Bomb blasts killed scores of people in Jableh and Tartous on Syria's Mediterranean coast on Monday and wounded many others in the government-controlled territory that hosts Russian military bases, monitors and state media said.
At least 26 people were killed in twin attacks on Brussels airport and a rush-hour metro train in the Belgian capital on Tuesday, triggering security alerts across western Europe and bringing some cross-border transport to a halt.
A number of rockets hit a building in the Damascus district of Jaramana on Sunday, reportedly killing Lebanese militant leader Samir Qantar according to government loyalists.
Syria's state media blamed "terrorist groups&q
Twin explosions in a government-controlled neighborhood of Syria's Homs city killed at least 16 people and wounded scores more on Saturday, a group monitoring the war said.
The blasts come days after the government extended it
More than 25 people were killed in two major blasts in Russia and counter-terrorism experts warned of more attacks as the couuntry is set to host the Winter Olympics in 40 days.
At least 10 people were killed when an explosion rip
Two suicide bombings rocked Iran's embassy compound in Lebanon on Tuesday, killing at least 23 people including an Iranian cultural attache and hurling bodies and burning wreckage across a debris-strewn street.
Sanitation workers have been put on high alert as radical opposition groups threaten to hold a series of illegal rallies today (August 14), a report said.
Security is expected to be tight across the country in response to calls fo
Deadly bomb blasts that hit the Boston marathon on Monday will not affect the future of city sports events even though full security can never be guaranteed for the thousands of fans, experts said on Tuesday.
Two bombs ripped thro
Four explosions, including one in Bahrain's financial centre, rocked the country last night amidst an escalation in violent riots against the F1, a report said.
The simultaneous attacks happened around 8.30pm, starting in Sana
Many people are too afraid to leave their homes following a series of explosions that killed two people and left a third critically injured on Monday, said the Bahrain Federation of Expatriate Associations (BFEA).