After Badreddine’s killing, we may never know if the 2005 death of Lebanese prime minister Rafiq Hariri marked the start of Saudi Arabia’s efforts to destroy Bashar al-Assad and the Syrian regime
Mustafa Amine Badreddine was killed due to shelling near Damascus International Airport the group says
Mustafa Amine Badreddine was supervising the militia group's involvement in the Syrian civil war
Belgium will rejoin the international coalition against Isis and begin launching air strikes in Syria for the first time, its government has announced.
Ironically, most refugees are trying to flee terrorist regimes like Isis that Western governments are trying to combat
The Turkish interior ministry has denied that police and soldiers are attacking refugees
The jihadist force's reputation is being cleaned up, to suggest it is deserving of CIA support
'A lot of Christian charities have fundraising campaigns around Christmas, as it's a time when people give generously. Our Ramadan campaign is in parallel with that'
Opposition fighters say they have taken control of the village of Khan Touman
'We totally understand what they’ve feeling because we’ve passed through the same situation – we lost everything in just one second, maybe not from burning, but it still feels the same'
The performance came amid allegations of war crimes as dozens of refugees were killed by an air strike
Bombs and drones weaken Islamic State, but probably not as much as is hoped in Washington and European capitals
Photos taken by prisoners rioting in protest at extrajudicial killings, torture, and the bombing of Aleppo show soldiers surrounding Hama jail
The US-Russian agreement brokered a ceasefire between the Syrian Army and moderate rebel forces
The measures are reportedly designed to address growing frustrations that some countries are shouldering the responsibility of the refugee crisis considerably more than others
Four permanent members, Britain, the US, Russia and France, reminded of their part in strikes on medical facilities