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Israeli strikes used 28 planes, fired 70 missiles – Russia

Israel's strikes on Syria saw 28 planes take part in raids with a total of around 70 missiles fired, Russia's defence ministry said on...

France convinced Trump to stay in Syria, says Macron

President Emmanuel Macron asserted Sunday that Paris had convinced Donald Trump to stay engaged in Syria “for the long-term”, adding that French air strikes...

Strikes, clashes rock Syria’s Ghouta despite ceasefire call

Fresh regime air strikes and heavy clashes shook rebel-held Eastern Ghouta on Sunday (Feb 25) despite a UN demand for a ceasefire to end...
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Israeli missiles hit near Damascus airport

A huge blast which struck near Damascus airport early on Thursday was caused by Israeli missiles hitting a "military position", Syria's state SANA news...

Pentagon launches probe after strike near Syria mosque

The US military is probing allegations that a strike targeting Al-Qaeda leaders near a mosque in northern Syria killed numerous civilians, the Defense Department...

Suspected coalition raids kill 23 civilians in Syria: monitor

The civilian death toll in air strikes thought to have been conducted by a US-led coalition on a jihadist-held Syrian village on Thursday has...

Pakistan Carries Out First-Ever Drone Strike

ISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s military announced that a locally developed drone has carried out its first missile strike, killing at least three "high-profile” militants near the...

CIA drone strike targets top Al-Qaeda leader in Yemen: Report

The leader of Al-Qaeda's branch in Yemen was targeted in a CIA drone strike last week, though US officials would not immediately confirm he...

Gazans bury family as Israeli bombs fall

In Gaza's stifling midday heat, grieving relatives of a family killed in an Israeli air strike sit outside a mosque, weary from their Ramadan...

Drone vs Drone: Pakistan joins aircraft race

Drone vs Drone: Pakistan joins aircraft race According to the Bureau of Investigative Journalism, since June of 2004 between 2500 to 3300 people have...