The King of Saudi Arabia, the ex-vice president of Iraq and the daughter of China's former premier are also named in the tax haven leak
The Alawite declaration was reportedly smuggled out of Syria in high secrecy, with its authors chosing to conceal their names out of fears for their safety
Isis was reported to have carried out several massacres after seizing control of the city last year
The team were unable to reach some sites, including the burial places, because there are 'hundreds of mines' left
Crowds threw the pilots into the air while Russia’s state television filmed the celebrations
Russia's deputy defence minister said the Russian air force has 'the task to continue carrying out strikes on terrorist facilities'
Move comes just a day after President Putin ordered an end to the five-month air campaign bolstering President Bashar al-Assad's forces
Five years ago, we were high on Arab revolutions, and journalists were growing used to 'liberating' Arab capitals
General Phil Breedlove claimed civilians were being deliberately bombed to drive migration to Europe
Isis claimed the car bomb attack in an online statement
The Russian President agreed to help broker a truce drawn up with the US but has been heavily criticised for his country's own intervention in the conflict to support Assad
The 'cessation of hostilities' is due to start on Saturday but does not apply to Isis, al-Qaeda or other designated terrorist groups
Syria's government has approved humanitarian access to seven besieged areas, including the city of Madaya where dozens of people are thought to have died from starvation, the UN has said.
Peter Ford was criticised as an 'aplogist' for saying that the Assad regime should be negotiated with
Andrew Mitchell said Angela Merkel's suggestion of a no-fly zone would be impossible to implement
Bashar al-Assad said a planned 'cessation of hostilities' would not be carried out by regime forces