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Middle East

Amnesty calls US coalition to probe deaths in Syria's Raqqa

Amnesty International urges the US-led coalition to dig deeper into the report of civilian deaths in the 2017 campaign.

Amnesty calls US coalition to probe deaths in Syria's Raqqa

Syria's War

Syrian scientist killed in apparent car-bomb attack

Director of Syrian research facility Aziz Asber died after his car was blown up in Masyaf near Hama.

Syrian scientist killed in apparent car-bomb attack

Russia

Russia confirms Syrian refugee proposal sent to United States

In a letter, Moscow said it was ready to discuss with Damascus safety guarantees for refugees stranded at Rukban.

Russia confirms Syrian refugee proposal sent to United States

Jordan

Jordan army says several ISIL fighters killed in border clashes

Jordan's military says it was warding off ISIL fighters after they were chased by Syrian troops.

Jordan army says several ISIL fighters killed in border clashes

Syria's War

Russia: Iran-backed forces withdraw from Golan frontier

Israel deems such a pullback to be insufficient as it insists forces controlled by Iran should leave Syria entirely.

Russia: Iran-backed forces withdraw from Golan frontier

Opinion

Russia's endgame in Syria: Iran for Ukraine?

Russia wants to use the gains it made in Syria as a bargaining chip with the US on Ukraine and the economic sanctions.

Marwan Kabalan

by Marwan Kabalan

Marwan Kabalan

Syria's War

Syria talks led by Russia, Iran and Turkey revived in Sochi

Meetings in Black Sea resort city held within the framework of Astana diplomatic track also attended by UN officials.

Syria talks led by Russia, Iran and Turkey revived in Sochi

Syria's War

Syria's Kurds hope for 'new state and system' via Assad talks

SDC's Riad Darar speaks with Al Jazeera about prospects of creating a 'decentralised' state alongside Syrian government.

Syria's Kurds hope for 'new state and system' via Assad talks

Syria's War

US-backed Syrian Kurds agree to 'roadmap' with Assad government

Controlling more than one-quarter of Syria, SDF agrees to work with the regime towards a 'decentralised Syria'.

US-backed Syrian Kurds agree to 'roadmap' with Assad government

Inside Story

Is ISIL still a threat to the Syrian government?

ISIL fighters killed over 240 people on Wednesday, raising the question how much ISIL threatens the Syrian government.

Syria's War

Syria: Kurdish delegation in Damascus for talks with government

US-backed Kurdish forces, which control more than a quarter of Syrian territory, will likely push for regional autonomy.

Syria: Kurdish delegation in Damascus for talks with government

Syrian Refugees

Life goes on the Syrian way in Istanbul's 'Damascus Bazaar'

Syrians fleeing the war in their country have found a new home in the heart of Turkey's biggest city.

Life goes on the Syrian way in Istanbul's 'Damascus Bazaar'

Middle East

Syria's war: Families receive death certificates for relatives

Thousands of death certificates are being issued for Syrians detained by Assad's regime during the uprising, but their families fear the certificates are merely covering up crimes against humanity.

Syria's War

Hundreds killed in ISIL attacks in southwest Syria

Health authority says up to 215 killed in attacks as government forces seek to wrest territory from rebels in the south.

Opinion

Remembering May Scaff, the icon of the Syrian revolution

For Syrian artist May Scaff, the struggle against the Assad regime and Israel were the same struggle

Budour Hassan

by Budour Hassan

Budour Hassan