World Bulletin / News Desk
Al-Assad forces are bombing historical Aleppo Castle.
Syrian National Council (SNC) stated on Friday that al-Assad forces attacked Aleppo Castle and destroyed the marble sign bearing the name of the castle.
Defining it as an attack on humanity, SNC asked UNESCO to take action in order to protect the castle which is in world heritage list.
Aleppo Castle is considered to be one of the oldest and largest castles in the world. Usage of the Citadel hill dates back at least to the middle of the 3rd millennium BC.
Turkish Air Forces hit 11 of 12 targets with precise accuracy as part of anti-ISIL operations in Syria
Operation aimed at clearing Turkish borders of terror groups, supporting territorial integrity of Syria with residents in nearby Karakamis evacuated on Tuesday
Kazakhstan and Israel have reached an agreement on the joint production of Unnamed Aerial Vehicle (UAVs)
Azerbaijani Popular Front Party Vice Chair Faig Amirov arrested for financial ties to Fetullah Terror Organization or FETO
A 19-year old Palestinian was killed during clashes with Israeli forces near Hebron last week
Israelis also arrest 8 Palestinians in separate incident in the West Bank
No injuries in border town as Free Syrian Army seeks to retake nearby Jarabulus from ISIL
The UAE has agreed to provide Egypt's central bank with a $1 billion deposit for a duration of six years
A day after Israeli forces targeted Gaza, the Zionist regime air forces struck Syria
The deadly airstrikes target the opposition-held al-Sakhour neighborhood in Aleppo
At least 46 civilians were killed and scores injured in regime attacks in Al-Hasakah since Thursday
Kayed has entered his 69th day on hunger strike to protest his ongoing placement in "administrative detention"