World Bulletin / News Desk
Free Syrian Army (FSA), the main opposition group in Syria, has offered a reward of 25 million U.S. dollars for the capture of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad "dead or alive".
Ahmad Hijazi, one of commanders of the FSA, told AA correspondent that the reward would be paid by Syrian businessmen who supported the army.
Hijazi said he would not name those businessmen for their protection.
Both Kerry and Lavrov have "agreed on new measures to be taken by Moscow and Washington", to stop the onslaught in Syria
Iran's Minister for Industry, Mining and Trade has said that as part of expanding economic relations, entry into the auto industry will be a win win for both countries
Ismail Ould Cheikh Ahmed has met both government and rebel delegations in a bid to find a swift resolution to the dispute over the rebels' seizure of the Al-Amaliqa base despite an April 11 ceasefire
Raqqa in Syria has been targeted in another strike however there is no word on was behind the attacks
Criticism follows raids on labor union building in Cairo and arrest of journalists
Conversation follows US, Russia agreement on new short-term truce for parts in Syria
US Secretary of State says the Syrian crisis is 'deeply disturbing to everybody in the world'
Park Geun-Hye in Tehran as the first South Korean president to visit Iran since the two countries established diplomatic relations
Two leaders discuss latest regional developments, express hope for stepped-up bilateral ties
Response to ISIL rocket attacks on Kilis, southern Turkey, targets terror group's facilities in northern Aleppo
'We're getting closer to a place of understanding, but we have some work to do, and that's why we're here,' US Secretary of State says
Interior ministry denies police stormed union building but confirms arrest of two opposition-linked journalists.
A new allow passed in Iran will allow for the granting of Iranian citizenship for those who dies while fighting for Iran
Air strikes on opposition-held east Aleppo hit in the early hours of Monday with no immediate reports of casualties
'For the first time we have 18 women in parliament, and it is a record that makes us very happy,' Iranian president says
'We have decided to suspend direct talks with the rebels to protest continuing violations of the ceasefire,' a Yemeni government official says