March 19, 2014
Russia and Syria have slammed the United States for its decision to close Syrian embassy and consulates in the country, saying that it proves "Washington is seeking a regime chance in Damascus".
After taking over the last rebel stronghold on the Lebanese border, Syrian regime forces continue to advance and have taken control of several strategic mountains and hills near the former rebel area of Yabroud.
Israeli forces attacked Syrian army positions overnight Tuesday in response to this week's Golan Heights bombing that left four Israeli soldiers wounded.
U.N. aid flows resumed in the besieged Yarmouk camp in the suburbs of Damascus this week, ending a two-week suspension due to security conditions.
Damage from Syria's war stands at an estimated $31 billion as the conflict enters into its fourth year.
March 18, 2014
Five rockets have targeted Syria's main transit port for its chemical weapon destruction since the start of the month.
The U.S. has decided to suspend all operations of the Syrian Embassy in Washington as well as its consulate counterparts in Michigan and Texas.
The fate of Qalamoun is critical for both regime and opposition forces due to its strategic placement, both physically and chronologically in Syria's ongoing civil war.
The Israeli army released a statement via Twitter blaming Tuesday's explosions in Golan Heights on the Syrian government.
Javad Zarif said Iran is willing to help with any "logical attempts" to end the conflict in Syria.
No yachts, top line electronics, or fancy cars for Asala Nasri on her dream getaway. She wants to be in a land of peace, quiet, and fresh food.
Syrian regime forces began an assault Monday on the last rebel-held areas in the Qalamoun mountains, strategically located on the Lebanese border, after overrunning a key opposition bastion.
March 17, 2014
A car bomb in Homs killed six Monday.
Security sources reported Monday that three rockets launched from the Syrian-Lebanese border struck the village of Nabi Othman earlier in the day.
UN High Commissioner for Refugees Special Envoy and Hollywood actress Angelina Jolie spoke out for those suffering the ravages of civil war in Syria.