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.
Since July 7, Israel has pummeled the Gaza Strip – from air, land and sea – with the ostensible aim of halting Palestinian rocket fire.
At least nine civilians and four soldiers were killed within 24 hours amid clashes between Ukrainian army and pro-Russian separatists, officials say.
Demonstrations take place across the UK in support of Palestine and in protest against the Israeli onlaught on Gaza.
Turkey also removed about 700 personnel from the country, U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters at the U.S. ambassador's residence in Paris.
It was not clear if Riyadh al-Adhdah, who heads Baghdad's Provincial Council and belongs to the Sunni Iraqi Islamic Party, had been kidnapped by militiamen, who often wear military outfits, or detained by the authorities.
The Americans cannot accept an Iraqi leader who won’t serve their imperial oil and military interests, while Iran would like to see another Maliki who can be used as a tool for advancing Tehran’s Shiite consolidation foreign policy.
Erdogan accused Egypt of lacking a sincere approach to the Palestinian issue.
Protestors, including rabbis, denounce Zionism and call for a free Palestine in the name of Judaism.
Two civilians wounded after Armenian soldiers violate a cease fire, according to an Azerbaijani defense ministry statement.
Report says creatures believed to be werewolves arrive around full moon, killing local goats, sucking their blood and tearing out their hearts and livers.
Najib Razak is setto visit the Netherlands on Wednesday to discuss an investigation into a plane downing that claimed 193 Dutch lives.
Anton Gerashchenko, an aide to the country's Interior Minister, said the mayor of Kremenchuk, Oleh Babayev, was killed.
In a meeting with the leaders of Guatemala, Honduras and El Salvador, Obama said most migrant children would not qualify for humanitarian relief or refugee status.
Fighters from the group captured and killed at least 50 members of the army's 17th Division after ambushing them outside Raqqa.
The food scandal broke after a TV report on Sunday showed staff at Shanghai Husi Food using long expired meat and picking up food from the floor to add back to the mix.
There is not a single person who can't see that the West's labelling of those who oppose the Zionist occupation as anti-semites is not free of Islamophobic undertones.