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US-backed Syrian militias say they have fully seized the town of Tabqa and the country’s largest dam from the so-called Islamic State.
The media’s crosshairs have been firmly focussed on Syria for years as the country is ripped apart by civil war.
Millions of South Sudanese children suffering famine and war
Syrian government forces have reportedly been clashing with rebels in the northwestern province of Hama, shortly after a Russia-led deal to establish ‘safe zones’ came into…
The Iraqi army’s new push in the battle to recapture Mosul has been hailed as “the beginning of the end” for the extremist group there.
Moscow has said warplanes from the US-led international coalition will not be able to fly over safe zones in Syria which have been agreed on at international talks in…
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“I invite the Taliban to join the peace caravan and stop the pointless, meaningless and unholy war”.
The US military is reportedly considering plans to potentially shoot down future North Korean missile tests amid North Korean threats of nuclear war.
This Thursday marks the 100th anniversary when the US formally entered World War One.
The Pentagon says a further 20 US strikes have targeted al Qaeda in the Arabian Peninsula since the middle of last week.
People fleeing villages around the Syrian city of Raqqa claim ISIL has been using civilians as human shields.
Recapturing the al-Nuri mosque in the western part of the city would be a hugely symbolic victory for the government troops
Tens of thousands of Yemenis have rallied on the streets of the Yemeni capital in support of the Houthi movement.
With nearly 400,000 displaced people from the battle of Mosul refugee camps are overwhelmed with the latest exodus from the east of the city.
Iraqi federal police helped injured civilians advance through the rubble in the train station and through the muddy streets of Mosul on Sunday (19 March).
The bustling street of the Al Naby Younis market in East Mosul proves that the residents who lived for three years under strict radical Islamic rule are now trying to return to some…
Femicide is essential to genocide.
A Danish 14-year-old has unearthed a German warplane from the Second World War while working on a school history project.
Youngsters living in the war-torn country are self-harming, taking drugs and attempting suicide to escape the horrors they have endured after six years of conflict, according to a new report by Save t
Turkey's military chief-of-staff is meeting his US and Russian counterparts in the southern Turkish province of Antalya. Regional security, notably in northern Syria, is top of the agenda.
Iraqi forces in western Mosul say they've taken control of a number of key buildings formerly held by ISIL.
Russia’s Defence Ministry claims its forces played a decisive role in the recapture of Palmyra.
Russia and China vetoes ensure proposed UN sanctions against the Syrian government for using chemical weapons fail to pass.
The Iraqi army says it is getting closer to the main government complex in western Mosul.
Thousands of families caught up in South Sudan’s famine are hiding from marauding gunmen in the swamps and islands of the River Nile.