May 29, 2013
A Free Syrian Army official on Tuesday gave Lebanese Shiite group Hezbollah 24 hours to leave Syria, warning that the FSA will "take all measures to hunt Hezbollah, even in hell" if they do not leave.
May 28, 2013
Anmar al-Hmoud, spokesperson for the Higher Committee for Syrian refugees in Jordan, told Al Bawaba that the border remains open to all refugees.
Deputy Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Ryabkov says that the sale of S-300 anti-aircraft missiles will go ahead and claimed they would prove a stabilizing factor in the conflict
The number of refugees crossing into Jordan dropped drastically 9 days ago, after reports of an intense government offensive across southern Syria.
The European Union decided on Monday to lift an arms embargo on the Syrian opposition while maintaining sanctions on the Syrian government
The attack took place around 3 am at a checkpoint in Arsal, with the gunmen speeding towards Syrian territory after the attack
John McCain on Monday met with Syrian rebel leaders as he entered the war-torn country, becoming the highest ranking US official to hold discussions with anti-Assad forces.
May 27, 2013
French newspaper Le Monde reported that one of its photographers covering the conflict had suffered respiratory difficulties and blurred vision after government attacks
Backed by the US, Britain and France are leading calls for the arms embargo to be amended
A female journalist for Syria's state run television station, Al Ikhbariya, was killed in the Syrian town of Qusair on Monday.
After four days of negotiations in Istanbul, the Syrian opposition failed to reach a consensus on its own make-up, with religiously moderate elements being sidelined
Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah can be seen in a video recently made public, believed to have been made in 1988, showing him talking of his wishes to make Lebanon part of a Greater Islamic Republic.
The rocket attacks comes a day after two Grad rockets struck the Hezbollah stronghold in southern Beirut
May 26, 2013
Free Syrian Army denies it had anything to do with the double rocket attack on the Hezbollah stronghold of southern Beirut
Walid Muallem was speaking in Baghdad after he made a surprise visit to the Iraqi capital on Sunday