An independent Syrian media activist has made a call on social media this week for the rest of the world to "stand with Aleppo"
Foreign ministers from the US, UK, Germany, Italy, Turkey, Saudi Arabia, UAE, Qatar and Jordan have met in Paris to discuss the situation in Aleppo as Russian diplomats and stakeholders gather in Swit
The Russian Defence Ministry, quoted by the Interfax news agency, says more than 20,000 civilians have left eastern Aleppo on Saturday. The Ministry also says more than 1,200 rebels opposed to Syrian
Before Syria's ruinous civil war struck Aleppo, the country's largest city was a busy commercial powerhouse and a proud historic center
Up to 10,500 Syrians have poured out of parts of war-torn eastern Aleppo in 24 hours, Moscow’s defence ministry said on Friday.
The Syrian army is tightening its siege on rebel-held parts of Aleppo.
The UN says hundreds of men from eastern Aleppo have reportedly gone missing after leaving rebel-held areas of the city and entering government territory.
It’s meant to be Europe’s answer to the United States Peace Corps.
Reports from Syria say a social worker known as the “Clown of Aleppo” who helped the besieged city’s children has been killed in an air strike.
Syrian government forces say they gained more ground in Aleppo on Thursday.
ISIL fighters claim to have captured two Turkish soldiers in northeren Syria.
An estimated 16,000 people have been displaced as a result of Syrian government advances on rebel-held districts of Aleppo.
Videos uploaded to social media websites purport to show thousands of residents from eastern Aleppo streaming into the Kurdish-controlled Sheikh Maqsoud district of the city after the Syrian Army and
As the Syrian government and its allies advance in eastern Aleppo, rescuers are warning of an “imminent humanitarian disaster.
Rebel-held territory in eastern Aleppo has been split in two after Syrian government forces captured the key district of al-Sakhour.
Thousands of civilians are fleeing the fighting between rebels and government forces in eastern Aleppo.
They are angry about a decision by the local authority to put the camp in the southern town of Harmanli under quarantine after reports of a possible outbreak of skin disease.
Bolivia’s government has declared a national emergency because of a water shortage as it suffers the worst drought in 25 years.
The truce announced by the Saudi-led coalition aims to end 20 months of fighting, in which more than 10,000 people have died.
In the month since an Iraqi forces-led operation began to liberate Mosul from so-called Islamic State (ISIL), more than 47,000 people have been displaced.
At least 50 people have been arrested on the Greek island of Chios after violence erupted at a migrant camp.
Yemen on the brink even if Thursday ceasefire holds
Russian planes have taken to the skies over Syria again after a 28-day pause targeting Islamic militant groups in Idlib and Homs.
A group of migrants who had marched for two days from the Serbian capital have been stopped on the border with Croatia.
People fleeing the fighting amid the military offensive to retake the Iraqi city of Mosul have continued to arrive at UN camps in the region.
Sitting on the floor of a community center courtyard with two dozen teens, global movie star, actor Liam Neeson listened attentively as young Syrian refugees – who may not have known of his fame – sha