May 16, 2013
Turkish police apprehended four suspects late Wednesday in connection with car bomb attacks in Reyhanli at the weekend
May 15, 2013
Syrian rebels placed car bombs outside a prison in Aleppo in an attempt to free some of its 4,000 detainees.
The UN General Assembly is set to vote on a draft resolution that would legitimize the Syrian National Coalition as party to a potential political transition
May 14, 2013
Putin and Netanyahu are meeting on Tuesday to discuss both parties' involvement in the Syrian conflict. Israel might try to talk Russia out of selling missile systems to Syria.
The video, which can't be independently verified, appears to show a man mutilating the corpse of a uniformed man, pulling out organs and placing the heart in his mouth
United States and United Kingdom leaders came together in Washington on Monday to discuss the current situation in Syria and their respective positions on how to involve all parties, including Russia, in finding a peaceful solution to the conflict.
May 13, 2013
"Sustainable peace is impossible without deliberately engaging women" writes Leigh Cuen
Moscow and Washington attempt to find a peaceful resolution to the Syrian conflict could be attended by Syrian opposition
May 12, 2013
Syria has denied being responsible for two car bombs which killed 46 people and wounded dozens more in a Turkish border town on Saturday.
Iranian Foreign Minister Ali Akbar Salehi made the remarks in an interview with German title Der Spiegel
The four UN peacekeepers were captured by Syrian rebels last week in the Israeli occupied Golan Heights
Turkish Interior Minister Muammer Guler blames groups supporting Syrian President Bashar al-Assad for the twin car bombings in Turkey on Saturday, which killed at least 43 people and left 140 wounded.
May 11, 2013
Two car bombs exploded outside government buildings in a Turkish border town Saturday, killing at least 40 people, the government said.
The US charge d’affaires to Lebanon met with PM Mikati and expressed concern that Hezbollah’s involvement in Syria could drag the country into conflict.
Lebanese President Michel Sleiman said on Friday that the only way to protect the country against Israeli aggression is to place Hezbollah's arms under Army control