June 1, 2014
Lebanese authorities have asked refugees to refrain from entering Syria starting June 1 or risk losing their status in an attempt to organize the growing refugee crisis in the country.
May 31, 2014
Twenty civilians are believed to have been killed in Syria's city of Aleppo after militants bombarded several neighbourhoods with mortar shells.
The UNHCR has opposed plans by Lebanese authorities to build refugee camps close to the border with Syria due to security issues.
A four-year-old is said to be among the dead after Syrian militants attacked a residential area in Damascus Friday, killing at least two civilians.
May 30, 2014
Video footage has been released, allegedly showing the execution by Syrian militants of a teenage boy accused of robbery.
Germany's foreign minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier pledged $6.8 million to help support Syrian refugees and said he was hopeful other European countries would follow suit.
American officials confirmed that a U.S. citizen died in a suicide bomb attack while fighting alongside militants in Syria.
May 29, 2014
Up to 4,500 Syrians fled to Turkey in the past three days due to a high number of air strikes carried out by Assad's regime.
Lebanon’s Foreign Minister Gebran Bassil sought help from his Turkish counterpart to free two kidnapped Orthodox bishops in Syria along with a Lebanese cameraman.
Syrians in Lebanon rushed to the polls to vote in the presidential elections, but many speculate that they are voting out of fear.
Syria's economy, rocked by four years of civil war, is shrinking fast as industrial and agricultural output falls, leaving almost two thirds of the population in extreme poverty.
Air raids in Aleppo killed over 40 people on Wednesday.
In a recent documentary, the Syrian opposition claims it has already received training from the CIA. The opposition members said they were taken to Qatar by a group of Americans who taught them basic military training and outfitted them with military gear.
May 28, 2014
Sources from the European Commission said they are concerned about reports where Syrian refugees were allegedly denied vital healthcare treatment in Lebanon.
Pro-Assad voters stopped traffic in the streets of Beirut Wednesday amid a chaotic and disorganised day at the Syrian embassy.