There has been no let up in the battle for Aleppo and surrounding areas.
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The death toll in Aleppo is said to have risen above 200 in just two days, provoking a strong reaction from United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon.
Russian-backed Syrian forces seized strategic territory to the north of Aleppo on Saturday, marking the first major ground advance of an offensive to retake rebel-held zones and bring the entire city
Amateur video shows a baby boy and a little girl being rescued from the rubble in Aleppo, after the Syrian city is hit by a wave of heavy air strikes.
Russia and the United States continue their stumbling diplomacy over Syria on the margins of the UN General Assembly, with little sign of progress.
Following heavy airstrikes, which killed 90 people, reportedly involving Russian jets, Russian humanitarian aid is being distributed in parts of Aleppo.
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The Syrian Army’s offensive in rebel-held eastern-Aleppo is said to have been the heaviest in months.
The Syrian army’s new offensive in the rebel-held east of Aleppo has intensified.
The Syrian Army, has announced a new offensive in the rebel-held east of Aleppo, days after a week-long ceasefire crumbled.
Embattled Syrian President Bashar al Assad has hit out at the US, saying it has no will to work with Russia to defeat ISIL and other groups seen as terrorist in…
As part of its shift from home electronics to cars, Japanese giant Panasonic has been testing its new experimental self-driving vehicle.
The United Nations has said it will resume aid operations to Syria by sending trucks to a besieged district near Damascus.
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A non-governmental organization in China is exhibiting paintings by Syrian children to raise awareness about the migrants crisis from the war-torn country.
The new acting Latin Patriarch of Jerusalem has voiced his fears for the fate of Christians in the Middle East saying their presence in the region is under…
The short lived truce in Syria brokered by the US and Russia is in tatters after a UN aid convoy was destroyed.
The Bank of Japan is changing tack as it tries to get the economy growing again with an increased emphasis on the amount of interest paid to investors who buy government bonds.
Perth Zoo tortoise still partying at 50 A Galapagos tortoise at Australia’s Perth Zoo celebrated his 50th birthday on Monday.
Four medical workers from the Union of Medical Care and Relief Organizations were killed overnight by an airstrike in Syria.
The Obama administration has accused Russian forces of the airstrike on a UN aid convoy, which shattered the fragile peace agreement in Syria.