Russia says Syrian army controls 96% of Syrian territories despite ISIS attacks
Russia has said the Syrian army controls 96% of Syrian territories after kicking out militants. Vassily Nebenzia, Russia's envoy to the UN Security Council, said 1,400 cities and towns were freed from terrorists with the help of the Russian army.
Nebenzia said ISIS recruits children under 12 to carry out terrorist attacks.
UN Undersecretary-General for counterterrorism Vladimir Voronkov said ISIS poses a great challenge and threat to the world, citing its regional terrorist network.
Earlier, ISIS claimed responsibility for the stabbing to death two persons in Paris. A third was injured in the terrorist attack.