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Syria’s President al-Assad is claiming that Western countries have sent security officials to help his government covertly fight militants.
Russia’s defence ministry has said a “regime of calm” truce in Syria’s northern city of Aleppo has been extended by three days, according to the
The Syrian elections – “theatre through which the regime is trying to give itself a little legitimacy”. That’s one view from the main oppostion body
In the shadow of war, Syria's embattled president goes ahead with elections in defiance of opponents who seek to oust him. With voting held in only government-controlled areas the vote is set to retur
State-controlled areas of Syria are voting on Wednesday in parliamentary elections boycotted by the opposition. The polls are seen as a sham by the
On Monday, Russia surprised the international community with the announcement that it is to begin the partial withdrawal of its troops from Syria
The old city of Homs in Syria is devastated after years of war. Few buildings remain intact and even fewer of the inhabitants are still living there
The leader of powerful rebel group Jaysh al Islam has been killed in strikes in a suburb east of Damascus. The death of founder Zahroun Alloush and
The United Nations Security Council has unanimously voted to adopt a resolution for the Syrian peace process. According to the text, the UN now has
Russia is arousing international speculation over its intentions toward Syria’s President Bashar al-Assad. On Tuesday, RIA news agency quoted a
Syrian President Bashar al-Assad has spoken out for the first time about Europe’s refugee crisis. In an interview with Russian media, he blamed