The paediatric hospital in the Syrian city has been hit twice by strikes in 12 hours
Isis will gain from the anti-American mood post-coup because the Government – and much of the population – are convinced that the US was implicated in the attempt
The airstrikes at dawn on Tuesday pulverised entire families, including young children -- families that were fleeing Islamic State militants but were instead mistaken for being those very fighters. Depending on whom you ask, the number of bodies found in the rubble is 56, 85, 160 or 212. Pictures of the mangled bodies, covered in dust, are a testament to the carnage.
Pictures emerge after five years of a civil war that has left hundreds of thousands dead and seen millions forced to flee their homes
Further footage apears to show rebel fighters bragging about capturing the young boy
The UK hosts 169,000 refugees - less than one per cent of the world's total
Disaffected young Muslims in Nice insist they share nothing in common with Lahouaiej Bouhlel but they rail against the humiliations they regularly endure because of their religion
Loss of Castello road is “death sentence” for Aleppo's 300,000 residents as medicine and foods run low, doctors warn
US President voices his support for the 'democratically-elected' government of Turkey
At some point, we in the West are going to have to learn that if we intervene militarily in Mali or Iraq or Libya or Syria or interfere in Turkey, or Egypt, or the Gulf, or the Maghreb – then we will not be safe 'at home'
Hillary Clinton’s expected choice as Defence Secretary has just published a report on Syria which which makes for worrying reading. Its tactics would increase the likelihood of attacks like the one in Nice this week
US reporter and French photographer Remi Ochlik died in an air strike in Homs in 2012
Only now, some three months after the Russian-aided Syrian army retook Palmyra, are the full horrors of the Isis regime coming to light. But, as Robert Fisk writes, the ongoing battle to banish Isis means there is no end to the atrocities in sight
Colvin and French photographer Remi Ochlik died in the besieged Syrian city of Homs in 2012
Russia confirms downing and says both pilots killed
As an interpreter for Isis in Syria, Jan Mahmoud Yahya witnessed first-hand the horror of the caliphate’s regime. Now an inmate in the notorious Mezze prison in Damascus, he tells Robert Fisk of jihad and the absurdity of war