The Muslim convert dubbed Jihadi Jack who travelled to Syria to join the Islamic State terror group has been stripped of his British citizenship, it has been reported.
A biography of a war correspondent killed in Syria has won a literary prize in the centenary year of the awards.
The US Justice Department has issued a warrant demanding the seizure of an Iranian tanker previously detained in Gibraltar.
Aleppo’s centuries-old bazaar is being rebuilt bit by bit as Syrians try to restore one of their historical crown jewels, devastated during years of brutal fighting for control of the city.
The wife of Syria’s president has said that a year after being diagnosed with breast cancer, she is now “completely” free of the disease.
A former Irish solider who went to live in Islamic State-controlled Syria has said she does not believe she will ever return to Ireland.
The captain, chief officer and two second officers of the Iranian supertanker Grace 1 arrested in an operation involving British Royal Marines have been conditionally bailed without charge, the Royal Gibraltar Police have said.
A detachment of Royal Marines was involved in a “bold” and “brave” operation to seize a supertanker suspected of carrying oil destined for Bashar Assad’s Syrian regime.
A detachment of Royal Marines and the authorities in Gibraltar have seized a supertanker suspected of carrying oil to Syria in breach of European Union sanctions.
The father of the first British woman to die fighting with Kurdish forces in Syria has said he will never come to terms with losing her and he “should have done more”.
A British family of 12 suspected of joining Islamic State in Syria have all died, according to a relative.