The global medical charity Doctors Without Borders says it is "shocked' by the attack on an aid convoy in Syria, calling it the latest example of the "continuous disregard paid to the basic rules of war" in the six-year conflict". "All information on the convoy's location (after that) was known only to the rebels controlling this area", he said. But on the ground in Syria, activists and AFP correspondents reported intensifying fighting.
September 20: Amid spread of Chikungunya, Delhi Health Minister Satyendar Jain on Tuesday held a meeting with Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal and apprised him that the Delhi High Court had past year asked the Municipal Corporation of Delhi (MCD) to take steps to prevent spread of the disease.
It's now been nearly three weeks since the summer transfer window slammed shut at the end of August, and Mino Raiola has made a decision to reenter the spotlight with some choice comments about Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger. So, it was important for us to win the Southampton game and, hopefully, now we can have the same quality at home. "I have to check that but I think Santi was at the head of the list", Wenger said after seeing his side fail for the second time from four penalty attempts ...
Since then, more than a quarter of a million people have been killed and more than 10 million displaced across the war-battered country, according to United Nations figures. The Syrian military said in a statement Monday that "armed terrorist groups" repeatedly violated the cease-fire and took advantage of the truce to mobilize and arm themselves while attacking government-held areas.
The Joint Sea 2016 drills, which began on September 12 in Zhanjiang, South China's Guangdong Province, involved a series of joint operations, including air defense maneuvers, anti-submarine operations, coordinated three-dimensional island seizing, and search and rescue, the Xinhua News Agency reported.
Coalition forces banded together in their fight against ISIS in Iraq appear to be closing in on Mosul- the last ISIS-held city in Iraq. Kurdish forces have been seizing ISIS territory north of Mosul and annexing it into their territory, which has Iraq eager to secure as much territory as possible, setting up what are likely the battle lines for the next war in the region.