UN: medical evacuations in Syria to begin FridayUN hopes to use Russian-led Syria ceasefire for medical evacuations, food, and supplies.
Assad: Photo of 5-year-old Omran was 'forged'Syria's President says photo of 5-year-old who covered in dust and blood in Aleppo had been manipulated.
'Russian bombing in Aleppo amounts to genocide'Watch: Middle east expert speaks about Russia’s goal to restore it’s position as a leading player in the area.
UN says 8-hour Aleppo ceasefire not enoughUN welcomes eight hour ceasefire announced Monday by Russia but says it's not enough time to deliver humanitarian aid.
IDF asks Russia to revise coordination in SyriaRussian media reports the IDF approached Russia to request new coordination procedures after Russia stationed S-300 missiles in Syria.
West considering sanctions over Aleppo bombingUnited States, Britain and Western allies considering imposing sanctions against economic targets in Syria and Russia.
Talks on Syria end with no breakthroughTalks between Washington, Moscow and Syria's neighbors end within hours.
Turkey helps fight ISIS in SyriaTurkey helps Syrian rebels clear out ISIS strongholds in northern town of Dabiq.
Chief Rabbi: Syrians suffering 'small Holocaust'Sephardic Chief Rabbi Yitzhak Yosef says Syrians 'may not be our friends, but they are human beings,' calls upon Jews to speak out.
Analysts: Russia is ready for warUS, Russia inability to do right in Syria may be a symptom of a bigger problem, analysts say.
Assad: No contradiction between Israel and ISISSyria’s President claims Israel is supporting the "terrorists" in his country, including jihadist groups like ISIS.
Austrian teen jihadists given custodial termsThree Austrian teenagers given custodial terms for trying to join ISIS jihadists in Syria.
Moscow offers 'safe withdrawal' for Aleppo rebelsRussia offers rebels safe passage out of Aleppo for rebels as Western countries criticize Russian attacks in Syria.
Syria: 20 killed in car bomb blastAt least 20 people killed in a car bomb blast near the town of Azaz in Syria's Aleppo province.
Putin cancels visit to France amid row over SyriaRussian President cancels visit to France after Francoise Hollande says Russia helped Syria commit a war crime in Aleppo.
Russia carries out its heaviest strikes on AleppoNewest Russian raids in Aleppo kill at least 12 civilians.
UN chief calls for Syria war crimes investigationBan Ki-moon again asks the Security Council to formally request that the ICC begin investigations of war crimes in Syria.
ISIS confirms death of its propaganda chiefISIS confirms Wa'il Adil Hasan Salman al-Fayad died, a month after the Pentagon said he was killed in an air strike in Syria's.
Jordan allows aid to refugees stuck on borderJordan announced Monday that it would allow aid deliveries to thousands of refugees on its border with Syria.
ISIS bombing plot foiled in GermanySyrian man tied to ISIS terror group nabbed after massive manhunt.
Israelis pray for well-being of Syrian civiliansShivi Froman spearheads campaign for Israeli Jews to pray for the well-being of Syrian civilians on the holiest day of the Jewish calendar.
Russia vetoes UN resolution on AleppoFor the fifth time in five years, Russia vetoes UN draft resolution on Syria.
Assad: 'No option' but to expel rebels from AleppoSyrian President warns rebels in Aleppo that unless they agree to a deal, his forces would have "no option" but to expel them from the city.
Syria to reduce its bombardment of AleppoSyria's army surprisingly announces it is reducing its bombardment of rebels in Aleppo.
Washington mulling new options for SyriaState Department spokesman says American agencies are considering a variety of options to deal with the crisis in Syria.
Russia sends S-300 system to SyriaRussia sends the S-300 anti-missile system to its naval facility in the Syrian city of Tartus.
Catholic leaders call for 'safe zone' in AleppoAs Syria's Aleppo continues to be ravaged by war, Catholic leaders called to give the city a break.
Syrian government offers rebels state passageAs Syrian government and allied forces advance toward Aleppo, rebels are offered state passage and aid supplies.
Ban orders inquiry into bombing of aid convoyUN Secretary-General announces a board of inquiry will investigate the bombing of an aid convoy in Syria.
