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.
In an exclusive interview with Anadolu Agency, former attorney-general of Syria's city of Tadmur says Assad regime and Russia -- in collusion with Daesh -- are working to destroy the ancient city
'The Syrian people continue to live in terror and utter despair after the international community has failed to prevent the gravest crimes,' head of the High Negotiation Committee says
Assad's departure 'is a matter of time... sooner or later, this regime will fall, opening the way for building a new Syria without Bashar al-Assad,' Adel al-Jubeir says
'We will take necessary actions in due time,' an Iranian general says
'Two employees, including a 14-year-old boy, were killed and 15 others wounded in the overnight air raid,' a factory owner says
Munich deal may collapse soon if Assad regime and its allies, Russia and Iran, do not comply with it, Washington-based experts predict
'The Saudi kingdom now has a presence at Incirlik airbase in Turkey,' Saudi defense official reports
Following a defence ministers meeting in Brussels, US Defence Secretary Ashton Carter has said that NATO is considering joining the US-led coalition against ISIL
Army targets Nusra Front positions near Lebanese town of Arsal near border with Syria, local security source tells Anadolu Agency
An armored security vehicle struck a bomb near northern Sinai Peninsula's Sheikh Zuweid city
Relations between Israel, European Union back on track, Israeli Foreign Ministry spokesman says
Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu, has said that Saudi Arabia will be sending aircraft to Incirlik to fight ISIL.
High Negotiations Committee calls for regime, Russia to demonstrate commitment on ground
Turkish foreign minister says Russian bombs killed 16 civilians morning after Munich agreement
‘We need to see an end to the support for Assad that, frankly, is only exacerbating the situation,’ says State Dept.
The main battle is about cutting the road between Aleppo and Turkey,' Syrian president says