At least 62 Syrians were killed in the strikes, as the United States said it might have accidentally hit a government position. The army said last Wednesday it would reduce its bombardment, after days of bombing that killed hundreds and destroyed the largest remaining hospital in the rebel-held east.
No group has claimed responsibility for the attack. KABUL-Gunmen targeted Shiite pilgrims in Kabul late Tuesday, killing at least 14 people as they gathered to celebrate Ashura, one of the most important festivals on the Shiite calendar, officials said.
The primary impact from this storm to the islands will be in the form of building surf on Wednesday. Hurricane Nicole's winds continued to increase on Wednesday as the Category 2 storm continued northward on a path that could take it to Bermuda's doorstep by tomorrow.
U.S. Open champion Stan Wawrinka and Milos Raonic also advanced in straight sets. Nadal and Troicki have never faced each other in Shanghai. Despite admitting that he had anxiety attacks before clinching a victory over top-ranked Novak Djokovic at the Flushing Meadows, the Swiss star reiterated that he is now in great form and wants to play as much tennis as possible in the coming future.
The minister said the visit would usher in a new hope of further widening the areas of cooperation between the two countries. His assessment is that China which has identified itself as "the major developing country" would promote the interest of other developing countries in the worldwide system.
Hadithi made the remarks shortly after Erdogan said the Turkish army would not take orders from Iraq to leave the country. Turkey can't be excluded from a possible operation to recapture the Iraqi city of Mosul, Turkey's president said Tuesday, telling Iraq's leader to "know his place".