World Bulletin / News Desk
The opposition Syrian National Council has reiterated that they would not sit at the dialogue table with President Bashar al-Assad.
George Sabra, member of the Syrian National Council, told AA reporter on Tuesday regarding a meeting that is planned to be held with the UN and Arab League envoy for Syria, Lakhdar Brahimi, that they did not have anything new to tell Brahimi. Sabra said that the SNC conveyed its perspective to Brahimi in their meeting in France two weeks ago.
The SNC considered the incidents in Syria the revolution of people he said, adding that any Syrians would not sit at the dialogue table with Assad.
Israel has not confirmed or denied an attack on Damascus early on Thursday morning
Houthis, allies yet to comment on reported air attack in southwestern Taiz province
In a report ahead of an international donor conference next week, it said Thursday that foreign aid alone cannot rescue the stagnant Palestinian economy without practical changes and Israeli cooperation.
But his visit comes as Al-Azhar, which runs one of the world's oldest universities, is under fire from critics within Egypt who say the Muslim institution has itself become part of the problem.
A loud explosion has been heard with a fire reported near Damascus airport
Saudi authorities claim to foil attack by Shia Houthi militia in kingdom’s southwestern Jazan region
He said the analysis of samples taken at the scene of the April 4 attack in Khan Sheikhun showed "there is no doubt that sarin gas was used".
The Israeli official, speaking on condition of anonymity, confirmed the meeting was cancelled after Gabriel decided to go ahead with talks with Israeli rights groups Breaking The Silence and B'Tselem.
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Hana Mansour-Khatib's appointment is not only a precedent for Arab women but for Jewish women as well
It remains unclear who carried out strikes, which reportedly left 15 dead and local hospital in ruins
Some 25 protestors made the 225-kilometre (140-mile) walk, dubbed the "march for bread", to call for unrestricted aid deliveries to Yemen, where Iran-backed Huthi rebels have battled government forces allied with a Saudi-led Arab coalition for two years.
Israel has occupied the West Bank for 50 years and Jewish settlement building in the Palestinian territory has drawn intense international criticism.
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'US forces will continue conducting a series of sustained operations against the AQAP in Yemen' spokesman says