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At least 39 fighters were killed in fierce clashes between Syrian rebels and jihadists from the Islamic State in the northern Syrian province of Aleppo, an NGO said.
Norway's intelligence service says it has received information about an imminent "concrete threat" against Norway from people with links to Islamic fighters in Syria.
Known for kidnapping, public stonings, lashings and executions, the Islamic State (IS) is now expanding into tourism, taking jihadists on honeymoon and civilians to visit other parts of its "caliphate".
Jihadists have killed at least 90 Syrian regime fighters, civilian security guards and employees when they seized a gas field in Homs province, a monitoring group says.
Jihadists in the northern Syrian province of Raqa have accused a woman of adultery and stoned her to death, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said on Friday.
Morocco's interior minister says that Moroccan extremists fighting in Iraq and Syria are plotting terror attacks on prominent figures and sites back home.
President Bashar Assad will be sworn in and set out his plans for a new seven-year term, state media reports, after his victory in an election that has affirmed his grip on power.
British counterterrorism officers say they believe that two missing 16-year-old twin sisters who disappeared from their home in Manchester have travelled to Syria.
Syria's Western-backed opposition National Coalition has elected Hadi al-Bahra as its new president following a three-day meeting in Istanbul.
Britain had planned to train and equip a 100 000-strong rebel army to defeat Syrian President Bashar Assad before it was deemed to be too risky, BBC Newsnight reports.
The transfer of Syrian chemical weapons from a Danish container ship to a US vessel has been completed in an Italian port, the Pentagon says.
The leader of the extremist group that has overrun parts of Iraq and Syria has called on Muslims around the world to flock to territories under his control to fight and build an Islamic state.
Syrian rebels, including the main Islamist factions, say the creation of a caliphate by the Islamic State (IS) was "null and void".
Dozens of people were wounded when a car bomb exploded in the Syrian town of Douma, northeast of the capital Damascus, local activists and a monitoring group said.
President Barack Obama is seeking to bolster US efforts to train and arm select members of the Syrian opposition.
Syrian warplanes have bombed Sunni militants’ position inside Iraq, military officials say, deepening concerns that the extremist insurgency could morph into an even wider regional conflict.
Israel carried out retaliatory air raids on Syrian army positions in the Golan Heights after a teenager on the Israeli side was killed in an attack from Syria, the army says.
Human Rights Watch has urged Syrian rebel groups to stop enlisting teenagers in their ranks and warned their foreign backers that they could be implicated in "war crimes".
A massive truck bomb claimed by rebels has killed at least 35 people in a government-controlled village in the central Syrian province of Hama.
Syrian regime helicopters dropped barrel bombs on an opposition-held district in northern Aleppo city, killing at least 20 people, including several children, an NGO said.
An al-Qaeda splinter group that has seized a huge chunk of northern Iraq commands as many as 10 000 fighters and has steadily been consolidating its hold on much of northeastern Syria.
Fresh fighting between the jihadist Islamic State of Iraq and a coalition of rebels and an al-Qaeda affiliate in eastern Syria has left at least 45 fighters dead, a monitoring group says.
Guided more by what they can hear than see, Syrian troops and rebels are battling in the bowels of Damascus, digging tunnels in a campaign to control the eastern entrance to the capital.
President Bashar Assad has secured a landslide victory in a wartime election and has demonstrated his tenacious hold on power after three years of brutal civil war.
Voting offices have opened in Syria for a presidential election that Bashar Assad is certain to win, and that has been slammed as a "farce" by the opposition.
Syria's first multi candidate presidential elections in decades is being touted by President Assad's government as measuring Syrians' support for him after three years of civil war.
Syria's divided rebels and their foreign backers are watching in disbelief as the government gears up for an election to give Bashar Assad another presidential mandate despite their uprising.
Syrian President Bashar Assad is preparing for an inevitable re-election as the civil war shifts in the army's favour, with rebels losing ground and world powers paralysed by divisions.
A senior Hezbollah commander branded by the FBI as one of the world's most wanted terrorists has been killed fighting in Syria, residents of his village in southern Lebanon says.
The world's chemical weapons watchdog says that a convoy of its inspectors overseeing the dismantling of Syria's weapons programme had come under attack, but all were safe.
Six international chemical weapons watchdog investigators have been kidnapped with their Syrian drivers on a fact-finding mission in the central province of Hama, the foreign ministry says.
At least 10 people were killed in a car bomb attack targeting a regime-held area of the city of Homs in central Syria, the province's governor told AFP.
Russia will veto a draft United Nations Security Council calling for Syria to be hauled before the International Criminal Court.
Iran has denied as "completely unfounded" a Wall Street Journal report that it is recruiting Afghan refugees to fight in Syria to help its ally battle rebels.
A missile crashed into a rebel-held Syrian town while most people were at home sleeping, killing at least 23 people, including an entire family.
Syrian opposition activists say forces loyal to President Bashar Assad had dropped a chlorine bomb on a rebel-held village, killing a teenager, the sixth alleged poison gas attack there in two months.
More than 162,000 people have been killed in Syria since the conflict broke out in March 2011, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said in a new toll.
Abdelbaset Sarout, a former goalkeeper— now an armed fighter — has become a charismatic icon of the Syria's rebellion after surviving 2 ½ years under a suffocating military siege of his city.
US Secretary of State John Kerry says he has seen raw data that suggests chlorine has been used in the Syrian conflict.
Iran is recruiting Afghan refugees to fight in Syria, the Wall Street Journal reports.
Syrian rebels blew up a luxury hotel turned army base in the historic heart of Aleppo after tunnelling under the front line that divides the northern city.
About 2 000 rebels and civilians have started to leave besieged opposition-held districts of Homs in central Syria.
An Australian mother was charged with supporting terrorism after she was arrested trying to board a flight from Sydney with her four young children.
Suicide bombers blew up two vehicles in the central Syrian province of Hama, killing at least 18 people, including 11 children, state media reported.
Two mortar shells struck a school complex in central Damascus, killing at least 14 people and wounding dozens, state media and a monitoring group said.
The Netherlands has warned that militants returning from Syria posed a security threat to Europe.
France will table a proposal before the United Nations Security Council authorizing the International Criminal Court to investigate crimes against humanity in Syria, French ambassador to the UN Gerard Araud said.
The Security Council will meet privately to view projected slides of the Syria dead, who offer mute testimony to the savagery of a civil war in which more than 150 000 have died.
Mortar rounds fired on schools in the Syrian capital has killed a child and wounded more than 40 people, among them more children, state media says.
The Syrian government says it has no intention of delaying an election that is likely to give President Bashar Assad a third term, regardless of war or politics.
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Barrack Muluka, a former aide to CORD leader Raila Odinga has been appointed head of communications at the Council of Governors secretariat. Read more...
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Jubilee and CORD leaders in Kwale have differed over plans to lock out candidates over 65 years of age from presidential races through a referendum.
A member of parliament has supported the creation of County Development Boards in the country. Read more...
The Kenya Public Servants Trade Union (PUSETU-K) has given the National Government 14 days to resolve challenges the devolved Health sector is experiencing under county governments' management failure to which the Union will conduct a national strike. Read more...
Busia Governor Sospeter Ojaamong has said that his government has put adequate measures in place to deal with any Ebola outbreak amid reports that 122 people from Ebola hit nations arrived or exited the country through the Busia and Malaba borders. Read more...
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Detainees at the Kasarani Stadium detention camp were tortured by Anti-terror police, some of those released have stated. Read more...
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