In violation of international law, NATO-backed terrorists plan civilian airport raids.
From a one-room office in an unfinished glass tower three blocks from the White House, an amorphous network of activists is doing what the Obama administration will not: attempting to arm the rebels trying to overthrow Syria’s government.
Saudi Arabia has gone on the offensive against Iran to protect its interests. Their involvement in Syria is the first battle in what is going to be a long bloody conflict that will know no frontiers or limits.
Supporters of the Syrian government hacked the Web site of Amnesty International, posting items that falsely accused the rebels of a string of atrocities. The sophisticated cyberattack was similar to the targeting of Reuters news service.
Assad's Foreign Minister gives his first interview to a Western journalist since the conflict began
An underground network of Syrian opposition activists is receiving training and supplies of vital equipment from a combined American and British effort to forge an effective alternative to the Damascus regime.
Leaders of 120 countries have gathered in Tehran to attend 16th summit of the Non-Aligned Movement.
In late August the Pentagon announced a contingency plan is in place for seizing Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal should President Obama order them to do so, and that the plan involves sending “small teams” of special operations forces into Syria.
The US Navy is cutting short home leave for the crew of one of its aircraft carriers and sending them back to the Middle East next week to counter any threat from Iran. Defence Secretary Leon Panetta told sailors aboard the USS Stennis they were need
Almost three years ago I wrote an analytical piece on the concept of deliberately engineering wars, big and small, by elitists to distract the masses away from particular global developments that work to the benefit of the establishment power structu
Says Govt. Will Discuss 'Any Issue' in Talks
Syria is preparing to complete a deal with ally Russia to secure much-needed oil products to keep its economy and military running, the head of a Syrian delegation to Russia said on Tuesday, weeks after he said an agreement had been reached.
Escalating violence and a vicious cycle of retaliation could leave Syria ungovernable even if a winner finally emerges from President Bashar al-Assad's battle with rebels.
United Nations military observers left Damascus on Monday after a four-month mission in which they became helpless spectators of Syria's spiraling conflict, instead of monitoring a ceasefire between President Bashar al-Assad's forces and rebels.
Jordan’s information minister says 4 Syrian rockets have fallen on a northern Jordanian border town, slightly wounding a 4-year-old girl. Sameeh Maaytah says the Jordanian girl was treated for shrapnel wounds and then released from the hospital.
Terrorists already meet with rebels “every day,” coordinate bombings
Iranian meddling in Syria is condemned, while US-backed regime change by proxy is just
Spokesperson of Free Syrian Army unit that planned Damascus bombings tells Al Jazeera they targeted military, not UN.
The United States will take on a “more visible” role in the Syria crisis in the coming weeks
The United States and Turkey indicated they were studying a range of possible measures over Syria, including a no-fly zone, as battles between rebels and President Bashar al-Assad's forces shook Aleppo and the heart of Damascus
US secretary of state meets with Turkish leaders as deadly clashes continue in Syrian city of Aleppo.
Former Algerian foreign minister Lakhdar Brahimi is expected to replace Kofi Annan as the new UN and Arab League envoy to Syria
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton on Tuesday issued a warning against anyone “attempting to exploit the misery of the Syrian people, either by sending in proxies or sending in terrorist fighters.”