIL is meant to be a target of the US led coalition to halt it, senior political sources in the region have said that the governments are turning a blind eye to the oil sales that helps funds the terrorist group.
People are upset about quality of water and electricity supply across the country
Iran's top nuclear negotiator says parliament does not have authority over the nuclear agreement
Cairo would announce its verdict on August 10 to allow for 'further deliberations'
Human cost of clashes in Iraq in July reaches at least 1,332 people, says UNAMI
Russian, US, Saudi officials will discuss peace moves in Syria, Yemen and Libya
Kurdish regional government denounces PKK and says PKK should leave Iraqi Kurdistan
17-year-old was shot by Israeli troops on Friday while protesting murder of Palestinian infant by Jewish extremists
Khaled Bahah is highest ranking official to return to the devastated city since government announced its liberation in mid-July
Pro-Assad daily Al-Akhbar reported that Ali Mamlouk had flown to Saudi Arabia for a meeting with Deputy Crown Prince Mohammad Bin Salman
Ban Ki-moon says illegal settlement has given rise to violent extremism
Coalition forces supporting 'credible, reliable partners' in Daesh fight, says Gen. Killea
Sale will 'contribute to the foreign policy and national security of the United States' says State Deptartment
Many Egyptians remember Naguib for his role in the 'Free Officers' movement, which deposed King Faruq, the country's last king.
State of emergency extension was decided because Tunisia remained 'at war against terrorism'