Imad al-Alami, a senior Hamas figure, was declared a 'specially designated global terrorist' by the US in 2003 but was shot in the head earlier this month.
First proof links Syrian government chemical weapons stockpile to largest nerve gas attack in seven-year civil war.
The new footage was shared across various social media platforms in a bid to make up for the terror group's massive defeats in Syria and Iraq.
More than 300 people have been detained for criticising Turkey's offensive into Syria on social media, as the government cracks down on dissenters.
Kim Jong-un has nearly emptied an important "slush fund" inherited from his father with recent nuclear and missile tests designed to scare Donald Trump
Afghan authorities have raised the death toll from Saturday's suicide bombing in Kabul to 103, as hundreds of people gathered for funerals.
The bomb, which is cased in a structure that is 20 feet long and has a diameter of 31.5 inches, weighs 30,000 pounds and is heavier than an F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
Taliban kill at least 95 with suicide bomb in ambulance in Kabul, capital of Afghanistan, a week after militants attacked Intercontinental Hotel and took guests hostage.
At least 30 African refugees drowned after their boat capsized off the coast of Yemen, amid reports of gunfire being used against those on board.
Set up in 1940, Auschwitz became the centrepiece of Nazi Party dictator Adolf Hitler's "final solution" plan to exterminate the Jews.
Donald Trump's regime is "a danger to the world" and is attempting to "establish a mafia state", according to a hard-hitting speech by financier and philanthropist George Soros.
Russian President Vladimir Putin said Thursday (25 January) that modernised strategic bombers will boost Russia's military power.
North Korea's state media has said Pyongyang would 'smash' challenges against reunifying the Korean peninsula.
Turkey's president says Operation Olive Branch is progressing "successfully" and will continue until the last "terrorist" is eliminated.
Kim Jong-un's programme is "not directed at UK but should be taken very seriously" as many British citizens live in the region, defence minister Howe said.