He said rebels could identify Lebanese and Iraqi militias by their flags. An airstrike meanwhile targeted a rebel headquarters near the central city of Hama on Sunday, killing at least six militants, the Observatory said. Few accepted that offer. Civilians in the rebel-held portions of Aleppo are enduring a "living hell" and the hospitals there have been all but obliterated, the United Nations warned Sunday as bomb attacks continued to hit the city.
THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) - The Netherlands has summoned Russia's ambassador to complain about Russian criticism of the Dutch public prosecutor's office over the probe into the 2014 downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17. But the findings stopped short of directly accusing Moscow of involvement in the tragedy. They said they would give that data to investigators. He called on Russian Federation to "continue to co-operate fully with the investigation and subsequent prosecution and trial" of ...
The Indus Water Treaty , brokered by the World Bank and signed not long after both countries gained independence from Britain, regulates river flows between the two nations. In a remark on the bill moved against Pakistan in the US Congress, Asif said anti-Pakistan elements are present in each and every country but the impact of their voices depends on the policies of those countries.
Prince William and his wife Kate were greeted by Captain Tony Anderson and Loren Hagerty, director of the Sail and Life Training Society . They were also be joined by young people who are a part of JACK.org, who are working towards ending stigma towards mental health.
Pakistan has offered an all out cooperation for an worldwide and impartial probe into the Uri attack. He said India had hastily blamed Pakistan without any investigation. The neighbouring country succeeded in one attempt and killed our 18 soldiers. Intensifying his attack further, Prime Minister Modi said the Pakistani leaders speak out addresses written by terrorists and talk about Kashmir.
Environment Minister Simon Corbell has bitten back at critics of renewable energy. Federal Energy Minister Josh Frydenberg was also not pleased. But Weatherill accused Frydenberg of "playing politics" with an unfolding crisis and said it could have happened anywhere.