Tehran regularly announces military advances that cannot be independently verified.
Fiji's military commander said on Tuesday that the Nusra Front has issued three demands for the release of the Fijian peacekeepers.
The hours-long clashes concentrated around the city's Benina airport.
The three militants were hiding in a farm that belongs to an Ansar Beit el-Maqeds leader.
Prime Minister Thomas Thabane called the actions a coup attempt but Lesotho Defense Forces.
The town is located near Amerli, where thousands of mainly Shiite Turkmen civilians were trapped by a jihadist siege.
I certainly don't rule out further military involvement but I do rule out combat troops on the ground, said Abbott.
Dozens of Filipino UN peacekeepers escaped the hot zone overnight after rebels rammed their Golan Heights outpost.
Some 400 hectares in the Etzion settlement bloc near Bethlehem were declared "state land, on the instructions of the political echelon.
Saudi Arabia's King Abdullah warned that the West would be the next Islamic State (IS) target unless swift action is taken.
Lesotho Prime Minister said, he has been removed from control not by the people but by the armed forces.
A member from the govt insisted PM Tom Thabane's government was still in control and the premier was "fine".
Announcement came three days after Libya's GNC named pro-Islamist figure Omar al-Hassi to form a 'salvation govert'.
ISIS stormed Tabqa airbase on Sunday and said it had captured and killed soldiers and officers.
The Observatory says heavy clashes were raging between the rebels and Syrian military in Jaba and the surrounding countryside.
"A full military reoccupation of Gaza was seriously considered," Israel's minister of intelligence Yuval Steinitz told BBC's HARDtalk.
Online pictures show militants gunning down kneeling soldiers, after capture of Tabqa air base near Raqqa city.
Iraqi warplanes carried out nine air strikes on Tuesday against the militants besieging Amerli.
Egyptian-mediated deal calls for an easing of Israel's eight-year blockade of the impoverished Gaza strip.
According to WHO, the Ebola outbreak has killed over half of the more than 2,600 people sickened.
More than 2,100 Palestinians have been killed in the conflict. On the Israeli side, 64 soldiers died.
An official announcement will be made in Egypt, where the agreement was mediated, a Hamas spokesman said.
The explosives-laden car went off during the morning rush hour in the main commercial area of the New Baghdad district.
Qatar threatened to expel exiled Hamas leader Khaled Mashaa if Hamas accepted an Egyptian peace proposal.
The executions raise the total number of Palestinian "suspects" paraded to their deaths to 25.
The tallest building ever to be brought down by Israel - It housed 44 families.
There was no immediate reaction from Israel, which has opposed involving the court.
The Israeli military said it bombed about 20 targets across the Hamas-dominated strip.
Hamas has warned that Israel will "pay the price" for killing the high-ranking leaders of its military wing.
Iraq's most influential Shiite cleric has called on the country's leaders to settle their differences in a "realistic and doable" manner.
The Hamas-run website said the 11 were killed and warned that the same punishment will be imposed soon on others.
A Gaza security official said the suspected informants were killed in the Gaza City police headquarters.
Israel killed three top Hamas military leaders in an airstrike on Thursday.
The official admitted that the group's military wing was behind the murders of the three Israeli teenagers.
Last month, many international airlines briefly suspended flights into Tel Aviv.
The death of the Palestinian teen sparked rioting and helped unleash the conflict under way between Israel and Hamas.