Facing threats from the war across its border, Turkey steps up its intervention, striking ISIL and Kurdish positions.
Group accuses UK government of being in “disarray” over selling of arms to Saudi Arabia for potential use in Yemen war.
Yael and Yohan wanted to stop being afraid of anti-Semitism, Sarah and Stphane were looking for a place where their kids could play outside, while Elodie decided to leave her successful chain of pubs behind; 12 families left the comforts of Paris to settle in trailer homes in Brukhin.
Hundreds of “patriotic” pilots are ready to replace army staff sacked after coup attempt, Turkish Airlines chair says.
Operation results in 207 criminal cases against suspected web distributors of child sexual abuse images in 28 countries.
The truce, reported by Syrian state media, comes after assault by Kurdish fighters to seize all of northeastern city.
President Nicolas Maduro gives ministries 48 hours to dismiss public workers who signed a petition for his recall.
President tours Hamas terror tunnel recently uncovered by the IDF, saying that while ‘on both sides of the border there are civilians who want to live in quiet,’ Israel ‘will not tolerate any disturbance of the quiet, responding swiftly and firmly.’