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UN: Nearly half of Syria population needs aid
More than 12 million Syrians need assistance, up from 10 million in July, UN humanitarian chief says.
Last updated: 26 Nov 2014 01:27 GMT
Ceasefire efforts continue amid Gaza deaths
Kerry in Cairo for second time to broker deal as new Israeli bombardment kills at least 30 Palestinians.
Last updated: 24 Jul 2014 12:40 GMT
Syrians stuck at border: 'We have no future'
Thousands of Syrians have been lining up at the Iraqi crossing, hoping in vain to reach the other side of the Tigris.
Annabell Van den Berghe
Last updated: 19 May 2014 08:36 GMT
Relief supplies reach Syria's Aleppo
Aid agencies deliver aid after ceasefire for several hours was agreed by Syrian government forces and the opposition.
Last updated: 11 Apr 2014 20:43 GMT
Syria death toll rises from rebel infighting
More than 68 fighters dead, opposition group says, as rebels clash over territory for a second day.
Last updated: 11 Apr 2014 11:25 GMT
Syrian forces take two villages near Lebanon
The villages of Flita and Ras Maara have fallen to government forces, securing a major supply route for President Assad.
Last updated: 29 Mar 2014 12:33 GMT
UN says millions at risk in Sahel food crisis
UN says 20 million people face food insecurity in the region, with five million children suffering from malnutrition.
Last updated: 04 Feb 2014 16:31 GMT
Syrian peace talks on verge of collapse
Regime says it could leave Geneva after rebels demand it agrees to transitional government before direct talks begin.
Last updated: 24 Jan 2014 16:21 GMT
Jarba: Russia not holding on to Assad
Syrian opposition chief's remarks come as conflicting views of leader's future underline problems facing Geneva talks.
Last updated: 24 Jan 2014 03:45 GMT
Syria peace talks could drag on for months
Syria's information minister calls proposal for transitional government without Assad a "political delusion".
Last updated: 23 Jan 2014 22:54 GMT
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