Moscow, SANA-Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov said Russia hopes that the agreements on the establishment of a de-escalation zone in Idleb would soon be completed. “We expect that the current consultations among Astana process members will confirm the agreements concerning the fourth de-escalation zone – in Idleb, following the setup of de-escalation zones in western ...
Pleasance Dome, Edinburgh Shôn Dale-Jones delivers a thoughtful piece about inequality, myths and taking control of your own story Shôn Dale-Jones’s greengrocer father was a devotee of Margaret That ... Read more
Pakistan on Thursday responded to Washington's accusation that it shelters the Afghan Taliban by saying the U.S. military itself is failing to eliminate militant sanctuaries inside Afghanistan. Read more
Interior secretary Ryan Zinke says his recommendations include boundary adjustments for some locations among 27 national monuments Conservation safeguards on a “handful” of national monuments across t ... Read more
Qatar's ruler has introduced a law giving broad protection to tens of thousands of foreigners working as maids, cooks, cleaners and nannies, addressing some concerns long highlighted by human rights g ... Read more
Relying on exact DNA science to identify the fire’s victims could lead to years of cruel uncertainty. We should learn from other disasters, trying new approaches Ten weeks on from the Grenfell fire, 5 ... Read more
ERBIL, Iraq: Iraqi forces made further gains in their offensive to dislodge Islamic State from Tal Afar, seizing five more villages on the eastern and southern outskirts of the city, the military said ... Read more
As many as 14 people are feared missing after a massive landslide swept away a mountainside in the Swiss Alps, ripping apart buildings and forcing the evacuation of a village, police said Thursday. Read more