World Bulletin / News Desk
Syria's Information Ministry said on Friday that comments by Russia's ambassador to France that President Bashar al-Assad has accepted leaving power in an orderly way were "completely devoid of truth".
The ministry statement, flashed on state television, came in response to remarks by Moscow's envoy to Paris who said that by accepting a recent international declaration which foresaw a transition towards a more democratic Syria, Assad had "accepted to leave, but in an orderly way".
Local authorities find bodies of at least 119 would-be migrants who appear to have drowned while trying to make it to Europe
Al Jazeera journalists case has stoked international outcry, raised questions over Egypt's stated commitment to democracy
Local residents say anti-Houthi forces kill dozens bottling plant workers
Authorities say residents of nearby towers were evacuated as helicopters took part in the firefighting operations
Iran's president Rouhani very hopeful about strengthening ties with China
President Hadi says Iran 'is present now in Iraq, Syria, and Lebanon'
People hitting streets want Beirut administration to come up with 'trash crisis' solution shortly
Demonstrations include Palestinian Christians, who decried ‘Israel's seizure of Islamic, Christian institutions’
Pro-Hadi source attributes ‘tactical retreat’ from Al-Dabab Mountain region to dwindling military supplies
Leaders around the world have reacted angrily to the prison sentencing of three Al Jazeera journalists who were sentenced to three years prison earlier on Saturday
Beirut braces for a massive rally Saturday set to denounce the country’s political class and demand overdue parliamentary elections.
A homemade bomb has shaken the village of Karana, Bahrain with an official suspecting links to Iran with the materials used similar to a cache of explosives that were seized last month
Missile Attacks and bomb blast leaves 4 dead and at least 19 injured in Homs
An Egyptian court has sentenced three Al Jazeera journalists to three years prison
Sources say a technical team from Turkish Ministry of Environment and Urbanization is scheduled to arrive in Beirut soon to handle the growing rubbish crisis.
Two of the three villages have been under attack with a fragile ceasefire collapsing once again.