'Sometimes all it takes for evil to triumph is for good men to do nothing'
Ahmed Abdel Qader has been outspoken in opposition to militant group
UN estimates economy lost more than $200 billion by end 2014
Meanwhile, Iceland has been declared the safest country for the sixth year in a row
Lebanese banks are the only institutions who know how to open enough letters of credit to fund Syria’s reconstruction materials: so rebuilding Syria means big profits for them.
US-backed forces surround the Isis-held city of Manbij, having liberated nearby villages
The suburb is home to one of one of Shia Islam's most renowned shrines
Blair’s periodic eruptions are so useful because he openly reveals that, like the Bourbons, he has learned nothing and forgotten nothing since the start of the Iraq War
Amateur video footage showed wounded people being loaded onto an ambulance as fires and thick black smoke billow from nearby buildings
Lewis Ellis, 25, said the story was a prank as it spread to media outlets around the world
There is no arcane historical legal argument but an embarrassing political case, in which three named Armenians – who are full US citizens – will assert their rights to land under the Incirlik Nato base in Turkey
Iraqi forces have secured the southern edge of Fallujah but many fear a bloodbath among trapped civilians
'For 20 minutes the Queen and I – during this lunch – just fed the dogs'
The terror group has conducted a vicious purge after a string of airstrikes killed prominent figures
Troops were reportedly pushing up a main road towards the de-facto capital of the so-called Islamic State
'It is a huge mistake to trust evil Britain and the Great Satan [the United States],' Ayatollah Khamenei says following report's release