Turkey has finished establishing military observation posts in the Idlib province of Syria by setting up its 12th and last post, the Turkish army announced in a written statement on May 16.
Mirror - Nine missiles fired on Syria in Hama and Aleppo were fired from British and US bases in Jordan, Syrian media has claimed.
The Syrian army has described the strikes as new "aggression" by its enemies, state television said.
But sources in the MOD say there was no involvement in the strikes, which saw missiles strike targets in Aleppo and Homs.
A leading member of the self-styled anarchist group Rouvikonas was identified and arrested by Greek police for storming into the premises of the British Council in central Athens on Thursday morning.
According to reports, some 20 group members entered the council building, scattered flyers and shouted slogans about Syria before leaving.
THE PLANNED DISPOSAL of an unexploded World War II bomb today will force a mass evacuation around Berlin's central railway station and likely spark transport chaos in the German capital.
Trains, trams, buses and even some flights at the city's Tegel airport will be halted when a police bomb squad starts defusing the British 500-kilogramme bomb unearthed on a building site.
From 2011, when demonstrations broke out against the Assad regime, the war in Syria has been like a multidimensional game of Tic-tac-toe, where various players - countries and groups - are continually moving to acquire territory and influence, while others try to prevent them and at the same time further their own interests.
The Turkish intelligence agency is undergoing efforts to remove radical groups from Eastern Ghouta through communication with moderate opposition groups in the field, in order to end the regime’s attacks on civilians in the last rebel stronghold that has been under siege by the Syrian government since 2013, according to sources.
Seven years of conflict in Syria have left more than 350,000 people dead, according to an updated overall death toll released yesterday by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
A Russian transport plane has crashed in Syria killing all 26 passengers and six crew members believed to have been on board, the defence ministry says, quoted by BBC.
The An-26 plane crashed during landing at Hmeimim airbase, near the Syrian coastal city of Latakia, the ministry is quoted as saying by Russian media.