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Syrian Observatory on Human Rights says dozens killed in attack
The acquisition is the last area in central Syria still beseiged by President Basha Al-Assad's troops, depriving rebels of a crucial highway between Hama and Homs.
Laboratory tests confirmed the presence of the toxic chemical
Missile strikes on several Syrian government military bases in northern Syria on Sunday night are reported to have killed a number of pro-government fighters, including Iranians.
Russia, Iran and Turkey have held talks and agreed that a political solution should be sought in Syria despite Western missile strikes.
Now a refugee in Belgium, Yahia Hakoum left Syria after protesting against Assad regime and allegedly being tortured in prison
Alaa, a civil society worker who has been in Damascus since the start of the conflict, weighs in on the impact of U.S. and Russian foreign intervention in Syria and the perception of civilians on the ground.
Over 40,000 rebels and their families have moved north to Idlib province
At least 70 people including children are known to have died in the attack on the rebel-held town of Douma near the capital Damascus
For the second successive day, thousands of rebel fighters and their families are leaving eastern Ghouta as part of a surrender deal with the government
The Syrian leader met government troops fighting the remaining rebel groups in eastern Ghouta
Assad visits troops in Ghouta as civilians flee the besieged region in their tens of thousands.
Syrian government tanks have advanced on Hammouriyeh. Whilst the regime pushes to reclaim the rebel held Ghouta enclave, the UN is calling for urgent civilian evacuations.
The advance comes as local authorities in the besieged rebel enclave described the situation as 'catastrophic'
As the Syrian war marks seven years on March 15 — a peaceful resolution is far from reach as the siege on Eastern Ghouta continues. Euronews speaks with Syrian refugees and asylum seekers in Europe on if they plan to return home.
The Damascus suburb is home to around 400, 000 people and has been subject to an extensive bombing campaign by forces loyal to President Assad.
The UK-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says pro-government forces have recaptured 10 percent of the embattled rebel enclave.
The Syrian Army advances in eastern Ghouta as international calls to respect the UN-agreed ceasefire continue
Euronews spoke to a local doctor and aid worker about the plight of civilians, and about their faith in prospects for desperately-needed relief.
Syria says it has written to the United Nations, demanding international condemnation
of the US bombing attack in a rare confrontation between two sides who fought against the Islamic State.