World Bulletin / News Desk
Syrian opposition forces on Thursday began an attack to seize control of Aleppo.
Speaking to the Anadolu Agency (AA), one of the leaders of the Tawhid Brigades, Abu Furat said that they began an attack on Aleppo to seize control of the city on Thursday.
"Tonight, Aleppo will be ours or we will experience defeat," Furat stressed.
Opposition forces in Aleppo began attacking Assad's troops in Aleppo with mortars on Thursday.
One of the local activists, Munir Abdunnur said that the Syrian troops attacked heavily in Aleppo and many individuals were wounded when a Palestinian refugee camp was attacked on Thursday.
On the other hand, sources argued that the Syrian troops sent short messages to mobile phones saying that those not giving up arms to the state would be considered traitors and terrorists.
UN humanitarian coordinator Jan Egeland says reaching aid for Syrians it is impossible and a critical situation in some areas.
Egypt's lead investigator said signals coming from the aircraft's fuselage will narrow down the search radius from 40 miles to three
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu suffered his second cabinet resignation in a week on Friday when a minister quit over the appointment of a hardline nationalist in the "extremist government".
Iranian man last of 4 refugees detained by Australia who volunteered to move to Cambodia last year
US ground troops are aiding the coalition against ISIL in Raqqa
Iranian official accuses Saudi Arabia of planning large-scale cyber attack against his country
Pentagon comment follows photos surfaced of U.S. special forces wearing Kurdish YPG patches in Syria
The Saudi foreign minister has said that the removal of President Bashar al-Assad as part of a political transition in the violence-torn country.
The US State department has said that it is only " playing an advise and assist role,"
A monitor's, Syrian Observatory for Human Rights, new toll reports on horrific casualties of fighting in Syria
Islamic Constitutional Movement has boycotted two general polls in 2012 and 2013 in protest against a change in electoral law
The UN's Syria envoy says there 'are plenty of civilians at the moment in danger of starvation'
Israeli military planes have hit at a number of sites in Gaza following a rocket attack
Over past ten days, 71 people have been killed in attacks carried out by Assad regime in Syria’s NW Latakia province
Civilians flee ISIL-held city of Raqqa amid fears of imminent attack by PYD terrorist group supported by US air power
Human Rights Watch says Egypt courts have sentenced more than 150 people to prison since May for staging peaceful protests