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Arizona Republican Sen. John McCain suggested Saturday that efforts to end Syria's roughly 3-year-long civil war are on the brink of failure and the crisis is worsening, following a second round of stalled talks. The second round of Syria peace talks
The UK and France have blamed the Syrian government for the collapse of peace talks with the opposition in Geneva. "The responsibility for it lies squarely with the Assad regime," UK Foreign Secretary William Hague said. His French counterpart,
AP Syrian citizens ride in the back of a truck with their belongings after fleeing Yabroud, the last rebel stronghold in Syria's mountainous Qalamoun region, as they drive towards the Lebanese-Syrian border town of Arsal in eastern Lebanon, on Feb.
Al-Arabiya quoted Free Syrian Army sources Friday in a report stating that the regime forces of Syrian President Bashar Assad are operating a network of doctors and military officials, responsible for illegally harvesting organs and selling them for
After serving for years as the main conduit for weapons and cash to rebels battling Syria's Bashar al-Assad, Saudi Arabia is shifting its policy to contain the spread of Islamist militancy at home, diplomats and figures close to the goverment say...
Almost 94 people, including 12 children and 6 women, were killed in attacks by President Bashar al-Assad's regime across Syria on Monday, according to the Syrian Network for Human Rights. Out of the 94 people killed in the attacks, the organization
In Deir Ez Zour province ISIL forces are yesterday and overnight into Monday reported to have withdrawn completely, abandoning checkpoints and the Al-Jafro and Konku oilfields after 25 of their fighters were arrested, 20 killed and one of their
UN envoy Lakhdar Brahimi held separate closed-door meetings with delegations representing the Syrian regime and the opposition. In an apparent sign of a lack of progress, however, Brahimi called off his scheduled afternoon press conference. Syrian
Six hundred people left the besieged ruins of rebel-held central Homs yesterday, escaping more than a year of hunger and deprivation caused by one of the most protracted blockades of Syria's devastating conflict. The evacuees, mainly women, children
Meanwhile, the Britain-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said radical battalions took control over Ma'an and killed 25 people of the Alawite minority, an offshoot of Shiite Islam which the ruling elite in Syria belongs to. The Observatory