World Bulletin / News Desk
At least 62 people, including an unknown number of children, died when barrel bombs were dropped from the Syrian army helicopters in the Syrian city of Aleppo on Wednesday according to the Syrian Revolution General Council (SRGC) .
The death toll reached to 62 in the attacks by helicopters belonging to the Syrian regime forces in Aleppo, the Syrian Revolution General Council (SRGC) reported.
The local activists said that they are having difficulties rescuing people from the wreckage.
Over 100,000 people have been killed and more than 8 million others have been driven from their homes since the conflict erupted in March 2011.
One of the people rescued from the wreckage said his children still under the wreckage, local activists reports.
An Egyptian court has adjourned the Hamas lawsuit case until June 6.
Reports are coming in with witnesses saying that ISIL has raised their flag over Palmyra
The Turkish Foreign Ministry has denounced the bombing of worshippers by an ISIL-linked group.
Shi'ite forces have been deployed west of Ramadi heading towards areas controlled by ISIL.
Egyptian protesters have protested the Morsi death sentence and are seeking justice against 'politically-motivated', 'flawed' trial.
The IDF has been quick to sentence one of their own soldiers for taking part in a Deutsche Welle programme that debated whether the occupation of Palestine was destroying Israel.
An Iranian aid ship that was on its way to Yemen has docked in Djibouti where it will undergo a UN inspection.
A bomb has exploded at a mosque in Saudi Arabia, with reports of injured.
Yemeni army forces have taken control of a strategic military base in Saudi Arabia, as Riyadh continues its military aggression against Yemen.
ISIL has claimed responsibility in a mosque attack in Yemen, 13 people were wounded.
Jordan has said said that the problems of the Middle East can be solved by using the strengths of the countries in the region.
The Houthi forces have placed a condition that they will join the Geneva meeting later this month on the condition that there is ceasefire by the Saudi's.
ISIL has seized the last border crossing between Syria and Iraq, taking over more than 50% of Syria.
Saudi shells hit Yemen international aid office, killing 5 Ethiopian refugees.