Pushback to report that Assad regime has killed thousands of detainees
The United Nations formally withdrew the offer Monday after Iran refused to accept preconditions
Long considered the insurgent's munition of choice, the regime is now turning to home-made barrel bombs dropped from the sky
Joins three Gulf states in announcing new help for war-torn country
But its World Food Program fears many more are still hungry
Dangerous chemicals shipped out as Assad's government indicate he will run for re-election.
FBI conducting round-the-clock surveillance of Americans returning home after fighting in Syria
Messy, factional strife in Syria—taking place as al-Qaeda emerges once more in Iraq—is playing into the hands of Syrian President Bashar Assad
Information harder to verify as bloody civil war drags on
Tehran snubs U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry's suggestion that it participate from the ‘sidelines’
Government accepts request from U.N. and OPCW
The pontiff has taken a personal interest in resolving the Syrian conflict
The group overseeing the process says it will still meet mid-2014 deadline of removing entire arsenal
It all started because Souad Nawfal wanted to wear pants. Every day the 40-year-old schoolteacher turned antiregime activist would go stand in front of the...
(GENEVA) — A growing body of evidence collected by U.N. investigators points to the involvement of senior Syrian officials, including President Bashar Assad, in...
The Syrian government said it will send a delegation to Jan. 22 peace talks in Geneva
Syria's new rebel alliance undermines the old rebel alliance
U.N. announces Syrian government and opposition will meet early next year
Their 35-minute powwow touched on international affairs but ignored the elephant in the room
Most death counts are from explosions