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Smoke pillow over the mount caused by bombardment and missile fires of Assad regime and Russian forces can be seen clearly from neighboring Turkey's Yayladay-y region.
Three Saudi soldiers and one trooper from the UAE were killed after Yemeni troops launched a rocket attack against Saudi border areas in retaliation for the kingdom's ongoing bombardment against the Arab country.
The death toll from the bombardment on Talbiseh - which took place on Tuesday and Wednesday - is expected to rise because dozens of people including children were in critical condition, the Observatory said.
Security Council April 24 called for an immediate end to fighting between Sudan and South Sudan, condemned the Sudanese military's bombardment of southern towns and urged the governments of both countries to return to the bargaining table.
Organizations are asking people in Kurdistan to boycott Iranian products and are threatening to protest in front the Iranian consulates in Kurdistan Region until the bombardments end.
Washington, May 21 (ANI): A new study has indicated that the bombardment of Earth by asteroids 3.
HERAT/ KABUL (PAN): Afghan National Army opened fire on angry protesters who were protesting the killing of dozens of civilians in the US bombardment in Shindand district of western Herat province
Haji Noor, an elder of one of the villages, said that between 40 and 50 people, including children, were killed in the bombardment.
That's a legitimate challenge, and we felt we would have to do a bombardment of TV to convince the public that this was a really good time.
In the heaviest bombardment in Baghdadin days,USand British planes also targeted one of SaddamHussein's presidential compounds.
He said: "The Israeli bombardment, aggression and closure of our cities, villages, and bases, will not affect the determination of our people to keep the uprising going.
The high energies and the multiple photon bombardments needed to break the molecule's bonds distort the spectrum, Smalley says.