Day 1,148: Rebels rig massive explosion in Aleppo, killing at least 50 soldiers
The Carlton Hotel was being used as a headquarters by the regime.
Day 1,147: Rebel evacuation of Homs commences
But is the city really about to welcome a bumper crop of summer sightseers?
Day 1,146: That truce in Homs is totally happening — sometime
Someone tell the provincial governor he doesn't do "reassurance" that well.
Day 1,145: It took barely four days for 1,000 refugees to show up at that new camp
A shocking measure of Syria's growing humanitarian crisis.
Day 1,142: Why it's hard to know how to write about the Syrian conflict
Civilian deaths occur daily at this point. How do you report the killings of one side without pointing out, for context, similar atrocities committed by the other?
Day 1,141: The photo from Syria that says it all — blood splashed over a classroom floor
Government forces dropped bombs on an elementary school yesterday. The blood is still visible in one of the destroyed classrooms.
What a giant new refugee camp looks like
The Azraq camp in Jordan opened yesterday, to accommodate the ever-higher number of Syrians fleeing their country.
Iraq is among the countries where genocide is most likely to happen
These 9 countries are the world's most dangerous for minorities.
Telegraph says it has 'unequivocal' proof the Assad regime launched chlorine attacks
Syrian rebels and activists alleged President Bashar al-Assad's regime launched chlorine gas attacks at least three times in the last month.
Day 1,140: Crucifixions, chlorine gas, and a new refugee camp
The hellish news from the past 24 hours.
Day 1,139: A boy's trip to the hospital
Mortar attacks in Damascus and multiple explosions in Homs kill dozens.
Day 1,138: A new week after a grim weekend
The bombardment of Aleppo intensifies, a chemical weapons deadline is missed, and Iraq strikes a convoy.
Britain can't figure out how to stop its citizens from joining the war in Syria
The government tries to combat recruiters' alluring messages from the front lines.
Day 1,134: Is the US government communicating with Syrian rebels via YouTube?
Meanwhile, the UK asks Muslim women to persuade their sons not to go fight in Syria.
Day 1,132: Maybe the US really is mulling sending manpads to Syria
In other news, most everyone thinks the election planned for June 3 is ridiculous.
Day 1,131: One weapon could change the course of the Syria conflict
Meanwhile, a date is set for the presidential election.
This is how Assad celebrates Easter
Another chance to look the part of savior.
4 French journalists freed in Syria give reason for hope
Their release follows that of Spanish journalists in March. Taken together, the two releases could signal a change of tactics by kidnappers in Syria.
4 French journalists freed in Syria after 10 months
President Hollande said they are 'in good health' and headed back to France.
Day 1,128: The UN can't get its act together, and Syria is a bad place to be young
The two themes of the day.
Day 1,127: Remember the Arsenal soccer player among Syria's rebels? Analysts have been studying his accent
So this is what 'British and foreign security services' do all day?
Day 1,126: What just happened on the Jordan-Syria border?
Jordan attacked a convoy of vehicles attempting to enter the country from Syria this morning.
Day 1,125: What a monastery looks like after becoming a battleground
Government forces took the Christian town of Maalula yesterday. Here are the photos.
Day 1,124: Stomach-turning reports of torture in Syria
"They pulled out two of my toenails with a plier."
Day 1,121: How much help is the US really giving Syria's rebels?
A few reports from the past 24 hours shed light on the question, but raise a few questions of their own.
Day 1,120: Rebel infighting kills 24 while government forces take another town
Not a good day for the opposition.
Day 1,119: The Syrian conflict is filled with ... Australians?
So Australia's attorney general said Tuesday. It's sort of true. But a straight head count turns up more Belgians, believe it or not.
UN warns drought could push millions more Syrians into hunger
The threat posed by drought meant the number of Syrians in need of emergency rations could rise to 6.5 million.
Day 1,118: US and Turkey call claims Turkey manufactured Syria's chemical attack "baseless"
In other news, getting aid into Syria is hard, and it doesn't help when the UN is short on donor funds.
Day 1,117: Tony Blair thinks the West should have intervened in Syria
The former UK prime minister's comments come after a weekend of intense bloodshed.
Day 1,114: The Armenian community is officially angry about Syria
More specifically, Armenians suspect Turkey helped the Syrian rebels take the Armenian town of Kasab.