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These 5 Cities Matter Most in the Fight Against ISIS

ISIS is losing territory on all fronts. But what comes next?

‘This Is a Forged Picture’: Bashar Assad Disputes ‘Boy in the Ambulance’ Account

Syria's leader slammed the image as a fake, against the accounts of eyewitnesses in Aleppo

Russian and Syrian Warplanes Halt Airstrikes on Aleppo Ahead of Temporary Truce

Moscow will open humanitarian corridors out of the city for civilians and rebels

Progress Unclear After 4½ Hours of U.S.-Led Talks on Syria

The meeting concluded without apparent plans for a news conference, a joint statement or anything else that might signify a success

Labawat al-Jabal: A Druze Female Militia in Suwayda’ Province

By Aymenn Jawad Al-Tamimi Female fighters in the Syrian civil war are foremost associated with the Kurds, in particular the YPJ division of the Democratic Union Party (PYD)’s armed militias. Indeed, a female role in fighting fits inShow More Summary

Syrian President Bashar Assad Says Aleppo Will Serve as the Springboard for Victory Over Rebels

His forces have encircled the eastern half of Aleppo, besieging over a quarter of a million people

Go Inside an Underground Amusement Park in Syria

"I think a picture of a child laughing or smiling is a very valuable thing"

Rebel Advances in Central Syria Set Back by Infighting

It's a recurring theme of opposition discord and rivalry that Assad has exploited throughout Syria's 5-year-old civil war

Syrian Man Arrested in German Bomb Plot Kills Himself in Prison Cell: Officials

German authorities have said they believe he had links to ISIS and was thought to be planning to attack a Berlin airport

Airstrikes in Syria’s Aleppo and Shelling in the South Kill 20

Fighting on a number of fronts across the country has intensified in recent weeks following the collapse of a U.S. and Russian-brokered cease-fire

Putin Cancels France Trip After President Hollande Accuses Russia of War Crimes in Syria

Tensions are high after Russia vetoed a U.N. Security Council resolution demanding an end to air strikes over Aleppo

How Will the Syrian Crisis End? – By Ehsani2

How Will the Syrian Crisis End? By Ehsani2 @EHSANI22 For Syria Comment – October 10, 2016 Westerners find it hard to believe that a crisis, such as that afflicting Syria, cannot be stopped. “Surely, someone can and must do something” is the consensus thinking. Show More Summary

Vladimir Putin and Recep Tayyip Erdogan Bury the Hatchet in an Istanbul Meeting

The leaders are on different sides in Syria's civil war, but share an interest in getting past the 2015 shoot-down crisis

Russia Vetoes UN Resolution Demanding End to Aleppo Bombing

The Security Council vote was 11 countries in favor, two against and two abstentions

John Kerry Calls for War Crimes Investigation Against Russia and Syria

Kerry says the attacks against Syrian civilians are "way beyond" accidental

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