Questions over timing and intelligence behind late-night Trump statement warning Syrian leader following April’s sarin attack on Khan Sheikhoun The White House has declared that it believes Bashar al-Assad’s regime is preparing to carry...Show More Summary
A White House statement late Monday said President Bashar al-Assad of Syria appeared to be preparing a chemical weapons attack similar to the one in April.
The White House said that President Bashar al-Assad of Syria appeared to be preparing another chemical weapons attack, and warned that he would “pay a heavy price” if one took place, the New York Times reports. “Several military officials who [...]
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The White House said on Monday it appears the Syrian government is preparing for another chemical weapons attack and it warned Syrian President Bashar al-Assad he and his military would "pay a heavy price" if it conducts such an attack.
The White House issued an ominous warning to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad on Monday night, pledging that his regime would pay a "heavy price" if it carried out another chemical attack this year. In a statement, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer said that the United States had detected evidence of preparations for a chemical […]
The White House on Monday evening issued an ominous warning to Syria, accusing the regime of Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of preparing a potential new chemical attack. "The United States has identified potential preparations forShow More Summary
Over 10 months I was beaten, starved, whipped and given electric shocks, in brutal prisons in Syria. Now I am free, but my mind never will be For the 10 months I spent as a detainee in the prisons of Bashar al-Assad, I only saw my family in my dreams. Show More Summary
Bashar al-Assad is the enemy of all humanity, not just Syrians.
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad delivered prayers for Islam's Eid al-Fitr holiday in Hama on Sunday, the furthest he has traveled inside Syria in years, showing his growing confidence. State television broadcast footage of Assad standing...Show More Summary
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad led Eid al-Fitr prayers in the central city of Hama on Sunday, appearing in public outside the capital for the first time in a year. Assad's office published images of him praying inside the brightly-lit Al-Nuri mosque at dawn on Sunday before greeting worshippers outside. Show More Summary
BEIRUT (Reuters) - Syria's President Bashar al-Assad delivered prayers for Islam's Eid al-Fitr holiday in Hama on Sunday, state media reported, in a rare trip outside Damascus and what seemed to be his first visit there since Syria's war began in 2011.
By David Francis, Adam Rawnsley, and FP Staff U.S. taxpayers are helping Bashar Al-Assad in eastern Syria. Aide shipments heavily funded by American and European taxpayers are ending up in Deir Ezzor, where it’s helped the Syrian regime and its Russian and Iranian backers. FP’s Colum Lynch: “The feeding of Deir Ezzor provides a poignant...
France no longer sees the departure of President Bashar al-Assad as a priority in the Syrian conflict, President Emmanuel Macron said Thursday, making the policy official for the first time. The new French leader said instead that fighting...Show More Summary
While U.S. and U.N. provide humanitarian relief to Deir Ezzor, Syria starves civilians in opposition towns.
In a departure from previous French policy, President Emmanuel Macron endorsed Russia and Syrian President Bashar al-Assad's war against ISIS.
President Emmanuel Macron said in remarks published on Wednesday that he saw no legitimate successor to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad and that France no longer considered his departure a pre-condition to resolving the six-year conflict.
German media said the woman had sought asylum and had been attacked by other refugees.
Beirut- A military alliance fighting in support of President Bashar al-Assad said on Wednesday it could hit U.S. positions in Syria, warning that its “self-restraint” over U.S. air strikes on government forces would end if Washington crossed “red lines”. The threat marks an escalation of tensions between the United States and Iran-backed forces over control of […]
BEIRUT (Reuters) - A military alliance fighting in support of President Bashar al-Assad threatened on Wednesday to hit U.S. positions in Syria, warning its "self-restraint" over U.S. air strikes would end if Washington crossed "red lines".
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has said the worst of his country's six-year war "is behind us" after a string of advances by his forces backed by key ally Russia. In recent months, Assad's troops and allied fighters have retaken territory across the country, including recapturing all of Aleppo city in December after years of fighting. Show More Summary