Syrian Govt 'Mop-up' in Homs: Executions and RapeSyrian government forces refuse to allow Red Cross workers into Homs as they continue “mop-up” operations: raping and murdering civilians.
Trapped French Journalists Escape SyriaAfter being trapped in Homs for days, French journalists Edith Bouvier and William Daniels reach Lebanon.
Journalists in Syria: 3 Dead, 3 Out, 2 MIAsIn less than a month, three journalists have been killed, three managed to escape and two are still missing in action in Syria, one wounded.
Syria: 144 Dead as New Constitution ApprovedAt least 144 people died across Syria on Monday, mostly in Homs. Bodies of dead journalists still trapped in besieged city.
Assad Claims New Constitution PassedThe Syrian gov't says 90% of voters approved a new constitution giving Pres. Bashar al-Assad 14 more years. Forty people were killed.
Syrians Vote on New ConstitutionSyrians cautiously went to the polls Sunday to vote on a new constitution that would keep President Assad in office until 2028.
Syria: Red Cross Enters Besieged Homs NeighborhoodRed Cross aid workers entered a besieged neighborhood in the Syrian city of Homs, negotiating to evacuate the wounded there.
UN Panel May Accuse Assad of War CrimesA UN commission of inquiry has quietly submitted a sealed envelope listing Syrian leaders who may be accused of crimes against humanity.
Veteran American Journalist Dead in SyriaA veteran American journalist was killed and a second seriously wounded by the Syrian Army in Homs. A French photographer also died.