Government delegates and opposition representatives return to Geneva for another round of what is likely to be a long, drawn-out and ineffectual process
Humanitarian aid workers struggled through gunfire to deliver aid and evacuate 611 starving civilians
(BEIRUT) — Hundreds of civilians were evacuated Sunday from the besieged city of Homs, braving gunmen spraying bullets and lobbing mortar shells to flee as part of a rare three-day truce to relieve a choking blockade.
In the north, government aircraft dropped so-called barrel bombs — crude weapons packed with explosives, fuel and …
The violence could derail delivery of aid to starved civilians
The Russians help deliver a humanitarian aid agreement in one Syrian city. Can they bring an end to the war?
With no punishment for falling behind on getting rid of its chemical weapons, the Assad regime has no reason to step up the pace
Claim to have received hundred of thousands of dollars from the U.S. after negotiations with President Bashar Assad broke down
Children used as civilian shields, tortured and sexually abused, says report
Pages that helped start the uprising are being shut down
More than half of the country’s physicians have left just when they are most needed
After a protracted turf battle, the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria finds itself on the outs. That will likely make things even more dangerous
Deaths come just days after fruitless first round of peace talks end
Latest figures from anti-Assad group show at least 498 civilians killed since Jan. 22