World Bulletin/News Desk
The main pipeline supplying potable water in the northern Syrian city of Aleppo was damaged in clashes between the Free Syrian Army and the forces of the Assad regime, said the London based Syrian Human Rights Organization on Saturday.
Activists in Aleppo said that 3 million Aleppo residents may have to live waterless for sometime due to the damaged potable water pipeline.
While some sources said that the water pipeline was damaged due to an air attack by the Syrian army, a Syrian official argued that armed groups staged a sabotage against the water pipeline.
Aleppo has been the site of fierce clashes between the Free Syrian Army and the Syrian forces loyal to Assad since July.
Thousands of people including Ak Party deputies took to the streets in Erzurum province.
Tens of thousands marched in Madrid on Saturday in the biggest show of support yet for anti-austerity party Podemos, whose surging popularity and policies have drawn comparisons with Greece's new Syriza rulers.
The attacks were claimed by Ansar Beit al-Maqdis, a movement that has changed its name to "Welayet Sinai" (the State of Sinai) in 2014 after it swore allegiance to the ISIS.
Three other Palestinians were detained in Israeli raids in Hebron and Aroub refugee camp in the south
Prime minister's speech may have been catalyst to hostage crisis, media suggests
The victim identified as Ahmed al-Naggar, he was 18 years old.
Peshmerga forces battling ISIL in Iraq reportedly take back the lost fields in southern Kirkuk and an oil well Saturday
Report: Japan trying to authenticate video that appears to show militant beheading journalist Kenji Goto.
Source close to Hamas says no longer accepts Egypt as Israel mediator
Egyptian President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi said on Saturday that the country faces a long, hard battle against militancy, days after one of the bloodiest attacks on security forces in years.
Historic handwritten documents and archived texts burned as firefighters battled to save the library. 10 million books were saved.
Podemos was formed just a year ago by university professor Pablo Iglesias, but produced a major shock by winning five seats in elections for the European Parliament in May.
Hadi made his statement during a meeting with general secretaries of several Yemeni political parties.
The shelling created panic among residents with many presuming that Boko Haram was making attempts to storm into the city.
The passports of the 72 nationals were revoked after Bahrain's cabinet had approved the move to protect Bahrain's security and stability and fight "terrorist threats."