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.
IDF denies Syria downed Israeli planes'Missiles were fired at our aircraft, but never threatened the targets.'
IDF attacks Syrian targets in the Golan HeightsAircraft from the Israel Air Force strike cannons belonging to the Syrian regime after mortar explodes in the Golan Heights.
'Last chance' ceasefire in Syria takes effectU.S.- and Russia-brokered ceasefire takes effect amid skepticism over how long it will hold.
Pentagon: ISIS spokesman killed in U.S. airstrikePentagon spokesman confirms ISIS spokesman Abu Mohamed al-Adnani was killed by an American airstrike in northern Syria.
Analysis: Ceasefire in Syria means time to reloadDr. Y. Blanga, historian and expert on Syrian affairs at Bar Ilan University, says the ceasefire won’t last.
'The solution is polygamy'Polygamy and divorce are on the rise in war-torn Syria.
Hardline Syrian rebel group rejects truceIslamist Ahrar al-Sham rejects truce in Syria brokered by the U.S. and Russia.
4th mortar shell falls in the Golan HeightsA mortar shell - the fourth in a few days - fell in the Golan Heights in Israeli territory. The explosive hit an open area.
Air strike kills top jihadist rebel commanderAn air strike near Syria's battleground city Aleppo killed the military leader of the largest rebel alliance.
US pushes Russia for 'true' Syria dealAhead of peace talks on Syria between the US and Russia, Washington is warning its patience is wearing thin.
Syrian regime denies using chlorineSyrian government denies it used chlorine gas in an attack in Aleppo, following which dozens were treated for breathing problems.
CIA chief: ISIS will remain a threat for a whileCIA Director John Brennan predicts that that ISIS will remain a threat in Syria and Iraq for quite some time.
Presidential nominee doesn't know about 'Aleppo'Libertarian presidential nominee Gary Johnson doesn't recognize the name of Syria's second largest city during a TV interview.
Top Syrian rebel commander killed in airstrikeLeader of Fateh al-Sham, formerly Al-Nusra Front, killed in an airstrike during a meeting of the group's leaders.
IDF attacks Syrian mortar launchersIsraeli Air Force launches airstrikes against mortar launchers belonging to the Syrian regime in the Golan Heights.
Britain, opposition plan for post-Assad SyriaBritish Foreign Minister Boris Johnson to meet Syrian opposition leaders to plan for gradual transition to democracy in Syria, sans Assad.
Syrian regime reportedly uses chlorine in AleppoDozens of people treated for breathing problems in Aleppo after regime helicopters drop barrel bombs which may have contained chlorine gas.
Erdogan proposes Syria 'no-fly zone'Turkish President says he proposed to both the United States and Russia the setting up of a no-fly zone in northern Syria.
IDF attacks in SyriaIDF forces attacked Syrian mortar enclavements in retaliation for mortar bombing in Central Golan Heights
Syria regime advances south of AleppoSyrian government forces advanced on Sunday south of Aleppo as they pushed to once again encircle rebel neighborhoods and reimpose a siege.
US, Russia negotiating Syria dealThe United States indicated Sunday it was close to a deal with Russia to stemp the violence in Syria's brutal civil war.
Erdogan: Kurds didn't move east of EuphratesTurkish President dismisses claims that the Kurdish People's Protection Units retreated east of the Euphrates River.
U.S. journalist flees Syria, arrested in TurkeyState Department says Lindsay Snell has been arrested in Turkey and charged with "violating a military zone" after she returned from Syria.
'Russia claim it killed ISIS spokesman is a joke'American officials laugh at Russia's assertion that it was responsible for the air strike that killed ISIS spokesman Abu Mohamed al-Adnani.
Iran to Turkey: Get out of SyriaIran claims Turkey's offensive "a violation of Syria's sovereignty," as Turkey marches deeper into Kurdish-claimed territory.
Russia rejects UN findings on SyriaRussia says findings of a UN-led investigation on Syrian chemical attack are not conclusive enough to trigger sanctions.
U.S. confirms ISIS spokesman was targetedAmerican official confirms international coalition targeted ISIS spokesman, but won't say whether he was killed.
