Daesh executes own members in Iraq over refusing bomb attacks
Syrian army forces, allies inflict further losses on terrorists in Idlib
Syrian troops break militant siege on army base in Eastern Ghouta
Syrians demand expulsion of militants from Damascus outskirts
US New Game in Syria: Arming, Reorganizing Rebels
Syrian Kurds at Moscow-Washington Crossroads
Russia confirms copter crash in Syria, cites technical fault
Syria prepares for major offensive as part of anti-terror push east of capital
Syria's Assad replaces three key ministers in cabinet reshuffle
Militants surrender in southwest Syria
US choppers evacuate Daesh commanders from Syria’s Dayr al-Zawr
Syrian Kurds will be invited to Sochi talks in Russia
Nusra militants, under increasing battlefield pressure, agree to move to Syria’s Idlib, Dara’a
Putin says Russia to keep up anti-terror fight in Syria ‘if necessary’
Argentina has dismissed the head of its navy a month after one of its three submarines and the vessel’s crew disappeared in the Atlantic Ocean.
Islam Times - Angry protesters have stoned to death a former soldier in the Caribbean country of Haiti, as political violence continues days before the country’s president is to leave office without a successor.
Islam Times - The head of the UN Stabilization Mission in Haiti rejected Sunday claims of foreign interference in the internal affairs of the Caribbean Sea country after its presidential election was postponed indefinitely.
Islam Times - Haitians have staged a rally in the capital Port-au-Prince to protest against an international election mission, which they believe will meddle with the future presidential polls.
Islam Times - Canada says it will move to quickly normalize relations with Iran and lift the sanctions it has imposed against Tehran in order not to miss the business opportunities that have arisen following the recent implementation of Tehran’s landmark nuclear agreement with six world powers.
Islam Times - Officials in Haiti have delayed presidential and parliamentary run-off elections amid ongoing protests and opposition demands calling for a halt to the vote over alleged fraud.
Islam Times - Canada has not been invited to a ministerial meeting in the French capital this week to discuss the battle against the Daesh Takfiri terror group.
Islam Times - Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says his country is getting ready to resume diplomatic relations with Iran following a four-year break in ties.
Islam Times - Canada’s new government says it will uphold its election campaign promise and withdraw the country's fighter jets which have been targeting purported Daesh targets in Iraq and Syria.
Islam Times - The UN chief has expressed shock at the allegations that John Ashe, the former president of the General Assembly, was involved in bribery while serving in the world body.
Islam Times - Mexican President Enrique Pena Nieto has strongly condemned the recent killing of Mexican tourists by Egyptian security forces, demanding that the Cairo government conduct an "exhaustive" investigation into the fatal incident.
Islam Times - Early results from the presidential election in the Central American country of Guatemala have put actor and comedian Jimmy Morales ahead of center-right businessman Manuel Baldizon by four percentage points.
Islam Times - Guatemala’s president has been barred by court order from leaving the country amid a snowballing multi-million-dollar corruption scandal engulfing his administration.
Islam Times - The Canadian government says it is "disappointed" after an Egyptian appeals court sentenced Mohammed Fahmy, a naturalized Canadian working for Al Jazeera news network, to prison.
Islam Times - Polling stations have opened for a long-delayed public vote in Haiti, marking the first plebiscite since Michel Martelly was elected president more than four years ago.
Islam Times - A group of hacker activists known as Anonymous has warned it will take revenge for the recent killing of one of its members by the Canadian police.
Islam Times - A federal judge in Argentina has issued an order to seize the assets of five foreign companies exploring oil in waters off the disputed Malvinas islands, also known as the Falklands to the British.
Islam Times - Thousands of Hondurans have taken to the streets of the capital, Tegucigalpa, to call on President Juan Orlando Hernandez to quit over an alleged corruption scandal in his election campaign.
Islam Times - Canadian Prime Minister Stephen Harper, January 8, 2015, on Charlie Hebdo shootings: “When a trio of hooded men struck at some of our most cherished democratic principles, freedom of expression, freedom of the press, they assaulted democracy everywhere . . . They have declared ...
Islam Times - In recent years, Israel and its allies have become increasingly concerned about the growing international movement to expose and sanction Israel’s behaviour.
Islam Times - The Canadian government intends to send troops to Ukraine in the coming months, CTV News reported, citing officials.