At least five rockets fired at Kabul airport were intercepted by US missile defence system, a US official says as US Central Command begins probe into whether civilians were killed in an air strike that destroyed a vehicle a day earlier.
Leaders of the opposition training camp were among those killed in an air strike in Jabal al Dweila, according to a Syrian opposition spokesperson.
The offer from the militants comes amid soaring violence that has threatened to derail US-backed efforts to bring Kabul and the Taliban to the negotiating table and seek an end to Afghanistan's nearly 19-year war.
The air strikes in the northern province of Al Jawf is the third such incident since June.
Two military vehicles driven by members of warlord Khalifa Haftar’s militia, which had escaped Al Watiya airbase, were reportedly struck near the 53rd military camp in Tiji region located near Libya’s border with Tunisia.
The strikes on Sanaa came after Saudi Arabia intercepted two ballistic missiles the Houthis said they had launched on Saturday towards Riyadh and southern parts of Saudi near the Yemeni border.
Even though he was just in his 20s, the young Syrian captured images of the aftermath of atrocities committed by the regime and Russian forces until he died in the line of duty.
As the conflict entered its fifth year on Tuesday, figures showed at least half a million children have dropped out of school with many doing odd jobs to sustain themselves and their families.
According to UN figures, 313 civilians have been killed and 336 wounded in air strikes by US and Afghan forces in the nine months to the end of September, a 39 per cent increase from the same period in 2017.
Israeli aircraft have launched air strikes on at least 12 different locations across Gaza.
The UN Security Council last Saturday adopted a resolution calling for a 30-day ceasefire in Syria without delay as the number of casualties in eastern Ghouta since February 19 reached at least 700.
Syria Civil Defence, a rescue service known as the White Helmets, are continuing rescue operations in Tabeesh village and reported on social media that fierce bombings killed at least seven people.
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