As Russian-mediated negotiations fall through, southern Syria sees highest level of violence in two-week offensive
After months of denying that any civilians died, the US-led coalition in Syria finally recognized that its strike on a school in March 2017 killed dozens of civilians.
Syrian army troops came close to the Jordanian border on Thursday as the opposition and Russia agreed to resume suspended talks on a deal to end fighting that has sparked one of the fastest displacements in the course of the conflict.
Lindsey Graham’s incursion into the Syrian city of Manbij, where he tried to secure a jackpot by playing the Kurdish card, highlights America’s confusing Mideast policy, but it also brings more trouble to the Syrian stalemate.
The Israeli Supreme Court suspends planned demolition of a Bedouin village in the West Bank.