Washington has a lot of influence on countries like Qatar, which is reportedly the main source of weapons and support for the Syrian rebels, so they are not absolved from responsibility, Russia’s ambassador to the UN Vitaly Churkin told RT.
At least 12 Syrian forces killed in two bombings targeting military compound in city of Palmyra, activists say.
The Israeli attack last week on a Syrian convoy of antiaircraft weapons appears to have damaged the country’s main research center for work on biological and chemical weapons, according to American officials who are sorting through intelligence repor
New Plan Calls for Ground Invasion, Occupation of 'Buffer Zone'
Israel's defense minister strongly signaled Sunday that his country was behind an airstrike in Syria last week,
Syria's embattled President Bashar al-Assad has accused Israel of trying to "destabilise" his country.
Peace envoy Lakhdar Brahimi urges UN Security Council to set the agenda for a peaceful solution to the Syria conflict.
The Syrian announcement of an Israeli air strike on a military site near Damascus Wednesday, Jan. 30, drew strong condemnation from Moscow the next day: “Such action if confirmed would amount to unacceptable military interference ....
Syria has filed an official complaint to the United Nations over an Israeli airstrike on a military research center near Damascus. The move followed a threat from Iran that Israel would face “serious consequences” for the attack.
Israeli Officials Refuse Comment Amid Conflicting Stories of What Was Attacked
The Russian Foreign Ministry has issued a statement expressing deep concern over Israel's airstrike on Syria saying that it violates the UN Charter
Al-Jazeera has gained exclusive access to a make-shift morgue in the Syrian city of Aleppo, where the bodies of dozens of young men are being held.
During President Obama’s first term, I represented members of Congress in challenging Obama’s unilateral intervention into the Libyan civil war without authorization of Congress. Our case was dismissed on standing grounds
In an interview with the New Republic, President Barack Obama explained that military "limitations" are a reason America can't intervene in Syria.
Amid growing fears that Syria's stockpile of unconventional weapons may fall into terrorists' hands, Hezbollah set up bases in Syria, an Israeli news site said.
Communities desperate as they are unable to cross into Turkey to seek refuge.
A presidential campaign was on, and it was no time for foreign adventures. Iraq was winding down; with any luck, Afghanistan would too. The United States had no dog in the Syrian fight and, besides, Washington — in an admission of incompetence — coul
Russia is sending two planes to Lebanon on Tuesday to evacuate more than 100 of its citizens from Syria, the Emergencies Ministry said, in the clearest sign yet that Moscow may be preparing for President Bashar al-Assad’s possible defeat.
The State Department is publicly discounting claims made by its own diplomats about a chemical weapons attack in Syria.
The Syrian military used an exotic chemical weapon on rebels during an attack in the city of Homs, some U.S. diplomats now believe.
Two explosions tore through one of Syria's biggest universities on the first day of student exams on Tuesday, killing at least 52 people and wounding dozens, a monitoring group said.
Syria's civil war is unleashing a "staggering humanitarian crisis" on the Middle East as hundreds of thousands of refugees flee violence including gang rape, an international aid agency said on Monday.
Rebels seized control of one of Syria's largest helicopter bases on Friday, opposition sources said, in their first capture of a military airfield used by President Bashar al-Assad's forces.
Iran's foreign minister on Thursday invited Egypt's president to visit Tehran again, a sign of improved relations between the two nations since an Islamist government took over in Cairo.
More than 2,000 prisoners incarcerated by the Syrian authorities were being released on Wednesday in return for 48 Iranians freed by rebels after five months in captivity in what appeared to be the biggest prisoner swap since the uprising.
Following suit with the US, Germany and the Netherlands have begun deployment of troops and Patriot missiles along the Syrian-Turkish border. Despite claims they will protect against a Syrian threat, some fear Turkey is now the real "security risk".