Thousands of Syrians displaced by the battle for the once-lush suburbs of Damascus now find themselves in a crowded settlement, where for the first time in recent memory they have enough to eat.
Syria denies using chemical weapons in Ghouta: Analysts say toxic attack might have been tactic to finally defeat rebel group
Syria's regime has denied dropping toxic weapons on Eastern Ghouta, but analysts say they could have been used as a tactic to finally reconquer the last rebel enclave outside Damascus.
Syria state TV said on Monday the United States was suspected of striking an air base hours after US president Donald Trump warned of a "big price to pay".
Syria chemical attack: Iran smells Western conspiracy, says allegations against regime are pretext for military action
Iran on Sunday condemned allegations of a chemical attack on Syrias Eastern Ghouta rebel holdout as a "conspiracy" against its ally President Bashar al-Assad
The Syrian Army declared victory in eastern Ghouta Saturday after opposition fighters evacuated from most of the area near the capital except for the town of Douma.
Heavy air strikes and shelling killed 29 civilians in the main town of Syria's rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta outside Damascus today
15 children, 2 women killed as air strike hits school in Syria's Ghouta; human rights group suspects Russian involvement
An air strike on a school in Syria's Eastern Ghouta late on Monday killed 15 children and two women who were using its basement as a bomb shelter, a monitor said
Syria unrest: Over 11,000 people have left besieged eastern Ghouta near capital Damascus, says Russian military
Russia's military says more than 11,000 people have left Syria's besieged eastern Ghouta outside the capital Damascus in the past few hours
Death toll reaches 800 in Syria's Ghouta as air strikes, clashes continue; France, Britain call for emergency UNSC meeting
Heavy air strikes and clashes shook the Syrian rebel enclave of Eastern Ghouta, as France and Britain called for an emergency UN Security Council meeting.
Syria’s war-torn Ghouta receives first aid, but government confiscates medical supplies even as death toll crosses 700
Aid convoys reached a crossing point into Syria’s eastern Ghouta on Monday, a witness said, bringing the first relief to the besieged enclave since one of the deadliest government assaults of the seven-year war began two weeks ago.
Around 600 civilians have been killed in the Syrian military's offensive to recapture the region adjacent to the capital, Damascus
Syria unrest: Army, allied forces capture over third of rebel enclave in Eastern Ghouta, says war monitor
Syrian Army and its allies have captured more than a third of the rebel enclave in eastern Ghouta near Damascus since starting a ground offensive there a week ago
Syrian regime air strikes on the besieged rebel stronghold of Eastern Ghouta near Damascus killed more than 30 civilians including children
A Syrian monitoring group and paramedics say that despite the UN cease-fire resolution, new bombardment of the rebel-held suburbs east of Damascus killed 10 people as airstrikes and bombing resumed.
After Emmanuel Macron threatens military strikes, Syria denies possessing 'unacceptable' chemical weapons
The Syrian government on Wednesday denied it possessed chemical weapons and branded the use of such arms "immoral and unacceptable".
Syria conducts air strikes on rebel-held enclave in Damascus, kills 70 civilians, including 18 children
Fresh regime strikes on a besieged rebel-held enclave near Damascus killed close to 70 civilians on Tuesday despite mounting Western pressure on Syrian president Bashar al-Assad
Syria chemical weapon attack kills 70: A brief history of Bashar al-Assad and his war on his own citizens
If confirmed, it would be one of the worst chemical attacks since Syria's civil war began six years ago. It was the third claim of a chemical attack in just over a week in Syria.
Efforts to evacuate the last rebel-held areas of Syria's Aleppo were underway on Thursday, with opposition fighters and civilians preparing to leave the city after years of fighting.
The Britain-based monitoring group said the firings came after residents took part in angry demonstrations over the deadly October 1 attack at a school that killed 48 children, most of them under the age of 12, and four adults.
US-led warplanes have intensified air strikes against IS, which has been attacking Kobane for three weeks, but the Pentagon has said that there are limits to what can be done without troops on the ground.