Kerry blames Assad government for stonewalling latest Syria peace talks
Kerry appears to be trying to tighten diplomatic pressure on President Bashar al-Assad and reach a political settlement that can end government attacks on rebel-held areas.
Syria peace talks in Geneva break off, no new date set
UN Syria peace negotiator tells all sides to reflect on responsibility in talks deadlock — the Syrian regime says it already has: it's US and Israel's fault.
From Syria with love (VIDEO)
Syrian activists released a video as a small reminder of a populace trying to hold on to hope amid reports of massacres, starvation, bombardment, and displacement.
In Lebanon, reactions from 5 people who face terror threats daily
Their attitude is inspiring, which isn't to say you'll agree with their politics.
Syrian forces step up assault near Lebanon border, activists say
Such border clashes risk fueling sectarian tensions in Lebanon, where Sunni-Shia divisions deepened by the conflict have already triggered instability.
Syrian government and opposition meet face to face in Geneva
The UN said Syrian authorities had detained 336 men who left Homs and were still questioning most of them without direct supervision by any neutral third party.
Aid groups evacuate 300 more Syrians from Homs as peace talks begin (VIDEO)
Peace talks between the Syrian government and opposition began again in Geneva, Switzerland on Monday, with mediator Lakhdar Brahimi meeting both sides separately.
Hundreds of civilians evacuated from Syria's Homs
Five men were killed when one besieged district was hit by mortar fire as Sunday's evacuation operation got under way.
Pretty much every dangerous material you can think of is being shipped through the Bosphorus
The amazing thing is that this is entirely legal.
Syria starts evacuating civilians from war-torn city of Homs
Homs governor Talal Barazi said earlier that the first group of evacuees from Homs would include children under 15, men over 55, and women.
Hermel: The Lebanese town where visitors are potential killers
In 2012, seven people in the United States died in terrorist attacks: roughly 1 in 45 million. Imagine living somewhere where that rate is over 11,000 times higher — per month.
Syrian rebels call for new assault on Aleppo
'All military forces in their bases should head to the front lines, otherwise they will be questioned and held accountable,' a joint statement from the Islamic Front and Nusra Front said.
Syria chemical attacks: The controversy continues
An MIT report claims the White House almost entered a war based on erroneous data — again.
Al Qaeda says it has no links to ISIL in Syria
ISIL 'is not a branch of Al Qaeda, has no links to it, and the (Al Qaeda) group is not responsible for its acts,' said Al Qaeda in a statement.
A day after Syria peace talks, barrel bombs kill 85 in Aleppo
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said at least 85 people were killed, including 65 civilians, 10 of whom were children.
Syria won't talk unless Kerry says he's sorry
Syria's foreign minister said US Secretary of State John Kerry must apologize for saying Assad 'will not be part' of any transitional government.
Syria peace talks do little to stem violence, with 1,900 killed as leaders talk
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said nearly 1,900 people were killed in Syria, while peace talks took place in Geneva.
The Syrian government is razing entire neighborhoods — and that's not the half of it
A new report shows the Syrian government has been bulldozing the suburbs around Damascus.
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.