Siegessicherer Strache tätowiert sich „I’m Bürgermeister, bitch!“ auf Oberarm
Putin reaffirms support for Assad as he decries 'propaganda' against Syria | World news | The Guardian
Syrian President Bashar Assad also said that the terrorists of the Paris attacks were trained in Syria with the help of the Turks, the Saudis, the Qatari and the West.
Russia waded deeper into Syria's civil war yesterday, striking rebel positions far from Isis strongholds for a second day and leaving little doubt that the immediate target of the - New Zealand Herald
British PM says disagreements over Assad must not be ‘altar on which Syria is slaughtered’ as he prepares to meet Putin at G20
NATO allies agreed on Friday to send aircraft and ships to Turkey to strengthen Ankara's air defences on its border with Syria, the alliance's chief said, a package that is partly designed to avoid any more shoot-downs of Russian planes. Envoys to...
Russian president says only way to solve Syrian crisis is politically, but until that happens, the fight continues
Theresa May promises 'golden era' in UK-Chinese relations - BBC News
Russia carried out a third day of air strikes in Syria and said it had targeted IS extremists as President Vladimir Putin faced growing international criticism over his military campaign.
Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne prepares to board a train from the city of Urumqi in north west China to Turpan, 23 September 2015