November 16, 2013
U.N. chief Ban Ki-moon urges Hezbollah to withdraw its fighters from Syria.
November 15, 2013
Norway on Thursday announced it will help the U.N. eliminate the Assad government’s chemical weapons.
Lebanon's caretaker Foreign Minister Adnan Mansour says Syria crisis will be addressed at the third Arab-Africa summit to be hosted by Kuwait from November 19 to 20.
November 14, 2013
Two bombings and mortar fire killed three and wounded 22 near the Ummayad mosque in Syria's capital.
Long-delayed Geneva II conference aimed at ending Syria's civil war will take place on December 12.
During a rare public speech, Nasrallah vowed to keep his forces in Syria where they are fighting alongside President Bashar al-Assad's regime.
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During a confused state in the hospital under anesthesia, a rebel fighter called out opposition cries in efforts to save himself thinking he had been captured by the enemy. When ISIS militants heard the outcry, they beheaded the fighter on the spot.
Syrian's main opposition group, the Syrian opposition National Coalition, told reporters Wednesday that Kurds' decision to declare their autonomy earlier this week was "hostile" to the Syrian people and cause.
During a rare live appearance from Beirut's southern suburb neighborhood of Rweiss on November 13, 2013. Nasrallah argued that failure to strike a deal with ally Iran over its nuclear programme would spell 'war in the region.'
November 13, 2013
President’s Assad’s forces captured a suburb south of Damascus. This victory is the latest in a series of gains that government forces have made in recent days.
Russia may donate $2 million to the UN chemical watchdog mission responsible for eliminating Syria's chemical weapons and is ready to offer expert help as well.
November 12, 2013
Kurds in Syria's northeast region announced Tuesday that they have formed a transitional autonomous administration.
At least 16 people were wounded in Damascus Tuesday from rebel mortar fire.
Syrian troops and rebels clashed outside of southern Damascus Tuesday and Syria's Al-Watan newspaper criticized the regime in a rare move for the paper considered "close" to the government.