The International Court of Justice said Ukraine did not provide enough evidence of Russia's alleged role in the conflict, now in its fourth year.
By Sean Welsh, researcher in robot ethics at the University of Canterbury, New Zealand The problems of military invention in Syria are massive. The
An explosion near a bus convoy waiting to enter Aleppo has killed or wounded dozens of people, according to pro-government media and pro-opposition activists.
Syrians living under siege for more than two years have begun to leave their homes under an evacuation deal.
UN says makeshift refugee camps on the border with Uganda are full to over flowing following a further spread in ethnic killings
Russia’s foreign minister has said that last week’s US missile strikes on a Syrian military airbase plays “into the hands of extremists” and further threaten regional and global…
The recovery of the arms caches follow the end of the Basque separatist movement's violent campaign and promise to disarm.
The Basque separatist group ETA began the process of handing over its remaining weapons on Saturday.
With ETA having promised to disarm and the decision receiving support from the Basque parliament, Spain may be about to see an end to 50 years of domestic terrorism.
Friday morning’s missile strike was the toughest direct US action yet in Syria’s civil war, raising the risk of confrontation with Russia and Iran, the Assad regime’s two main military…
There are more strong denials from the Syrian government amid worldwide condemnation of the chemical attack that killed at least 70 people including children.
Russia has said chemical weapons that killed as many as 100 people in the town of Idlib leaked from a rebel weapons facility after it was bombed by the Syrian air…
Amnesty International says US-led coalition against ISIL could be at fault for failing to limit civilian deaths in Mosul offensive.
Aerial footage shot in Yemen’s capital, Sanaa, on March 26 shows over one hundred thousand individuals gathered to show their support for the Houthi movement.
The Iraqi military revises down the civilian death toll from an incident in west Mosul last week and denies it was caused by a coalition air strike.
Iraqi government forces have halted their push to recapture western Mosul after reports of mass civilian casualties.
The fighting has underscored the bleak prospects for a fresh round of UN-brokered peace talks that are underway in Geneva.
Taliban fighters have captured the strategic district of Sangin in the southern Afghan province of Helmand after security forces pulled out.
Some 20,000 people were being evacuated on Thursday after explosions at a massive arms depot in eastern Ukraine, in what is being treated as an act of sabotage.
Troops on the ground are closing in on the strategic and symbolic target of the al-Nuri mosque.
Eyewitnesses say rebels and their families have begun leaving their last bastion in the Syrian city. The Russian-backed deal with the government is expected to be among the largest evacuations of its
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports air strikes have hit a mosque in the rebel-held village of al-Jina in the northwest of the country.
At least 42 people have been killed and dozens wounded, when an air strike hit a mosque in the rebel-held village of al-Jina, near Aleppo in Syria.
The UN's OHCHR hears of 'torture, executions and unfair trials' in Syria, while a separate UN commission accuses the Syrian Air Force of war crimes.