March 26, 2013
FSA chief Riad Al-Assaad was injured in a bomb attack in the Miadeen, Deir Ezzor.
March 25, 2013
Syria’s resigned rebel chief Moaz al-Khatib declared his intention on Facebook to make a speech “in the name of the Syrian people” at the Arab summit in Doha, where his country's seat at the Arab League has been officially suspended.
According to U.S. media reporters the Central Intelligence Agency is helping Arab countries increase their military aid to the opposition fighters.
A new wave of sectarian kidnappings took place around Arsal, a sensitive area in northeast Lebanon, on Sunday, a security official told AFP.
Afghan President Hamid Karzai will travel to Qatar within days to hold preliminary peace talks with the Taliban, the foreign ministry said on Sunday.
The man who was reportedly working for Israeli spy agency, Mossad, was said to be trying to recruit a double agent from the militant group when he was arrested.
On an unannounced trip to Iraq, Secretary of State Kerry tells the Iraqi PM that letting Iran use their airspace to send weapons to Assad is "problematic".
After shots are fired at Israeli troops in the occupied Golan Heights, the defense minister vows an "immediate" response.
The head of the rebel FSA faction's spokesman says he was wounded in blast near Deir Azzor in eastern Syria.
March 24, 2013
Protests led by the so-called March 24 movement spread across Amman.
Israel dismantles a Palestinian tent camp set up by activists protesting against Israel's plans to build a large settlement near East Jerusalem.
Syria’s opposition chief Ahmed Moaz al-Khatib has announced his resignation from the National Coalition.
At least 12 people have been killed in three days of fighting, as Syrian conflict erupts over the border
US Secretary of State John Kerry is in Baghdad on an unannounced visit.
Following the rocket attack on Israel's southern city, the zone is radically reduced.