November 6, 2013
Another tragedy has struck the Suliman household: Jamal Suliman's father has passed away in Damascus today.
After months-long investigations, Turkey arrested and detained 16 suspected Al Qaeda terrorists throughout the country.
The Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons, the international body responsible for the destruction of Syria's chemical weapons, told reporters that its funding for the mission will finish by the end of this month.
With skepticism about whether the Syrian government has been completely transparent about its chemical weapons stockpiles, accuracy checking is in full swing by OPCW officials.
Developments favorable to the regime and Central bank intervention has helped the severely weakened Syrian Pound surge against the US Dollar.
November 5, 2013
The proposed Geneva II peace conference hoped to end the conflict in Syria will not take place in November as originally hoped, according to Russia's Itar-Tass news agency.
Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov on Tuesday said that all of Syria's neighbours -- including Iran -- must be invited to the Geneva II peace talks that world powers hope to hold later this month.
Diplomats meet in an attempt to establish salvaging discussion on peace in Syria. Several parties still unwilling to pull up a chair for a seat at the compromise table.
Iran’s semiofficial Mehr news agency says a commander in its Revolutionary Guard has been killed in Syria.
November 4, 2013
Syria government vows to vaccinate all children after cases of polio emerged in the country's northeast.
The Turkish army seized a large amount of chemicals from a convoy attempting to illegally enter the country from Syria.
Amal Arafa is back to acting and her upcoming project is one to look forward to.
Suicide bomber kills 4 in central Syrian town east of Homs, official says.
John Kerry, on one of several stops on his Middle Eastern tour, has just landed in Saudi and will be expected to discuss Middle Eastern relations overall with local Saudi leadership.
A mortar shell hit Damascus' ancient citadel late on Sunday evening, wounding several people as fighting between supporters and opponents of Syrian President Bashar Assad raged across the capital.