World Bulletin / News Desk
At least three people were killed and several others were wounded in a bomb attack by Bashar Al-Assad's army in the northern Syria.
A fighter aircraft belongs to regime supporters waged an attack on Shiverin village where a great number of Turkmens live in the northern Syria.
Following the air attack, Assad supporters continued their assault with heavy weapons.
During the attack at least 3 people were killed, many villagers were wounded.
More than 100,000 people remain displaced because some 12,500 destroyed homes cannot be rebuilt because Israel restricts the importing of building materials
The Egyptian army has detained a further 48 Muslim Brotherhood members in separate raids
Recent fighting in Yemen has killed over 1,500 civilians since March, new UN report says
Saudi Public Investment Fund has agreed to invest record amount of money into Russia
Four journalists in Egypt have been arrested in the last week and are facing charges belonging to Egypt's Muslim Brotherhood
Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports Syrian Kurds retake northern villages from ISIL
Here is the old scenes of Medina.. While you watch these scenes, you feel like to travel in time.
176 fighters and civilians died in Yemen on Monday, which became the highest daily toll so far
Israeli PM spokesman says internal security service SHABAK detained six Bedouin citizens from Negev accused of supporting ISIL
Iranians want the ballistic missile sanctions lifted, but Western powers are not willing to meet Iran's demands
President Barack Obama promised to give more assistance to Syrian opposition to fight ISIL
Kuwait has detained 26 people who are linked to the attack on a mosque last month
Egypt has drafted an antiterrorism bill that threatens at least two years in prison for those who contradict official figures when reporting on militant attacks.
The Egyptian army has launched operations in Northern Sinai, killing 63 opposition forces.
Saudi-led strikes hit party headquarters of Houthi ally former president Ali Abdullah Saleh
Foreign minister insists recent violence in restive peninsula is 'nothing more than criminal, terrorist acts'