Russia summons Israeli diplomat over Syria strike
MOSCOW - Russia's foreign ministry says the Israeli ambassador to Moscow was summoned to explain an exchange of fire last week between Israeli jets and Syrian government forces. Russia is a top ally of Syrian President Bashar Assad and has provided ...
Israel-Syria Feud Takes New Turn
Israel says it has foiled a Syrian missile threat
Russia summons Israeli ambassador to explain air raids in Syria
'I filmed the Syrian boy pulled from the rubble - his wasn't a rare case'
His emergence from the debris was captured by local journalists who filmed the rescue, and the ordeal of the boy and his family. The pictures were broadcast around the world on Thursday as a symbol of the unrelenting, indiscriminate suffering of Syria ...
5 reasons why the Syrian civil war won't end anytime soon
The Boy in the Ambulance
Battle for Aleppo: Photo of shocked and bloodied Syrian five-year-old sparks outrage
Along Syria-Jordan Border, Refugees Struggle At A Camp Aid Workers Can't Visit
In the middle of the desert, hundreds of miles from the nearest city, 60,000 Syrians are camped out along the Syrian and Jordanian border in what has become one of the biggest and most desperate refugee settlements in the region. Few outsiders have ...
Syrian army retakes Damascus areas captured by rebels
BEIRUT - Syrian government forces on Monday regained control of parts of Damascus that were attacked and captured by rebels and militants the previous day, with the two-day fighting leaving dozens dead on both sides, the military and an activist group ...
Can Syrian rebels build on their Damascus attack?
Al-Qaida steps up violence against Syrian government
Syria conflict: Aircraft pound rebel-held eastern Damascus
Syria war: Russia denies aiding Kurds to set up a military base
Russia is helping Syrian Kurdish YPG forces to establish a military base in northern Syria that will be used to train its fighters, the militia says. But Russian officials have insisted there are no plans to open new bases in Syria and the one near ...
US-allied Kurd militia says struck Syria base deal with Russia
Syrian Kurds say Russia to build base in Afrin
Russia Sets Up New Military Base in North Syria, Kurds Say
Saving Syria's heritage: Archaeologists discover invisible solution
The recent plundering of priceless artefacts from Syria and Iraq by both terrorists and criminal gangs has taken place on an unprecedented scale. Stolen items have been turning up in Europe and the US, where they have then been offered to private ...
The Five Most Shocking Moments From the New Documentary 'Cries From Syria'
For Cries From Syria, a riveting new documentary on the Syrian conflict now available on HBO, Evgeny Afineevsky collected never-before-seen video clips from activists, civilians, and rebel forces and interviewed the people present. The result is ...
My Word: Tragedy in Syria continues unabated, must be stopped
The paradox facing Syria's lost generation
I Visited A Syrian Refugee Camp, And Here's What Business Leaders Should Know
Foreign Policy (blog)
The Syrian Refugees Coming Home to Armenia
Foreign Policy (blog)
Khachig Manuel, 56, only has a single item to remind him of his former life in Syria — a gold-framed photograph of himself in happier times. Taken during a party to celebrate his engagement in 1993, the image now hangs in his living room in Yerevan, ...
Pentagon assessing reports of civilian deaths after airstrike in Syria
The Pentagon said Monday it is looking into whether an airstrike targeting al Qaeda leaders last week in northern Syria killed civilians. Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis told reporters Monday U.S. Central Command (Centcom) is assessing reports of ...
New York Times
Syrian Defectors Urge Trump to Fulfill Vow to Create Safe Zones
New York Times
WASHINGTON — It was July 2014 when the Syrian defector, using the pseudonym Caesar, last slipped into Washington. Wearing a hood to hide his identity, the defector, a former Syrian police photographer, explained to a congressional committee how he ...