Thousands of improvised explosive devices remain in the war-torn Iraqi city.
Middle East News
Even Washington is no longer sure that Moscow's solution for Syria is terrible, as the Kremlin’s power-grab a la Chechnya dwarfs even the war on ISIS.
Some 300,000 civilians and 30,000 fighters are believed to be in Syria's largest city, which could be under total siege by the regime's forces within the next few days.
Human Rights Watch said it was following case 'with concern' after man's family told them that he was arrested and tortured for criticizing more senior Hamas commanders.
Egyptian manga fans celebrate the third comic con in Cairo, celebrating their obsession with the Japanese cultural phenomenon while adhering to local religious values.
Putin ally Ramzan Kadyrov says 'best fighters' have been sent to Syria to help Russian airstrike campaign, in interview for state-controlled Russia 1 channel.
Though Jerusalem rarely voices its opinion on the raging Syrian war, Israel secretly prefers war of attrition between the Assad's regime and its enemies.
Nabil Shaath, who served as the Palestinian Authoritys' first foreign minister, spoke to the PA's Awdha TV about the current state of the peace process and his dissatisfaction with the U.S. as an honest broker.
Strikes hit group's oil infrastructure, as well as targeting cash storage sites which had 'literally incinerated millions of dollars,' says assistant secretary for terrorist financing at the U.S. Treasury Department.
Regime troops recapture village north of besieged city, bringing them to within a few kilometers of Turkish border.
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.'