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UN Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura urged the international community to prevent a fresh humanitarian disaster in the rebel-held region of Idlib, the likely next target of the regime's fightback.
Brolin, who has been voicing the purple supervillain since the first "Avengers" film, believes no one can compliment Iron Man like Downey Jr.
Diversity will continue to be significant for Marvel Studios, which is behind one of the most successful films - "Black Panther", a film that had a nearly all-black cast.
His choice of words after his second decision in two years to fire missiles against Syria recalled a similar claim associated with President George Bush following the U.S.-led invasion of Iraq.
Simon said their story is a "compelling and tragic narrative" which became "a dry run for the maelstrom to come" in World War II.
China warns against military action in Syria after US President Donald Trump called the chemical atrocity a 'heinous attack on innocent'
The Syrian regime and its ally Russia have rejected claims of a chemical attack, with President Vladimir Putin warning against any "provocation and speculation on this matter".
A single escape route remains open to the south to territory still held by the YPG or controlled by the Damascus government.
The two main rebel groups in the region, which borders Damascus, have firmly and repeatedly denied negotiating with the Syrian regime.
Turkey announced it would establish camps in neighbouring Syria, including near the border in Idlib, to settle 170,000 people fleeing from the civil war.
Far-right extremists preparing 'civil war on Islam' in Britain through online networks: Anti-racism group
The group's annual State of Hate report said that while traditional groups are weakening, more tech-savvy leaders were driving the far-right cause forward.
The Office of Missing Persons (OMP) aims to bring in reparations to the victims of the nearly three-decade long armed conflict in the country.
At least 14 civilians including three children were killed in strikes on Sunday, bringing the total number of dead in the week to 530, among them over 130 children.
Some 5.5 million Syrians have fled civil war in their homeland since 2011, most settling in neighbouring countries where they struggle to survive.
South Sudan's four-year-old civil war has been characterised by extreme brutality and attacks on civilians.
The released children will be reunified with their families and given three months' worth of food assistance and psychosocial support, along with the opportunity to go to school.