Investigators say workshop discovered in Ramadi shows development of weapons-bearing aircraft
Reconstructed after the civil war, the army is the only totally non-sectarian force in the country. It’s also the only institution that still works. Without it, conflict may yet have reignited
'We will find measures in our toolbox that will have a painful impact, particularly in terms of America’s positioning in the world'
US support for Kurdish troops in the fight against Isis in Syria and Iraq is a major source of tension between the two allies
Foreign ministry source says EU is 'an accomplace in the suffering of Syrians'
Aircraft carrier transporting fighter jets, combat helicopters and cruise missiles to Syria
The use of drones operated from thousands of miles away using unverifiable intelligence gives rise to intense moral questions that have only barely begun to be considered
Around 90 per cent of the appeals against 'subsidiary protection' orders have been successful
The ruling claimed the Jungle Camp closure 'does not disregard the principle of prohibition of inhuman and degrading treatment'
Promised break in bombing rings hollow for many amid last 24 hours of bloodshed and is ‘not enough’ to evacuate those in need of help, aid groups warn
'If this proxy war continues, let me be clear, America and Russia will come to a point of war'
'Millions of refugees are homeless, hundreds of thousands of others are starved, under siege, they are human beings who are suffering a small holocaust'
The US-Russian military offensive, fewer European recruits and damage to the group's revenue streams have combined to weaken its powerbase
Reports that five-year-old Omran Daqneesh died overnight in air strikes on east Aleppo appear to be false - but rescue workers say at least five children and 17 people in total lost their lives
'We of course are not going to fan hysteria over this matter, like our partners in the West do'
‘Russia must feel the consequences of what they are doing’, says Boris Johnson