UN: Aleppo facing a 'humanitarian catastrophe'United Nations aid chief warns that Aleppo faces a humanitarian catastrophe "unlike any" witnessed so far in Syria's brutal five-year war.
Kerry: We're close to ending talks with RussiaSecretary of State John Kerry warns that Washington is “on the brink” of ending its talks with Russia on the Syrian conflict.
Aid delivered to besieged Syrian towns70 trucks of humanitarian aid delivered to four besieged towns in Syria for the first time in almost six months.
EU: Aleppo attack a breach of international lawTop EU officials say attacks on civilians in the Syrian city of Aleppo amount to a "breach of international humanitarian law".
UN chief appalled by 'chilling' attacks on SyriaBan warned that "the apparent systematic use of these types of indiscriminate weapons in densely populated areas may amount to war crimes"
ISIS uses chemical weapons in Syria8 people were wounded on Friday when ISIS used chemical weapons in Aleppo.
Syria making 'great strides' in war: FM tells UNThe Syrian foreign minister, took the podium at the United Nations after a week of intense diplomacy failed to revive a ceasefire deal.
Lavrov: Syria ceasefire must be salvagedRussian Foreign Minister tell UN that agreements aimed at ending the war in Syria must be salvaged.
UN extends Syria chemical weapons probeUN Security Council gives panel investigating chemical weapons use in Syria another month to complete its work.
Syrian army launches new offensive on AleppoSyria's army announces an offensive to retake the rebel-held east of Aleppo, days after ceasefire fell apart.
UN deputy says peace talks could resume in 'weeks'After the breakdown of the Syrian ceasefire this week, UN envoy said he hopes peace talks could resume in coming weeks.
U.S. concludes Russia attacked Syrian aid convoyOfficials say the United States has reached the preliminary conclusion that Russian warplanes bombed aid convoy in Aleppo.
Syria: 12 killed as aid convoy attacked18 trucks in a 31-vehicle convoy delivering aid attacked in Aleppo.
War crimes investigators seek out Syrian refugeesUN war crimes investigators asked European countries to allow them access to Syrian refugees who could help them document war crimes.
'Concern about Turkish incursion in Syria'Watch: Top Israeli expert Dr. Jonathan Spyer believes that Israel has very good reason to be concerned regarding current situation in Syria.
Experts: Full ceasefire in Syria - highly unlikelyILTV reports on tensions on the northern border with Syria which remain higher than ever as the Iron Dome missile system has been deployed.
Syria accuses the United States of supporting ISISSyria's UN ambassador claims the United States wants ceasefire to fail, after American air strike accidentally hits Syrian soldiers.
U.S. apologizes after air strike hits Syrian armyPentagon admits coalition fighting ISIS may have struck Syrian military positions in Deir Ezzor.
UN inquiry blames Syrian army for chlorine attacksUN inquiry identifies two Syrian Air Force helicopter squadrons and two other units in chlorine gas attacks, says Western diplomat.
U.S.: No aid? No cooperation with Russia in SyriaKerry tells Russian counterpart there will be no military coordination in Syria until regime forces there allow aid into besieged cities.
ISIS information minister killed in SyriaCoalition air strike in Syria kills Wa'il Adil Hasan Salman al-Fayad, considered ISIS's information minister.
Russia says Syria truce deal is one-sidedRussia says ceasefire deal in Syria is one-sided.
Druze to Eizenkot: Guard our brothers in SyriaDruze leaders met with the IDF Chief of Staff, requesting aid for their brothers on the Syrian border.
Fragile truce in Syria extended by 48 hoursThe fragile truce in Syria has been extended for 48 hours under an agreement between Moscow and Washington
UN envoy lauds significant drop in Syria violenceUN's Syria envoy applauds a fall in violence through the first 24 hours of ceasefire, but says aid convoys have not yet deployed.
Death toll in Syrian war passes 300,000More than 300,000 people have been killed in Syria since March 2011, according to latest toll by the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights.
IDF attacks in Syria following latest 'spillover'Israel Air Force targets artillery positions of the Syrian regime after three projectiles hit Israel.
3 mortar shells explode in the Golan HeightsIn what is becoming a repeated occurrence, 3 mortar shells fired from Syria explode in Golan in what appears to be unintentional fire.