US State Department official asked repeatedly about why the US supports Saudi-led air strikes which have killed civilians in Sanaa, but has cut off talks with Russia over continued shelling of Syrian rebels in Aleppo
Heavy bombing restarts in besieged rebel-held neighbourhoods as Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson tells MPs Russia’s actions in Syria amount to ‘war crimes’
Nato veteran Sir Richard Shirreff says UK forces should be prepared to 'fight alongside' Syrians
The heartbreaking footage was captured in the rebel-held town of Talbisah the same night strikes killed two people in the area
The volunteers of the rescue and first responder service estimate they have saved at least 40,000 lives in Syria’s bloody civil war
Residents remain sceptical that air strikes will cease, but the promised respite from bombs has turned attention to east Aleppo’s secondary problem of rapidly diminishing food stores and medical supplies
Emam Muhammad died of her injuries after picking up unexploded ordinance she thought was a ball in war-torn east Aleppo
Meanwhile, US Secretary of State, John Kerry, says Washington will not be 'abandoning the pursuit of peace'
Bombardment causing a ‘bloodbath’ says Medecins Sans Frontieres
US Secretary of State’s ultimatum comes after six days of intense Russian-backed Syrian military strikes which activists say have killed 500 civilians
Regime tries to present life in government held areas of the war-torn city as safe and glamorous
British authorities comply with complaint filed by the Syrian government, leaving prominent campaigner unable to travel
Video purportedly shows supposed American allies of the Free Syrian Army chanting: 'We're going to slaughter you'
Chief amongst the offenders was Bashar Al-Assad of the Syrian government
Cessation of hostilities agreement brokered by US and Russia hailed as 'best chance of real ceasefire since the beginning of the war'
Regime captured the Damascus suburb last month after a ruthless four-year campaign