This is the second time in a month a fighter plane from the Admiral Kuznetsov carrier has crashed near Syria.
Meanwhile, Assad forces tell rebels in Aleppo to leave or face 'inevitable death' as they advance into the Old City.
The Islamic State regime in Iraq has been replaced by the anarchy arising from infighting between local tribes and militias.
ISIS' new spokesman targeted the 'secular, apostate Turkish government' urging for attacks in Turkish embassies, and for sympathizers to 'redouble' efforts.
Internal struggles among Iraqi and Syrian Kurds belie a widespread belief that they might cooperate – so far they can’t even determine common strategic goals.
A decision by Trump to scrap the deal would probably give Iran's hard-line Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps an opportunity to regain power it lost during talks between the current Iranian leadership and major nations.
Abbas achieves major goals at Fatah conference by forcing main rival Dahlan and his supporters out of the movement.
In his speech to Fatah delegates, the Palestinian president implied that his people should abandon armed struggle and focus on attainable goals. Yet his power doesn't stem from this stance but from his control of funds and jobs.
Dignity in death has been lost as the rebel-held enclave that has held out for four years collapses.
Despite difficulties to bring goods into Gaza, factory hopes to employ up to 1,000 Palestinians directly or indirectly and keep 3 million bottles in circulation.
Show a teenager a photo of someone suffering, and they'll immediately feel their pain. But what happens when an Israeli Jew learns it's an Arab suffering, and vice versa? A new study sought to find out.
The international fund, in coordination with UNESCO, will try to stop damage to cultural heritage sites as well as paying for restoration of those harmed by war.