Four U.A.E soldiers killed in Hodeidah

By Middle East Affairs On the first day of fighting, four soldiers from the UAE had been killed in battle fighting in the Arab coalition to help Yemen's army take control of Red Sea port, Hodeidah. The General of the U.A.E Armed forces said four of its "brave soldiers" were killed in

Turkey and U.S. military agree on a plan for Manbiji

ISTANBUL (Reuters) - Turkish and U.S. military officials reached agreement on a plan for the Syrian city of Manbij at a meeting in Stuttgart this week and decided to present it to the countries' leaders ahead of further talks, the Turkish armed forces said on Thursday. The two countries said on

Turkey’s military destroys 12 Kurdish targets in Qandil

(Reuters) ISTANBUL: The Turkish military destroyed 12 targets in northern Iraq belonging to the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) in overnight air strikes, it said on Tuesday, as the army steps up operations against militant targets in the Qandil region. The targets, in northern Iraq's Qandil, Hakurk and Avasin-Basyan regions, included shelters

Assad tells the U.S. to learn its lesson from Iraq and leave Syria

BEIRUT (Reuters) - President Bashar al-Assad said the United States should learn the lesson of Iraq and withdraw from Syria, and promised to recover areas of the country held by U.S.-backed militias through negotiations or force. In an interview with Russia Today, Assad said the government had "started now opening doors