Al-Quriya town fell to Daesh extremist group in 2014.
Concerned were raised hours after an opposition group to Syrian President Bashar al-Assad claimed the bombs were used in Russian airstrikes that killed at least one dozen civilians in Allepo.
June 25, 2016
Khaled al Issa died from injuries Friday after an IED hit his home.
June 24, 2016
The Syrian town of Daraya was hit by barrel bombs the day after a UN aid airdrop.
June 23, 2016
Jordanian government spokesman Mohammed Momani said that with the border area sealed, aid agencies would have to find another way to send food and water to the stranded refugees.
The Syrian Democratic Forces fought Daesh militants in the western district of Manbij on Thursday.
Video footage from the Rukban camp shows refugees chanting, "We want water," while multiple residents of the camp said that they have started to drink polluted water, the Associated Press reported on Wednesday.
Kuwait's UNHCR office announced a partnership with Jordan to help register and monitor Syrian refugees within the country.
June 22, 2016
Jordan met with international delegations to reroute humanitarian aid through other channels after closing the border with Syria.
Syria's President Bashar al-Assad has tasked the country's Electricity Minister Imad Khamis with forming a new government on Wednesday.
It comes days after Daesh attacked Russian and government forces, pushing them back from Raqqa.
UN envoy Stafan de Mistura also expressed his hopes for resuming peace talks.
In response to the car bomb that killed six Jordanian border guards, Jordan has sealed the border with Syria until further notice.
June 21, 2016
Jaberi Ansari replaces Abdul Lahyan as the deputy foreign minister for Arab and African affairs.
A car bomb went off on the Syrian side of the border early Tuesday, killing and injuring several guards.
The Lebanese Shia group has been fighting alongside Assad's forces in Syria since 2011.
June 20, 2016
Ramtha residents report an increase in Syrian regime shelling across the Syrian border in Daraa.
Turkish military sources said Daesh targets were preparing to launch rockets into Turkey.
While rumors abound about al-Nusra Front’s desire to create an Islamic emirate in Syria, the al-Qaida affiliate isn’t likely to do so any time soon, argues Syrian analyst Haid Haid.
Sixty civilians have been killed by Turkish border guards trying to enter Turkey this year.
June 19, 2016
Bashar al Assad gets surprise visit from Russian Defence Minister, tries to act like everything's cool
He apparently didn't expect such a high ranking officer to turn up for a chat.
Participation in the tournament was a precondition in qualifying for the upcoming 2016 Olympic games that will take place in August in Rio de Janeiro.
Turkish guards open fire on Syrian refugees at border, killing nine members of one family and leaving eight others injured.
June 18, 2016
Mortar attacks by militants in Syria’s largest city of Aleppo have cost the lives of seven civilians and injured more than 15 others.
June 17, 2016
UN aid convoys reached previously-blocked areas in Daraya and Douma, with hopes of reaching an addition 75,000 with current convoys.
June 16, 2016
Syrian swimmer Yusra Mardini, who has been picked for a 10-strong team of refugees for the Rio de Janeiro Olympics, admitted Thursday that she had huge problems owing a media hype around her.
Lebanese forces arrested a man who admitted to being a member of Nusra Front and plotting an attack on an army checkpoint.
The UN formally classified Daesh's actions against the Yazidi minority as genocide, war crimes, and crimes against humanity.
The most searched word is a heartbreaking commentary on life in the war-stricken country.
More than 3,000 Arab and Kurdish fighters are leading the operation to retake the 60-mile strip of land on the border.
Russia is reinstating a ceasefire in Aleppo for two days to reevaluate the the armed violence and alleged rocket attacks by Nusra Front militants.
June 15, 2016
The Belgian counter-terrorism agency received information about militants traveling from Syria to Belgium and France to conduct attacks in crowded areas.
The Syrian regime claims German and French special forces are fighting militants in Kobani without coordinating with Assad's troops.
A report from a major campaigning group argues that the United Nations has lost “impartiality, independence and neutrality in Syria”.
UNHCR director for the Middle East and North Africa, Amin Awad, criticized international donors on their "collective failure" to deliver on pledges made to help countries which bear the heaviest burden of the Syrian refugee crisis.
The reports come a week following reports published by the Iraqi Al-Sumariya television about the injury of Baghdadi by an air strike conducted by the U.S.-led coalition. However, the coalition could not confirm the reports.
June 14, 2016
The Daesh leader was reported to be injured in Raqqa, Syria, last week but officials could not confirm if he was fatally wounded.
Omar Mateen, the shooter in the Orlando attack that killed 49 people at a nightclub, claimed to support multiple militant organizations - that were in direct conflict with each other.
The Jordanian government is issuing a new document to verify the legal status of Syrian refugees living outside of camps.
June 13, 2016
Syria Today tweets video of a soldier hugging his dad for the first time since Daesh took over Manbij.
Syrian government forces have stepped up their attacks on opposition-held areas lately.
June 12, 2016
Amal will represent Yazidi women kept as sex slaves by ISIS.