More than two years after it took place, a deadly plane crash continues to divide Poles as a conspiracy theory begins to gain ground
Syria’s opposition needs to be more representative and inclusive, say U.S. officials mindful of the dangers of an increasingly sectarian civil war. But the scale of the challenge in creating an opposition that draws in ethnic and …
As Turkey and Syria trade fire, the one war Turkey is already fighting — its conflict with the Kurdistan Workers’ Party — has become the most violent in more than a decade
Several days of cross-border shelling raise tensions between Ankara and Damascus. What are the dangers of escalation?
In Tal Rifaat, the Assad regime has been replaced by a local tribunal of clerics, guided by Islamic law and the pursuit of political reconciliation
Optimism and Islamism take root in the Free Syrian Army-controlled corridor that runs north to the Turkish border
Ankara has been a key backer of Syria’s rebellion, but the prospect of an Iraq-style autonomous Kurdish zone has Erdogan threatening to intervene