May 6, 2013
Alleged attacks "open the door to all possibilities", Syria's information minister says, as Arab League urges UN action.
May 5, 2013
Israel's military deploy a rocket defense system to the north of the country following reported Israeli airstrikes in neighboring Syria, reports say.
Iran reassures its support to the Assad regime, saying it is ready to train Syria's army if there is a need but without any involvement in the operations.
Syrian state TV says Israeli rockets have hit an army research center near Damascus, as huge explosions shake the outskirts of the capital.
May 4, 2013
Residents of the Sunni districts in the city of Banias in Syria on Saturday were fleeing their homes, amid fears of a massacre that occurred in a nearby village.
Israeli airplanes have allegedly launched an airstrike inside Syria, targeting Hezbollah-linked chemical weapon delivery systems
May 3, 2013
Syrian regime forces engaged in fierce fighting with the rebels in the coastal town of Baida on Thursday, amid reports of a death toll in excess of 100 and executions.
May 2, 2013
Jamal Suleiman plays the womanizer in his latest greatest Ramadan drama "Nuqtat Daef" (Weak Spot), directed by Ahmad Shafiq.
On Wednesday 8 May, a concert featuring classical pieces and traditional Syrian music will be put on at the Cairo Opera House.
May 1, 2013
Samer Al Masri's life is reportedly under threat following the much-loved Syrian actor's public declaration of support for the Syrian opposition.
The Syrian National Coalition (SNC) denounces remarks made by Hezbollah leader Hassan Nasrallah as “nothing but threats,” warning against the Lebanese Shia group’s intervention in the Syrian conflict.
U.S. President Barack Obama is gearing up to send lethal weapons to the Syrian opposition, according to senior administration officials speaking to The Washington Post on Wednesday.
Hezbollah leader Sayyed Hasan Nasrallah said Tuesday President Bashar Assad’s government could not be toppled military and his allies would prevent such an outcome from ever happening.
April 30, 2013
U.S. President Barack Obama said Tuesday the United States has not been standing by idly as the Syrian situation unfolded as he described the use of chemical weapons as a "game changer".
What started as school children spray painting anti-Assad messages on a wall in Syria's southern city of Daraa has entered its third year of violent conflict. The UN estimates that over 70,000 have been killed in the fighting, with over 1.4 million fleeing to neighboring countries.