Egypt’s Foreign ministry said that there have been no casualties reported among the Egyptian communities in Syria nor Turkey so far as part of the devastating earthquake victims in both countries.
An Oxford-educated Briton in Tremadog, Wales, Lawrence began serving in the British Army as an intelligence officer in Egypt in 1914.
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A source within the security forces has told ANF News about the background to the abduction of female ISIS members from Hol Camp.
Indonesia has long struggled with Islamist militancy and the country hosts dozens of extremist groups loyal to IS and its violent ideology.
The Arab Syrian Army captured on Thursday Saraqib city located in the eastern countryside of Idlib.
The world body has called for "immediate de-escalation" and warned of further mass displacement if the violence continues.
Hospitals in the most impacted areas have been forced to close and those that remain open are becoming overwhelmed.
Speaking at an AK Party Provincial meetings, Erdogan said that this issue has been on his agenda for a while.
In a Wednesday interview with Egypt Today, Drar said the Arab League remains silent regarding Turkish violations and threats, except for Egypt.
Damascus "announces the opening of a humanitarian corridor in the (town) of Soran," a foreign ministry source said.
Turkey announced late on Wednesday that drones have started operating in northern Syria where Washington and Ankara have agreed to create a safe zone.
The United States would act against any military offensive by Turkey against Kurdish forces in northeast Syria, the Pentagon has warned.
Damascus said Friday it would reject any agreement between Turkey and the US to establish a "security zone" in northern Syria.
Fires engulfing vital wheat fields across Syria’s northeast have killed at least 10 people on Sunday.