21 May 2017 Tarihinde Eklenen Konular
16 March 2017 15:30
Armed groups in Tripoli have signed a ceasefire deal ending a four-day battle for control of the Libyan capital, the unity government said Thursday.
The city has been paralyzed amid exchanges of rocket and artillery fire between pro-unity government forces and rival militias including groups allied with former prime minister Khalifa Ghweil.
Thursday’s deal cements the UN-backed Government of National Accord’s control...
16 March 2017 15:29
A shooting at a high school in southeastern French town of Grasse has left at least eight people injured, police say.
The incident took place on Thursday when an intruder burst into the Tocqueville high school and opened fire, said a source close to the investigation.
A police source said one man had been arrested over the shooting and a second was on...
16 March 2017 15:25
The Iraqi Joint Special Operations Command said Iraqi forces has enforced their efforts to hunt down the ring leader of ISIL terror group and prepared for an attack to arrest or eliminate him as soon as his exact location is uncovered.
The Spokesperson for the Iraqi Special Operations Command, Yahya Rasul Zubaidi, who spoke to Sputnik on Wednesday, said the forces...
16 March 2017 15:25
Iraqi forces said that over 20 ISIL missiles had been found in a Warehouse in Western Mosul, containg some missiles ISIL known to use them in attacks across Iraq.
The Counter Terrorism Services in al Somood neighbourhood in Southwest Mosul brought showed samples of the missiles found earlier in the old Industrial area, NRT reported.
Amid the combat, a steady stream of...
16 March 2017 15:24
The Syrian army troops continued military operations against al-Nusra (Fatah al-Sham) Front in the Northeastern parts of Damascus, and advanced in strategic areas.
The army forces, supported by artillery and missile units, clashed with the terrorists in Barzeh and Tishrin farms, and regained control of large areas from the Western parts of Damascus-Homs highway to the Eastern parts of al-Qaboun and...
16 March 2017 15:23
The Syrian soldiers launched artillery attacks on the terrorist groups who planned to occupy the army positions in Western Salamiyeh.
The artillery attacks killed a large number of militants and forced others to flee the battle ground.
Meantime, the Syrian air force targeted the terrorists' bases in Kafar Zita and the nearby areas, inflicting loss and damage on the terrorists and their...
16 March 2017 15:21
The Moroccan Commission for Advocating the Nation’s Causes has reiterated its rejection of all forms of relations between its country and Israel, applauding the active popular interaction with its anti-normalization campaign.
In a meeting on Wednesday, the commission’s members decided to invite the Moroccan people to commemorate the Palestinian Land Day to be marked on March 30 by organizing and participating...
16 March 2017 15:19
A federal judge in the US state of Maryland has temporarily blocked parts of President Donald Trump’s revised travel order, according to reports.
The verdict was announced by District Judge Theodore D. Chuang in federal court in Maryland early on Thursday, hours after a federal judge in Hawaii placed a nationwide block on Trump’s order.
Although the ban was already restrained nationwide...
16 March 2017 15:18
Venezuela’s President Nicolas Maduro has called the head of the Organization of American States (OAS) “garbage” for highlighting the crisis in the Latin American country.
Maduro used the insulting word to describe OAS Secretary General Luis Almagro during a government event in the northern Venezuelan state of Miranda on Wednesday after the high-ranking official called on Caracas to hold elections or be...
16 March 2017 15:17
Speculations are emerging in media that Iran is injecting huge amounts of natural gas into its aging oil fields to boost its production of crude oil.
Bloomberg in a report emphasized that Iran’s motivation for producing more gas was to re-inject it underground into crude oil reservoirs.
The report added that the entire output from one phase of the country’s South...