April 22, 2013
Syrian government troops seize a town near Damascus, killing over 80 people, including women and children, opposition activists say.
April 21, 2013
Eight Syrians at the overcrowded Zaatari refugee camp in Jordan have been arrested on suspicion of inciting violence, say Jordanian officials.
The project was completed in Beirut, which has become popular with Syrian artists fleeing the violence at home
Stars in the Arab celebosphere aren't normally happy to share the spotlight with anyone but Syrian actress Kinda Alloush welcomes a bit of healthy competition.
Eight smiling faces shine on the stage of the second season of Arab Idol, while another 19 wait on pins and needles to find out if they will be the final four selected by judges.
April 20, 2013
Legendary director Mohammad Al Naqli has revealed the final details for his upcoming Ramadan drama spectacular.
April 18, 2013
Syrian actress, Suzan Skaf, has recently released pictures showing off her new look after becoming the first Arab artist to fully shave her head for an acting role.
April 17, 2013
In a TV interview on state al-Ikhbariya channel Assad said that the West would pay dearly for funding Al-Qaeda as it did in Afghanistan. He also emphasized that his army's priority was protecting civilian lives, while lashing out at neighbor Jordan for supporting rebels across the borders.
Syrian activists say a regime rocket attack on Wednesday morning on a village near the central city of Homs killed at least seven people.
The performance of a Syrian contestant on one of the most-watched entertainment shows in the Mideast has generated political arguments and threats against him but the wannabe star says he was singing only for Syria.
The UN-Arab League envoy to Syria feels his neutrality has been compromised by Arab bloc's moves to recognize Syrian opposition
April 16, 2013
After the deplorable attacks at Monday's Boston Marathon, will Americans empathize more with Iraqi and Syrian bombing victims
Syria’s central bank set the exchange rate of the pound at $95.30 Monday, in a move aimed at propping up the country’s currency after it lost nearly half its value since the start of the ongoing conflict in 2011.
At least 2,300 people have died under torture in Syria’s prisons since the outbreak of the war, the Syrian Network for Human Rights reported Monday.
The heads of five major UN agencies on Monday issued a rare joint appeal to the intentional community to act immediately to save Syria from "disaster".