Syria regime air raids, rebel fire on Damascus kill 50: Monitor

At least 37 civilians were killed Wednesday in Syrian government air strikes near Damascus, while at least 13 people died as rebels fired a barrage of rockets into the capital, a monitor said.

US uses air power to support beleaguered Syrian allies
US uses air power to support beleaguered Syrian allies

The United States on Monday said it has used air power in Syria in defense of allied rebel groups, signaling deeper involvement in the country`s brutal four-year civil war.

Sudan offers guarantees for rebels to attend Khartoum talks

 Sudan`s government said Monday it is ready to offer rebels battling its forces legal guarantees to allow them to attend talks in Khartoum aimed at addressing the country`s multiple crises.

Rebels held, arms seized in Burundi: Officials

Security forces in Burundi said Monday they had arrested around 170 suspected rebels and seized a number of weapons in a crackdown ahead of next week`s presidential elections.

Burundi army kills 31 suspected rebels, captures 170 others

Burundi's army killed 31 suspected rebels and captured 170 others in fighting in the country's north, a military spokesman said today.

Militants, rebels in Syria announce new push for Aleppo

Islamic militants and rebels in Syria launched fresh attacks on government-held neighborhoods in Aleppo on Friday, setting off some of the heaviest fighting in months in the contested northern city, activists and state media said.

Mali`s Tuareg-led rebels sign landmark peace deal
Mali`s Tuareg-led rebels sign landmark peace deal

Mali`s Tuareg-led rebel alliance signed a landmark deal on Saturday to end years of unrest in a nation riven by ethnic divisions and in the grip of a jihadist insurgency.

Saudi-led strikes hit Yemen's Aden as peace talks fail
Saudi-led strikes hit Yemen's Aden as peace talks fail

 Saudi-led warplanes launched dawn raids today against Shia rebels in Yemen's southern port city of Aden, the military said, hours after peace talks in Geneva ended without agreement.

Yemen rebels seize provincial capital near Saudi border

Shiite Huthi rebels on Sunday seized a provincial capital in northern Yemen near the border with Saudi Arabia, residents said, a day ahead of UN-sponsored peace talks in Geneva.

Saudi-led air strikes hit Yemen rebels

Warplanes from the Saudi-led coalition struck rebel positions in Yemen Saturday, witnesses said, as warring parties from the impoverished nation prepared for UN-sponsored talks in Geneva. 

Rebels push IS back in northern Syria: Monitor
Rebels push IS back in northern Syria: Monitor

A Syrian rebel alliance has pushed Islamic State group jihadists further away from one of its key supply routes from neighbouring Turkey, a monitoring group said on Saturday. 

Ukraine rebels pay pensioners in dollars

Ukraine`s pro-Russian rebels in battle-scarred Donetsk said Friday they had started paying dollars to pensioners who have been cut off from Kiev`s social benefits despite serving valiantly in Soviet-era wars.

Syrian Druze join battle to push back rebels in south

Members of Syria`s Druze minority have helped repel a rebel attack on an army base in the south, mobilising to confront insurgents including al Qaeda's Nusra Front who are trying to build on gains against President Bashar al-Assad.

Rebels lose ground at southern airbase: Syria

 Government forces have wrested back control of part of al-Thaala military airport in southern Syria from rebels after air force jets pounded the base, a monitor said on Friday.

Myanmar rejects claims Indian forces cross border in pursuit of rebels

Myanmar has rejected assertions that Indian armed forces entered the country earlier this week in pursuit of separatists, saying foreign fighters would never be allowed to use Myanmar territory to stage attacks. 

Rebels declare `unilateral ceasefire` with Myanmar army

Rebels who have fought Myanmar`s army along a rugged border area with China for four months declared a unilateral ceasefire Thursday, after fighting left scores dead, threatened a nationwide peace pact and spilled over the frontier.

Yemen's Hadi says 'no negotiations' with rebels in Geneva

Yemen's exiled president took a hard line on Monday ahead of weekend peace talks in Geneva, ruling out negotiations with Iran-backed rebels and denouncing Tehran's "dangerous" meddling in his country.

Latest FARC attack leaves Colombia town without water

FARC rebels blew up a water plant in southwestern Colombia, military officials said Saturday, in the latest alleged attack by the guerrilla movement on the nation`s infrastructure.
 

Mali govt, rebels agree security deal as step to peace accord

Mali`s government and Tuareg-led rebels agreed on a ceasefire in a strategic town and on more political guarantees on Friday, steps towards a UN-brokered peace accord to end decades of uprisings in the northern region the separatists call Azawad.

Shelling from Yemen kills Saudi border guard, wounds 7

Saudi Arabia's state news agency has reported that shelling from Yemen has killed a border guard and wounded seven as a coalition the kingdom leads continues to target Shiite rebels there.