Syrian Warplanes Approach Border; IAF DeployedNo contact between two air forces, but it was a close call.
IDF Kills 2 Hezbollah Terrorists Planting Bomb on Syrian BorderSoldiers clash with terrorists who tried blowing up border fence on Golan Heights.
Powerful Explosion Heard in Golan HeightsExplosion near IDF vehicle on patrol near the Syrian border causes no injuries. IDF investigating.
IDF Changes Rules of Engagement Along Syrian BorderThe continued spillover of the fighting in Syria into Israel has caused the IDF to change the rules of engagement along the Syrian border.
FSA: 'The Fall of the Regime Is a Question of Months'With the Damascus regime losing control of the country, the Syrian rebel army gains confidence
Syria to Refugees: Time to Come HomeSyria's interior ministry on Thursday called on refugees who escaped to Turkey, Jordan and Lebanon to come home
U.S. Proposes New Resolution on SyriaNew resolution has Security Council demands an end to violence in Syria, both by government and opposition fighters.
Syrian Gov't Forces Kill Leading ActivistsFour leading anti-government activists were killed Thursday by Assad loyalist forces in an ambush in the northwestern Idlib province.
Russia Suspected of Sending Ammo to AssadRussia last week managed to outsmart the EU sanctions against Syria and slipped a ship filled with bullets through to the port of Tartus.
Slaughter of Innocents Continues in SyriaAt least 16 people died Sunday by mid-day in Syria, including two who were tortured by government forces, human rights activists said.
Arab League Meets to Decide: Time to Invite UN to Syria?The Arab League is meeting in Cairo Sunday to decide whether it's time to invite the United Nations to join its mission to Syria.
Syrian Air Force Colonel DefectsA top Syrian Air Force colonel has defected to the opposition along with dozens of other soldiers, Arab media reported Saturday.
Syria: Damascus Terror Attack Leaves 25 DeadAt least 25 dead and dozens wounded after a suicide bomber hits a busy Damascus intersection.
Dozens Die Ahead of Monitors' Arrival in SyriaNearly two dozen Syrians were killed Monday as more Arab League monitors were scheduled to arrive in the country.
Arab League Sends Advance Team to SyriaThe Arab League has sent a 10-member advance team to Syria to ensure that monitors will have free access across the country.
5 Iranian Technicians Kidnapped in SyriaFive Iranian electrical engineers have been abducted in Syria by unknown gunmen in the central city of Homs.
Syria: Security Forces Fire at Protesters Around the CountryAt least one person dead in Syria as security forces open fire on anti-government protesters at several locations around the country.
Syria Death Toll: 1,000 Dead in 10 DaysThe UN Security Council has been warned: Syrian citizens are dying by the thousands -- 1,000 in the first 10 days of December.
Chinese, UK Oil Firms Shut Down Operations in SyriaTwo foreign oil firms close their Syria operations in response to EU sanctions imposed on the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
Syrians Vote Despite Battles in the StreetSyrians went out to vote in a nationwide municipal election Monday, despite continued violence and a feeling the polls were useless.
Syrian Military Defectors Battle Loyalists Near JordanArmy defectors battled their former compatriots Sunday in one of the fiercest battles to wrack the country in Syria's emerging civil war.
Syrian Opposition Calls General Strike, Fears BloodbathSyrian opposition forces call a general strike hoping to hasten the ouster of President Bashar al-Assad, despite fears of a bloodbath.
Syria: Deaths Continue, Opposition Warns of Impending MassacreAt least 30 people die in protests across Syria, as opposition warns that Assad is planning a massacre in Homs.
Syrian Oil Pipeline to Homs Blown UpThe oil pipeline leading from eastern Syria to the central city of Homs was blown up on Thursday, destroying supplies to the city.
Syrian FM: Assad's Words Distorted by State DeptSyria's Foreign Ministry is working on damage control, denying President Assad refused to take responsibility for the actions of his troops.
Assad Tells ABC: 'We Don't Kill Our People'Syrian President Assad tells ABC's Barbara Walters, "No government in the world [would] kill its people unless it's led by a crazy person."
Assad's 'Mexican Standoff' with the Arab LeagueSyria's president accepts monitors to ensure his troops end violence, but only if the Arab League agrees not to enforce its own deal.
US, French Ambassadors Return to DamascusThe U.S. and France have both returned their ambassadors to Damascus this week as the world hopes to see democracy in Syria.
Syria Accepts Arab League ObserversSyria has aquiesced to an Arab League ultimatum to accept a delegation of observers, or face U.N. involvement.
