Connect to share and comment
Six months ago the city of Maarat al-Nu'man was still functioning. Today it's rubble. It's a process that has played out over and over across Syria.
A significant blow to the Syrian regime, rebels say victory could help them gain full control over northwest Syria.
Sites in Syria dating as far back as Christ as are being leveled at alarming rates.
After Syria President Bashar al-Assad's first public speech in six months, Syrians reacted with disdain.
Don’t get fooled again. Here are the most popular dubious videos and images being passed around by the Assad regime and the opposition.
For three days, rebels had surrounded the town just across the border from Turkey before launching a full-scale attack on Friday.
Syria's violence has spilled over the border.
A group of Syrian Army soldiers, fleeing rebels in Syria, darted across the border with Turkey Friday.
If you want to get an idea of how bad it is in Aleppo, Syria, visit a hospital.
Giving up on the possibility of an internationally-enforced no-fly zone, rebels say they are left with no other choice.
The commander of Iran’s Revolutionary Guards said Sunday that their elite force troops are providing “non-military” assistance in Syria.
The full story behind the victims of a deadly tank attack — originally depicted in an iconic series of photos — on the front lines of Aleppo, Syria.
Against all odds, a toddler survives a bomb attack that killed his entire family in Aleppo, Syria. Many more have not not been so lucky.
Syrians fleeing the violence in their own country are causing a strain on their neighbors.
78,000 Syrian refugees have entered Turkey since the beginning of the conflict, the highest number of any neighboring country.
A second Ramadan passes in Syria, marked by bombs instead of fireworks.
Syrian state television has denied that al-Assad's second-in-command has defected.
Inside a tight-knit group of Free Syrian Army soldiers waging war against Bashar al-Assad's regime.
Some people even like the Syrian president. But they're afraid to admit it.
Now Islamists and secularists are scrambling to woo them into a majority coalition.