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Israeli air strikes hit Damascus
MULTIPLE Israeli air strikes have struck in Syria’s capital.(image) (image)



First picture inside ancient ‘Exorcist’ city
IRAQI forces seized the UNESCO-listed ancient site of Hatra from the Islamic State group overnight, the latest archaeological jewel to be wrested from the jihadists’ grip.(image) (image)



Massive boom in terror watch list
MORE than 400 Australians have been named on a terror watchlist as suspected jihadists trying to enter Syria to fight for ISIS.(image) (image)



Country on brink of catastrophic famine
IT’S a war-torn country on the brink of a catastrophic famine.(image) (image)



The criminal case that could nail Assad
THOUSANDS of pictures showing dead Syrian men, some with their eyes gouged out or with screaming expressions still on their frozen faces, are part of mounting and damning evidence against Bashar al-Assad.(image) (image)



Al-Qaeda calls for ‘long jihad’ in Syria
THE LEADER of al-Qaeda urged his followers and all militants in Syria to unite ranks and prepare for protracted jihad, or holy war, in a new recording.(image) (image)



‘Abuse you can’t even imagine’
THOUSANDS of pictures showing dead Syrian men, some with their eyes gouged out or with screaming expressions still on their frozen faces, are part of mounting and damning evidence against Bashar al-Assad.(image) (image)



Afghans mourn after Taliban mass killing
AFGHAN President Ashraf Ghani has declared a national day of mourning after scores of soldiers were killed by Taliban fighters disguised as fellow soldiers, in the deadliest attack of its kind on an Afghan military base.(image) (image)



Brave toddler smiles after deadly bombing
THIS is the heart-wrenching moment a little Syrian girl wrapped in bloody bandages after a bomb attack turns to a camera and smiles.(image) (image)



Hospital holds baby hostage for payment
A HOSPITAL is said to be holding a newborn baby hostage until his parents pay a €75,000 (AU$107,000) medical bill.(image) (image)