There are now fears the country is on the brink of civil war ‘along ethnic lines’
Chemical weapons were used in Syria, UN weapons inspectors have said, and probably in several locations.
As people poured in to take their seats, a party atmosphere took hold
South Africans and people from around the world have began filling the FNB Stadium in Soweto, near Johannesburg, ahead of a massive memorial service for the country's former president, Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday, aged 95.
Submission was a condition of US-Russian agreement
The move means intervention in the conflict is unlikely in the near future
Regime’s formal offer to meet terms of weapons treaty could be undermined by alleged activities of ‘Unit 450’
Collective failure to prevent atrocities is a heavy burden, says Secretary-General, Ban Ki-moon
France is ready to join the United States in a retaliatory strike against Syria even though Britain has pulled out, President François Hollande said today.
Team was hampered in its ability to move around the area to carry out a thorough investigation
Two UN agencies report that child refugees risk being trafficked and sexually exploited
Manning leaked ‘to gain notoriety’
Meitur unit deployed along with infantry from other armored divisions
Fighters want more of their members added to exiled Syrian National Coalition
Britain can start arming Syrian rebels straight away but currently there are no plans to do so, Foreign Secretary William Hague said today.
UN officials insist inquiry 'has not reached conclusive findings'