Life returning to normal days after Turkey launched Operation Euphrates Shield in support of FSA fighters
Red Crescent distributes food to 5,000 in captured city
Turkey, in pursuit of a joint act to create a safety zone in northern Syria for refugees, seems to be enforcing its plan on its own
Up to 230 Palestinians have been killed by Israeli forces since October
Last week, the Tobruk-based parliament refused to back the UN-backed unity government
The verdict is still subject to appeal
UN request for immunity for its former employee is rejected by Israel
Successive rounds of international negotiations have failed to end the Syria conflict, which has killed more than 290,000 people and forced millions to flee their homes.
Under the SDF name, the PYD has been enlarging its influence since December 2015 on the pretext of fighting Daesh
The planned cable car will make a stop in East Jerusalem's Silwan neighborhood
EU affairs minister says capture of Jarabulus from ISIL preserves global security
Kerry arrived in Saudi Arabia Wednesday for talks on the Yemeni conflict
Kayed will be release on Dec. 12
Syria's Foreign Ministry has said the Turkish tanks crossed the border is a "violation of our sovereignty"
Binali Yildirim says Syrian opposition forces are now in Jarabulus and taking control of villages around town
Turkish tanks surge ahead in Operation Euphrates Shield
In echoes of the Vietnam war a joint UN, OPCW report determines use of mustard gas, chlorine in Syria
The information-loaded bracelets will help authorities keep track of pilgrims' movements.
The municipal elections will be held on Oct. 8
Four soldiers were also injured in the explosion
Turkish president says operation around Jarabulus triggered by terror threat to southern Turkey