Crimes against the Syrian civilians continue by Turkish forces and Turkish warplanes which keep flying over al-Bab city which is witnessing violent clashes between IS and al-Furat shield factions since the 7th of February 2017, the clashes are centered around the western, southwestern, and northern sides of the city.
Hezbollah Secretary-General Sayyed Hassan Nasrallah warns Tel Aviv against starting another war against Lebanon, calling for the removal of the regime’s Dimona nuclear reactor, which, he said, would be within the resistance movement’s reach in case of a potential Israeli offensive.
Military analysts at IHS Jane’s have revealed that Saudi Arabia and several other Western-backed Arab countries in the Middle East are purchasing weapons suited for a more offensive military program in distant locations.
Pakistan has launched nationwide security raids following a deadly bomb attack on a Sufi shrine in the southeast of country, arresting and killing dozens of suspects.
TEHRAN - A senior field commander of Al-Nusra Front (recently renamed to Fatah al-Sham Front) was killed in clashes with Syrian Army troops in the Southern districts of the city of Dara'a.
TEHRAN - Sources in Syria's Northern Aleppo province said that the further advance of the Turkish soldiers and Ankara-backed militants of the Euphrates Shield Operation has grown impossible after a number of militant-held towns and villages in the region signed peace agreements with the Syrian Army.
TEHRAN - An ISIL bomb and explosives expert blew himself up among the terrorist group's security officials in Raqqa province, killing several of them.
TEHRAN - A senior military expert underlined that the Syrian army will not let the Turkish army or Kurdish forces to win control of the strategic city of al-Bab in Northern Aleppo province.
By Hassan al-Shanoun
U.S. President Donald Trump's Jan. 27 executive order to ban nationals of Iraq and six other Muslim-majority countries from entering the United States for 90 days has caused a great uproar among Iraqis.
“His administration immediately threatened women’s rights, immigrants’ rights, and indigenous rights, and so many more” says Human Rights Law Review editor, Julia Sherman.
Of all the measures to improve gun safety, background checks are among the most reasonable and popular. House Republicans lost no time this week in voting to weaken them.
An unworkable economic plan is mixed with unvarnished xenophobia
By Klaus Brinkbäumer
There are times in life that really do count. Times when a person's character is revealed, when the important is separated from the unimportant.
By Rosa Brooks
Are we really stuck with this guy?
TEHRAN - The Southern regions of Yemen will witness a war of intelligence between the Yemeni army and popular committees and the US and Israel in the future, a source said on Monday.
The murder of U Ko Ni, a prominent Muslim lawyer and a key member of Myanmar’s governing National League for Democracy party, on Sunday is a serious blow to the country’s fragile democracy.
By Patrick Wintour
Ted Malloch, the man currently running an expensive media campaign to persuade Donald Trump to nominate him as the U.S. ambassador to the European Union, knows that if he succeeds, it will be taken as a signal that Trump is willing to use his presidency to destroy the EU.
by Holly Christodoulou and Guy Birchall
Donald Trump’s appointment of controversial right-winger Steve Bannon to the role of Chief Strategist dismayed liberals. They accused him of supporting a movement of “white nationalists” and “unabashed anti-Semites”.
By Rachel Hosie
More and more mental health experts are sharing their diagnoses to warn the public
TEHRAN - Syrian Army troops continued their anti-terrorism operation in the Southern outskirts of Deir Ezzur city and cut off connection between ISIL's troops after taking control over more positions in the battlefields.
No society is immune to acts of terrorism, especially by a lone wolf driven by deep hatreds.
By Daniel R. DePetris
McCain is entitled to decry Trump’s terse phone call with Australia, but not to act as though he is the president.
Marine Le Pen could be France’s next president. Sure, her lead in some polls exaggerates her strength before the field narrows to two candidates -- but voters’ discontent with normal politics isn’t subsiding.
By Andy Critchow
Cozying up to President Donald Trump will require more than barrels of Saudi Arabian oil.
Hundreds of thousands of Romanians protested over a government move to quell investigations of corruption. Having made so much progress against graft, they took a stand for clean governance.
President Donald Trump has made some lamentable appointments in his brief tenure. Judge Neil Gorsuch is not one of them.
By Uri Friedman
The new administration has called into question “the last 70 years of American foreign policy,” Tusk says.
He encourages the hysteria over the overdue immigration crackdown
By Fareed Zakaria
In his first days in office, Donald Trump has begun to reverse the domestic policies of the previous eight years.
By Jillian Kestler-D’Amours
Justin Trudeau broke several hours of silence following American President Donald Trump’s executive order on immigration, taking to Twitter on Saturday afternoon to reaffirm Canada’s commitment to welcoming refugees and asylum seekers.