Assad Ignores Arab League Ultimatum, 25 More DieSyrian President Bashar al-Assad has not responded to an Arab League deadline to sign its initiative to end the violence against its people.
Russia Delivers Anti-Ship Cruise Missiles to SyriaDespite the ongoing crackdown on protesters, Russia has delivered anti-ship cruise missiles to Syria.
Arab League Adds Travel Ban, Tightens Sanctions on SyriaThe Cairo-based Arab League has tightened its sanctions on Syria, listing 17 high-ranking officials on a travel ban to other Arab nations.
Kuwait Warns Citizens 'Leave Syria Now'Kuwait warned its citizens Thursday to leave Syria "to ensure their safety" while they still can.
Turkey Hits Syria with SanctionsTurkey has struck Syria with a list of economic sanctions designed to break the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
EU Adds More Sanctions Against SyriaOne day after the Arab League imposes sanctions against Syria, the European Union adds to those it has already levied on Damascus.
UNHRC Charges Syria's Assad with Crimes Against HumanityThe UN Human Rights Council has decided Syrian President Bashar al-Assad is guilty of crimes against humanity committed by his troops.
'No-Fly' Zone for SyriaWith the blood-drenched soil of Libya barely dry, Syria is poised to face the same fate as Arab nations plan a "no-fly zone."
UNESCO Accepts Syria for Human Rights CommitteesUNESCO's executive board has unanimously approved Syria's membership on two human rights committees.
Turkey: Syria at 'Point of No Return'Turkish President Abdullah Gul warned the Royal Society Wednesday in London that Syria has “come to a point of no return.”
UAE, Morocco Condemn Embassy AttacksSyrian regime loyalists stormed the embassies of the United Arab Emirates and Morocco Wednesday in Damascus over the Arab League suspension.
BBC: Jordan's King Advises Assad to ResignJordanian King Abdullah II has publicly called for Syrian President Bashar al-Assad to step down in an interview with the BBC.
Turkey Evacuates Diplomats' Families from DamascusTurkey has decided to evacuate the families of diplomats in Damascus after its embassy was attacked.
Armed Mobs Storm Foreign Embassies in SyriaViolent armed mobs stormed foreign embassies in Damascus and Latakia on Saturday, hours after the Arab League suspended Syria.
Syrian Opposition Group Meets with Arab LeagueA Syrian opposition group is set to meet with the head of the Cairo-based Arab League Wednesday to discuss the nation's worsening violence.
Arab League Warns 'Catastrophe' Imminent in SyriaArab League secretary-general Nabil el-Arabi warns that a "catastrophic" situation is imminent in Syria.
China Special Envoy Will Attempt to Help on Reasonable DemandsChina is trying to mediate between the Assad regime and a responsible opposition but the opposition may be bogus.
UNRWA: Syrian Forces Killing PalestiniansAgency "gravely concerned" about heavy gunfire by Syrian forces in the Palestinian "refugee camp" in Latakia.
Syrian Navy Shells Latakia, Death Toll RisesSyria's navy shelled Latakia killing at least eight as the brutal crackdown in the scenic coastal city enters its second day.
Assad Calls Off Hama SiegeTroops loyal to Syrian President Bashar Assad pulled out of the central city of Hama after a bloody 10 day siege.
Assad Keeps Shooting as Protesters Flood StreetsTens of thousands of protesters flooded Syria's streets after Friday prayers despite the bloody five day crackdown in Hama.
Arab Masses Criticize Syria While Their Leaders Remain SilentAssad's crackdown on protesters in Hama has been met with criticism by Arab masses in other countries. Their leaders remain silent.
EU Expanding Sanctions After Hama MassacreThe European Union added five Syrian officials to its list of sanctions following the slaughter of 140 in Hama.
Assad Praises Army for Hama SlaughterSyrian president Bashar Assad praised his army for the slaughter of at least 84 protesters in Hama; blames "conspiracies."
New Syrian Law Allows Formation of Political PartiesSyrian cabinet passes law that would allow the formation of new political parties...so long as they pledge allegiance to Assad.
Assad Sacks Another Governor as Violence ContinuesSyrian President Bashar Assad replaces the governor of Deir al-Zor as protests against his regime continue in full force.
Iran Says Syrian Turmoil an Israeli-American PlotIranian officials visiting Lebanon warn that Syria's internal unrest is the result of an American-Israeli plot; warn Lebanon to be 'vigilant.'