Erdogan says Iran-backed forces in Syria carrying out 'merciless massacres' and that Turkey would take action should crisis continue.
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Roughly 11 percent of the entire Syrian population has been either killed or wounded as a result of the ravaging civil war, with life expectancy dropping to 55, the Guardian reports.
Washington looks at Moscow's backing of Damascus with worry, while the American public is preoccupied with the presidential primaries and the Oscars.
The Syrian opposition has already agreed to negotiate with the regime, but they couldn't participate in talks while their homes were being bombed.
No agreement reached on Russian offer, official adds.
Although regime troops and Shi'ite militias are tightening the siege on Aleppo, there are still some 300,000 people who want to stay. Some don’t intend to leave, just some cannot.
January 12 reconnaissance flight by the Iranian Shahed drone was the latest in a series of tense naval encounters between Iran forces and the U.S. Navy.
Israeli-American activist with contacts in Aleppo says he recived images and reports about condition of the synagogue from ninth century A.D.
Iran's government is trying to block Gershad, an app that uses crowdsourcing to report locations of morality police patrols.
Manga fans gather near Tahrir Square for Cairo's third comic con, celebrating their obsession with racy Japanese comics while adhering to local religious values.
A training video meant to show ISIS supporters in Europe how to build different types of explosives, smuggled out of Raqqa by an ISIS defector and obtained by Sky News, has been described as an intelligence 'gold mine.'