By Kayla Ruble
There are reports that a gas attack hit a village in the central province of Hama on Friday, with both the Syrian government and rebel forces blaming each other for the incident.
By Lara Jakes, Associated Press
WASHINGTON -- A chemicals weapons attack in Syria last summer that the U.S. says killed more than 1,400 people was the world's worst human rights violation of 2013, the Obama administration concluded Thursday. The report by the State Department also…
By Ellen Rolfes
At least 175 rebel fighters were killed, and many more wounded, on Wednesday in an ambush in Damascus, according to Syrian Arab News Agency.
The 2013 Nobel Peace Prize was awarded to the Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons for its work to enforce the Chemical Weapons Convention. The group has gained attention recently for its assignment to destroy Syria’s chemical weapons arsenal.
Amateur videos show scores of Syrian civilians suffering after what opposition leaders say was a deadly, poisonous gas attack by government forces outside the capital city of Damascus. As in past accusations, Syrian government officials are denying any use of…
Can the U.S. Avoid 'Slippery Slope' to Deeper Engagement in Syria?…
In other news Thursday, housing sales were up 0.8 percent in February 2013, the fastest increase in three years. The rise was attributed to record-low mortgage rates and job growth. In Syria, a suicide bomber hit a mosque in Damascus,…
By Larisa Epatko
"As in the ruins of Beirut, Sarajevo or Stalingrad, it is a sniper's war; men stalk their fellow man down telescopic sights, hunting a glimpse of flesh, an eyeball peering from a crack," writes Reuters photographer Goran Tomasevic about Syria.
The explosion of at least three car bombs rocked the Syrian capital of Damascus, killing more than 50 people and injuring hundreds. Lindsey Hilsum of Independent Television News reports. Margaret Warner talks with Zeina Karam of the Associated Press about…
Damages mount in Syria as fighting between government and anti-government forces continues for nearly two years.
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