The target of the attack was the headquarters of the Asayish security agency set up by an autonomous Kurdish administration in northern Syria
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The Islamic State in Iraq and the Sham (ISIS) posted photos online of a captured Jordanian military pilot. The militants allegedly shot down a Jordanian fighter jet with an anti-aircraft missile near the city of Raqqa, in northern Syria, on Wednesday. The media centre of Raqqa, an ISIS-affiliated news organisation, posted several pictures showing the …
The air raids came after the 13-year-old son of an Israeli defence ministry contractor was killed on the Golan on Sunday morning.
AFP – A powerful jihadist group battling Al-Qaeda’s affiliate in Syria has sharply criticised the global terror network’s leader in a statement, rejecting his call for them to leave the war-ravaged country. The audio recording, purportedly made by Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant spokesman Abu Mohammed Al-Adnani, also urged Ayman Al-Zawahiri to remove …
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The Britain-based group said opposition fighters in the town were determined to resist despite the pressure.
On Saturday, one rebel was reported dead and three wounded in fierce clashes between Kurdish fighters and the jihadist Al-Nusra Front and several other Islamist factions in Ras Al-Ain, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said.
Capturing Taftanaz, from which regime forces launched deadly helicopter gunship sorties, eases the pressure on rebels who already control vast swathes of Syria’s north and east.
The outskirts of Damascus have been at the heart of fighting this month as the regime launches operations to reclaim territory
Overall, more than 41,000 people have died since the eruption of the uprising in March 2011, says Syrian Observatory for Human Rights
Syrian army launched an offensive pre-dawn assault on Daraa, says SOHR
“Assad should be replaced by Vice President Faruq al-Shara.” says Turkish Foreign Minister Ahmet Davutoglu
40 dead and 90 injured in a grand car bombing
Turkish-based NGO believes number of Syrian refugees in Turkey could reach 300,000 before conflict resolved