April 25, 2013
US President Barack Obama's declaration that evidence of chemical weapons use in Syria would be a "game changer" could soon be tested, after the French, British and Israeli governments claim they have seen evidence
The minaret of Syria's famous 12th-Century Umayyad Mosque in the northern city of Aleppo is destroyed as rebels clash with government troops.
April 24, 2013
American Secretary of State John Kerry urged NATO to consider its role should evidence emerge that chemical weapons are being used in the Syrian conflict
Hundreds of Europeans are fighting with rebel forces in Syria to topple the regime of President Bashar Al Assad.
Reports of the release of two bishops abducted by gunmen in a rebel-held area of northern Syria are denied by sources close to the pair.
April 23, 2013
The EU has decided to lift its oil embargo on Syria, in an effort to boost the opposition.
One fabricated photo and Jamal Suleiman is in hot water with supporters of the Syrian government. The actor denies claims that he sneaked into Syria to distribute some moola.
Syrian President Bashar Al Assad has used chemical weapons in Syria's two-year conflict, the Israeli military's top intelligence analyst said on Tuesday.
Lebanon has filed an official request to reduce transit transport fees with Iraq and Egypt, the National News Agency reported Monday, in a bid to cut export costs after major land export routes were brought to a halt by the ongoing violence in neighboring Syria.
Two Aleppian bishops were reportedly kidnapped by Syrian rebels on the outskirts of the city on Monday evening.
Two rockets have hit Lebanon in the latest round of cross-border fire.
The Syrian National Coalition’s interim president says the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah has declared war on the Syrian people.
April 22, 2013
Twitter accounts operated by the U.S. broadcaster CBS have reportedly been hijacked by pro-Assad hackers, in the latest cyber-attack apparently launched by a group loyal to the Syrian government.
Hezbollah and Iran are thought to be sending thousands of militants to support Syrian regime forces fight against the Western/Gulf-backed rebels
A large Lebanese delegation of around 50 political figures traveled to Syria for talks with President Bashar Assad Sunday in a move likely to raise tension in an already divided Lebanon over the crisis next door.