Senior ISIS official killed in SyriaAbu Mohammad al-Adnani, ISIS leader and spokesperson reportedly killed in Syria.
How the Syrian war impacts the Middle EastWatch: ILTV speaks with Dr. Mordechai Kedar of the Bar Ilan University Begin-Sadat Center for Strategic Studies
UN awarded contracts to Assad associatesGuardian newspaper reveals the UN has awarded contracts to people closely associated with Syrian President as part of an aid program.
Turkey: Kurds must not reach the seaTurkey excuses recent raids on Kurdish forces by citing the dangers of a split Syria, as Kurds inch toward the Mediterranean.
Pentagon: Stand down, Kurds, TurksAs the US-backed Kurds and the invading Turks continue to scrap to the west of the Euphrates, the Pentagon tries to take tensions down.
France presses UN to condemn chemical attacksFrance pressing Security Council members to condemn the Syrian government over report that Syrian troops used chemical weapons.
Evacuation from Syria's Daraya beginsRebels and civilians begin evacuating the Syrian town of Daraya after a four-year army siege.
Barrel bomb attack in Aleppo kills 11 children15 civilians, including 11 children, killed in a barrel bomb attack on a rebel-held neighborhood of Syria's Aleppo.
U.S. calls for Assad to be held accountableWhite House says it is "impossible to deny" that Syria launched chemical weapon attacks.
UN: Both Assad and ISIS used chemical weaponsUN investigation finds Syrian President's forces carried out at least two chemical attacks, and ISIS jihadists used mustard gas as a weapon.
Pentagon to Syria: Don't fly near coalition troopsUnited States warns Syrian regime that it is prepared to shoot down planes threatening international coalition forces in northern Syria.
UN official blasts 'sinful' carnage in AleppoUN top aid official Stephen O'Brien voices anger at world powers' inability to agree on a truce to allow aid into Syria's second city.
Turkey sides with Syria against Kurdish stateTurkish PM Binali Yildirim: "absolutely unacceptable" for any Kurdish entity to be established in northern Syria, or any other region.
Iran: Russian forces 'inconsiderate show-offs'Defense Minister of Iran says Russia was showing off when it revealed that it used an Iranian airbase for bombing missions in Syria.
Truce in Hasakeh? Kurds deny a deal was reachedSyria's military says a truce deal was reached with the Kurds in the city of Hasakeh, while Kurdish source says talks are still ongoing.
Syrian pound drops sharply against US dollarThe value of the Syrian pound fell sharply over the weekend due to petroleum shortage as a result the war ravaging the country.
More than 300 civilians dead in AleppoMore than 300 civilians have been killed in a three-week surge of fighting and bombardment in devastated city of Aleppo.
U.S. scrambles jets to protect advisers in SyriaFighters sent to protect U.S. advisers working with Kurdish forces after Syrian regime jets bombed the area.
Russia: We did not bomb this boy's homeRussia says the viral Aleppo video shows a neighborhood out of bounds for its pilots, suggests rebel home-made rockets are to blame.
Watch: Too shocked to cryAn Aleppo boy sits alone and bloodied in an ambulance while rescue workers try to save his family from their bombed home.
Syria regime aircraft strike Kurds - a firstSyrian government aircraft bombed Kurdish positions in northeastern Syria, the first such strikes against a Kurdish-held area of Syria.
Amnesty denounces abuse in Syrian jailsAmnesty International says Syrian authorities are committing torture on a "massive scale" in government prisons.
How was wounded Syrian hurt by Israeli weapon?Israeli doctors surprised to discover that a wounded Syrian had been injured by an Israeli weapon.
Russia launches second Syria bombing raidRussia on Wednesday launched warplanes from Iran for the second time to bomb ISIS forces in Syria.
'Russian bombing from Iran unfortunate'United States bemoans Russia's use of an Iranian air base to launch a bombing raid in Syria, but says Moscow gave an advance warning.
Russian warplanes bomb Syria from Iranian baseRussian Defense Ministry announces that Russian air force used an Iranian base for an airstrike against Jihadist forces in Syria.