Reuters photographer named Bassam Khabieh captured an eerie scene in a Syrian town outside of Damascus on Friday.
The image shows local civilians inspecting, staring at, and walking by a missile that had been fired at the town by Russia or the Syrian regi
Islamist militants – with Turkish army support – are wreaking havoc with a pocket of peace and sanity in the Syrian warThree years ago the world watched a ragtag band of men and women fighters in the Syrian town of Kobane, most armed only with Kalashn
Yesterday the Government announced, with great fanfare, that Britain has now welcomed over 10,000 Syrian refugees under the Syrian Vulnerable Persons Resettlement Scheme launched in 2014. That is 10,000 people who will now have the chance of a better life
HOME Secretary Amber Rudd holds out the hand of hope as she says Britain is looking at resettling more Syrian child refugees. In a secret trip to a camp in Lebanon near Syria’s border, she revealed 10,538 vulnerable people had been granted refuge. The
Before a Russian mercenary attack on US and allied forces in Syria earlier this month, the Russian oligarch believed to control the mercenaries -- a man who the US special counsel indicted last week -- was "in close touch" with Russian and Syrian official
BEIRUT/ANKARA (Reuters) - The Syrian Kurdish YPG militia said on Thursday that fighters backing the Syrian government were deploying on the frontlines to help repel a Turkish assault, but that assistance would be needed from the Syrian army itself.
The Latest on Syria related developments (all times local): 12:35 p.m. Syrian opposition activists and paramedics are reporting a fresh wave of bombardment of the rebel-held eastern suburbs of the capital Damascus, saying 13 people have been killed.
GENEVA (Reuters) - U.N. Syria envoy Staffan de Mistura said on Thursday he hoped the U.N. Security Council would agree a resolution to end fighting in the besieged Syrian enclave of eastern Ghouta, but said it would not be easy.
ANKARA (Reuters) - Turkey warned on Wednesday that pro-Syrian government forces entering the northwest Afrin region to support a Kurdish militia there will face "serious consequences" and they will be regarded as legitimate targets.
ANKARA/BEIRUT (Reuters) - Pro-Syrian government forces entered Syria's northwestern Afrin region on Tuesday to help a Kurdish militia there fend off a Turkish assault, raising the prospect of a wider escalation of the conflict.