US blasts Syria for delaying removal of chemical weapons
Robert Mikulak, the US representative to the UN-backed Organization for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, said the process had 'seriously languished.'
20,000 people in Syria's Yarmuk camp face starvation
Seventy-eight people, including 25 women and three children, have died as a result of the shortages, according to the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
Turkey destroys Al Qaeda-linked convoy battling inside Syria
Turkish fighter jets destroy two trucks, bus belonging to Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL).
Both sides in Syria peace talks have agreed on basis for further talks
The Syrian opposition wants to address the question of a transitional governing body, while the government insists that the first step is to discuss 'terrorism.'
Syria: Popular media activist Raed Fares reportedly shot, but stable
The leader of a moderate Syrian media activist group known for its satirical posters and videos, Fares was reportedly shot in an alleged assassination attempt after returning from a short US tour.
Syria talks deadlocked in Geneva with each side accusing other of not cooperating
The Syrian regime's delegates presented a statement Tuesday condemning Washington: 'The United States has made a decision to resume arming terrorist groups in Syria.'
What it's like to be a veteran of Syria's civil war
As talks continue in Geneva, rebel amputees in Istanbul feel abandoned. No one is helping them pay for their medical care.
Women and children fearing for male relatives refuse to leave Syria's Homs
"One of the women who is desperate to go has been eating nothing but olives, one meal a day, for weeks."
The Syria peace talks are deadlocked, but both sides plan to stay
Asked if they were planning to leave the talks, Syrian Deputy Foreign Minister Faisal Muqdad said: 'Never! We shall not leave the table.'
Syria peace talks to focus on prisoners in 2nd day
Their first discussions Saturday centered on sending aid to besieged residents in the embattled city of Homs.
New report shows horrific pictures of 11,000 executions in Syria
If authentic, this latest report shows the killing and torture has reached a far greater scale than the international community could have imagined.
The Seattle Seahawks hacked CNN last night
Or so it suddenly seemed on Twitter.
The Syrian government and opposition will meet face-to-face on Saturday
Earlier, Syria's Information Minister Omran Zoabi said the government would not accept the opposition's demands for the establishment of a transitional governing body.
Key players at the Syria peace talks in Montreux (PHOTOS)
The UN-led conference is aimed at finding a political solution to the three-year bloody conflict which has killed more than 130,000 people.
Why the Syria peace talks are probably doomed to fail
It's hard to reach a peace deal when most of those fighting aren't represented at the talks.
Syria peace talks are on, but Iran predicts failure
'Everyone knows that without Iran the chances of a real solution to Syria are not that great,' said Iran's deputy foreign minister.
Syria photos provide evidence of systematic torture and killing by Assad regime
The report shows evidence of starvation, strangulation and beatings, and features pictures of emaciated corpses with livid wounds.
Assad gives interview, says he sees 'no reason' why he shouldn't run for re-election (VIDEO)
Assad appeared at ease, wearing a navy blue suit and smiling regularly throughout the 45-minute interview.
Syrian government offers ceasefire plan, prisoner exchange
US Secretary of State Kerry said Syrian President Assad had no place in Syria's future, and warned the regime against diversion tactics.
Syria: President Assad's Instagram feed vs reality
Syria is a rosy place full of heartfelt prayer and helping children, with no sign of fighting anywhere.
Syria conflict by the numbers, through photos
United Nations Secretary General Ban Ki-moon says nearly half of Syria needs urgent humanitarian aid.
Nations pledge $2.4 billion in aid for Syria as UN issues distress call
Meanwhile, Assad's government said Western nations talked to Damascus about security cooperation against Al Qaeda-linked rebels.
Inside the Syrian refugee camps, a silent epidemic
The residents of Domiz escaped a civil war and economic collapse. Now they're confronting problems that are harder to talk about: the problems on the inside.
US, Russia call for 'local ceasefires' ahead of Syria talks
Kerry and Lavrov said they also discussed possible prisoner exchanges and the opening of humanitarian corridors to bring aid to the millions affected by the conflict.
Syria peace talks framed by suicide bombs and diplomatic moves
As John Kerry heads to Paris for Syrian talks, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights reports "16 suicide attackers" detonated explosives last week, and at least 700 killed in jihadists-rebel battles.
Syria government takes advantage as rebels battle jihadists near Aleppo
Syrian troops seize rebel-held town north of Aleppo and push toward the second city, taking advantage of fighting between rebels and jihadists.
41 Palestinians dead from hunger, medical shortages in Syria camp
A Syrian monitoring group said Friday it has documented the deaths of 41 Palestinian refugees in besieged Yarmuk camp as a result of food and medical shortages, including women and children.
Ghosts of battles past haunt Iraq
Analysis: Iraq today is witnessing the worst violence since the disastrous years of 2006 and 2007, when the country was on the verge of all-out sectarian war.
Here's everything you need to know about Syria's rebel groups, for now
In a civil war that's not just rebels vs. Assad, but also rebels vs. rebels and rebels vs. other fighters, keeping track of who's fighting whom is challenging to say the least.
Syrian rebels take ISIL's Aleppo headquarters
Infighting among Syria's rebel factions continued with the seizure of ISIL's headquarters, while the political opposition delayed the decision on whether to attend Geneva.
Islamist rebel chief calls for end to infighting in Syria
The chief of the Islamist rebel group Jabhat al Nusra called for an end to infighting on Tuesday, as the UN said it could no longer verify a death toll in the Syrian civil war.